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Old 05-26-2021, 09:07 AM   #57
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How much of a PITA are they to install? The Perrin cooler looks easy, just have to get the bumper off.
More of a pain as it replaces the oem radiator. So you need to drain coolant, and remove old rad and put new one in. Advantage is you don't have an additional rad in the stack.

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How much of a PITA are they to install? The Perrin cooler looks easy, just have to get the bumper off.
You will need to probably make a custom bracket to hold the front oil cooler. You can not put it directly in front of the LTR (low temp radiator) or it will increase coolant temps. Search for it on this forum some guy posted the best spot to mount them to avoid hurting the LTR with the Edelbrock supercharger.
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More of a pain as it replaces the oem radiator. So you need to drain coolant, and remove old rad and put new one in. Advantage is you don't have an additional rad in the stack.

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You will need to probably make a custom bracket to hold the front oil cooler. You can not put it directly in front of the LTR (low temp radiator) or it will increase coolant temps. Search for it on this forum some guy posted the best spot to mount them to avoid hurting the LTR with the Edelbrock supercharger.
Okay, thanks a lot. I do not track but I intend on taking it up into the mountains on backroads. Iíll just have to research more and get it done.
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Okay, thanks a lot. I do not track but I intend on taking it up into the mountains on backroads. Iíll just have to research more and get it done.
100% will want an oil cooler.
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