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My DIY Oil Cooler Install (a few pics)

Seeing as how I am not made of money, I decided to see if I could beat the Ford price on an Air/Oil Cooler.

Here is my story....

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This is the heart, a Setrab 925 oil cooler. Price, $387.08 and $77.77 for the Setrab fittings including shipping

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This is 20ft. of Jeg's -10an Pushloc hose. In my case it was about 8-10 ft. too much. Price, $67.99, free shipping.

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Jeg's -10an Pushloc fittings, $35.98, free shipping

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Oil Cooler Sandwich Adapter from CXRacing.com , $49.49
 
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Exp. Type
HPDE
Exp. Level
3-5 Years
Texas
Jimmy, that's a helpful write up. My 'winter' project is trying to Texas proof the car for next summer. So trying to figure out radiator + oil cooler + sensors + ducting now. I have the FRPP Off-road bumper sitting on the shelf. After I got it I decided not to put it on b/c I didn't really see any weight savings (and I'm going to put the tow loop somewhere else). But maybe I'll need to use it to provide some extra clearance. Your install looks very clean!
Thx. May be in touch!
 

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