Oil cooler for '00 650L?

XR guys,

Who makes a good bolt on kit for the L pig? Does anyone have a hose routing diagram for a remote cooler? I may fabricate my own using a high quality trans cooler. Does anyone have pictures of oil coolers fitted to their bikes?

DBM

SRC used to make one, it may even still be listed on their website, but it is no longer available. A lot of people have adapted transmission coolers or coolers from other bikes (the xr400 cooler seems to be the favorite) the hardest parts from what i have read is welding on some type of mounting nuts and finding all the appropriate plumbing pieces for the lines. There is a thread on the "other" site Here that has a really good writeup about it.

XR guys,

Who makes a good bolt on kit for the L pig? Does anyone have a hose routing diagram for a remote cooler? I may fabricate my own using a high quality trans cooler. Does anyone have pictures of oil coolers fitted to their bikes?

DBM[/quote

Do a search on Jagg oil coolers. They make them for a variety of bikes.

To my knowledge, no-one makes a "kit"; usable coolers yes, but no bolt on kits. I would be interested if anyone digs something up though.

Thankx for the help fellas

Has anyone ever installed a remote cooler on the frame or somewhere other than the 400/250 location?

DBM

Did you paint your clarke tank or did it come red?

rmhrc630, has the best setup I have seen for an oil cooler yet!

Can we get more pics of how the oil lines are routed please?

Thanx,

Basciallly they cross over at the back of the headlight.

One runs all the way down the bottom of the right hand side near pulse generator.

The other screws into the bottom of the oil tank.

I am just hard headed, Ineed visuals to set me straight. LOL!

I think this ios the same one I bltyed to my 1996 650L 3 years ago...pics are shown. Call SDRC, my bet is they can help. I was told once that their cooler is the exact same one that came stock on an XR400.

http://www.srcinc.net/html/cooler.html

guys, i am in the process off doing a oil cooler also. over at 4strokes several have put a ebay cooler ,power steering type , small enough to get into the space vertically on the right side between the tank flare and the center frame. this will be right over where you can tie to oil line. some guys don't hard pipe it ,just add flex hose and clamps. from what i read no real pressure. i have the cooler,found the space , now i have to get the confindence to cut that pipe. hope this helps.

I think this ios the same one I bltyed to my 1996 650L 3 years ago...pics are shown. Call SDRC, my bet is they can help. I was told once that their cooler is the exact same one that came stock on an XR400.

http://www.srcinc.net/html/cooler.html

Yes, the SRC kit used the XR400 cooler but they no longer offer the kit to mount it up.

thats a wicked oil cooler design thats alot nicer then the 400r style.

I was thinking of using one off a atv and doing the same mount as what you did,you can pick them up super cheap on ebay..

catch ya later

I am going to go with earl's oil cooler and some an- lines and fittings, the cooler is:

Overall Height (in): 3.000 in.

Overall Width (in): 8.250 in.

Overall Thickness (in): 2.000 in.

Cooler Construction: Plate

Cooler Material: Aluminum

Inlet Size: -6 AN

Inlet Attachment: Male threads

Outlet Size: -6 AN

Outlet Attachment: Male threads

Number of Cooling Rows: 10

Core Height (in): 3.000 in.

Core Width (in): 4.000 in.

Core Thickness (in): 2.000 in.

Cooler Finish: Natural

EarlOilCooler.jpg

By the way how much extra oil is in the system now with the cooler installed?

guys, i am in the process off doing a oil cooler also. over at 4strokes several have put a ebay cooler ,power steering type , small enough to get into the space vertically on the right side between the tank flare and the center frame. this will be right over where you can tie to oil line. some guys don't hard pipe it ,just add flex hose and clamps. from what i read no real pressure. i have the cooler,found the space , now i have to get the confindence to cut that pipe. hope this helps.

I wouldnt want to get caught by the 4Jokes admin that you are advertising:eek: Might get banned!:cheers::p

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