I run one and monitor oil temps with a gauge in the pan. I see temps up to 250
range routinely. But I run in Texas. I find when we race in November and
February I have to block air flow to the cooler to get any heat in the oil.
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> On Feb 8, 2016, at 11:50 AM, Joe Alexander <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> We had a hard time getting the oil temps up.
> And when the line developed a leak, we took it off several years ago.
> We don't typically see 90 degrees, however.
> With the Larry Young cam, the engine does not see 6,000 RPM very often,
> Joe Alexander
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> Jesup, IA 50648
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>> On Feb 8, 2016, at 11:42 AM, Steven Belfer <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Do you run an oil cooler on your racing Triumph?
>> Iâ??m having a tough time getting access to the hoses on the oil cooler
>> adapter plate, itâ??s such a tight fit and I forgot to attach them before
>> installing the engine.
>> Itâ??s a huge pain to take off the oil filter plate with the motor installed!
>> Wondering if the oil cooler is even necessary. I race in California where it
>> is over 90 degrees some of the time.
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