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Does anybody make an oil cooler . I really need one after Sundays race. Engine is getting too hot .

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I've never heard of a cooler for a XX but I'm sure these guys http://www.thinkauto.com/ can make up something for you.

IMO you really need to address why you are running hot, an oil cooler only treats the symptom not the core issue.
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I've never heard of a cooler for a XX but I'm sure these guys http://www.thinkauto.com/ can make up something for you.

IMO you really need to address why you are running hot, an oil cooler only treats the symptom not the core issue.
I'll write everything down and post it . It confused me because one problem seemed too lean and another seemed too rich. Had a rough day on Sunday blinding dust and really tight woods sections . Gunna have check rear end to see if anything is bent. Me and the xx had a bad day !

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I wonder if there is a way to manually switch the fan on. It would be nice to be able to hit a switch when you are racing and know that the fan is on cooling the fluids. You could mount it on the handle bars. Maybe?

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Perhaps if someone would built a radiator that also includes an oil cooler like our cars have but it's for the transmission fluid. Basically the oil would go thru the radiator prior of going back into the engine.

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I was thinking about a PWR radiator and saw that added oil cooler as an option.
http://www.jokersracing.com/content-...iator_pwr.html

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Adding an oil cooler will not lower engine temperatures. As OZLinc mentioned you should fix the overheating problem first. Are you running the full air deflector on the front of the XX?

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Adding an oil cooler will not lower engine temperatures. As OZLinc mentioned you should fix the overheating problem first. Are you running the full air deflector on the front of the XX?
Where's OZLinc post. Do not see why it wouldn't lower the oil temperature, basically does the same function as a transmission cooler or even a turbo cooler,
cool air = cooler oil

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It will lower the oil temperature but it will not lower the engine temp. To be specific, the engine temp may lower by 1-3 degrees from cooling the oil but you will still have an over heated water circulating in the engine breaking down the oil.

Baxter - How do you know the engine is running hot?

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