Hello Everyone I am adding the Setrab oil cooler in a 2017 GT350 and have a couple of options as to connecting and running the oil cooling lines. I would really appreciate comments as to what the “better” approach might be in regards to minimizing potential failures or leaks. There are basically two approaches that I see. The first has two variations. Option 1 Use the stock factory oil filter adapter that is mounted on the engine block and then two possibilities exist: a) cut the factory hose and splice in AN12 hose to the cooler and back b) remove the factory hose completely and tap the two ports right at the filter adapter for AN12 fittings (or the max size that would safely work) I have this place that makes hydraulic hose for farm tractors and such just down the street, they also pressure test. They have every type of ends (mainly crimp on) you could imagine. I also have a machine shop that can handle the taping of the factory oil filter adapter professionally. Advantages: - factory oil filter (I still have the spin on filter – pre Jan 2017 – could swap out the whole oil filter adapter though for the newer canister type while I am at it. - factory oil pressure sensor location / no wiring changes or mods - factory look- use black hose and fittings - only 4 points of possible failure or leaks, 2 fittings at the filter housing and 2 fittings at the cooler - the option of splicing into the factory hose would of course be a larger risk of failure or leaks then taping the factory oil filter adapter. Option 2 Use the Ford Performance Remote Filter Adapter - M-6881-M50A – which replaces the factory oil filter adapter completely and just has 2 AN12 ports. Would need to an after market remote oil filter mount and 3 AN12 lines – 6 AN12 fittings. Advantages: - Complete flexibility – i.e.. add an Accusump Accumulator later - Use a Fram Racing oil filter – lots of options Disadvantages: - Need to remount the factory oil pressure sensor - Need to find room for a remote spin on filter – not much there – changing the oil filter could be a pain - 6 AN fittings - more exposure to failure or leaks - Added cost FP filter adapter - $173 + $150-200 remote filter mount with port for sensor - State safety inspection would see the changes instantly Would appreciate comments or info on what others have done when adding an oil cooler. Thanks!