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post #1 of 19 Old 08-11-2010, 02:59 PM Thread Starter
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oil cooler

anyone ever use one of these, http://www.jokersracing.com/content-...iator_pwr.html

i dont plan on geting it anytime soon but may after the big 3. really was wondering bout the oil cooler though. seems like a good thing to get for the motor. opinions?
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My bike seems to run cooler after the big three? So I don't think I am in the need for a $450 radiator.
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Like Red-N-Black said, after adjusting your fuel/air ratio you will run less lean and also less hot.

My fan runs a lot less with the big three.



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yea, i doubt im gng to get it just wondering if anyone else had it. i figured it would run cooler with the big 3. man i cant wait to get that put on.

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I have not heard my rad fan come on since adding the big 3. She runs a lot cooler now and you right leg will sure thank you

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ha ha yea i hope so. it gets pretty damn hot with the stock on, but i still get the glow at night right! bc thats just too cooool lol
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Oh yeah mine still glows at night! I go night riding every friday night(weather permitting). And i can say it still gets hot right from the motor threw the first bend in the header. I honestly don't hardly even notice it feeling hot anymore. When i was stock just letting it idle the whole right side of my bike would get super hot even the seat!
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whew, ive got the big 3 as well and i cant wear shorts while ridding, especially this time of year. Cant imagine how hot it gets when stock/runnin lean...

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Would be nice to have a "stock" setting for the EHS programmer, that way I could keep the stocker cooler and quit running lean all the time .

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$700?!!? They can keep it! I have the big 3 now but haven't had a chance to ride yet. I hope you guys are right about being cooler after the big 3. I never had cooling problems before though.


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