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Found 8 results

  1. Baxter58

    Twin Air oil cooler

    I'm building a 2014 CRF250R into a XC bike setup and bought a Twin Air oil cooler of Ebay with no instructions. I was wondering if anybody knew how much oil to add extra after fitting it ? Thanks in advance.
  2. condershire

    Sutton Cycle Works Oil Cooler

    2 reviews

    DESCRIPTION In case of damage to your oil cooler, you can easily make a repair and continue your ride. Includes: A stainless steel, barbed "U" bend tube, two end caps to keep junk from getting lodged in the tube while it is bouncing around in your tool bag, two American-made stainless steel hose clamps. The clamps are slightly smaller than the black ones supplied with the kit. They fit the oil line and are able to clamp down to 1/4 inch so you can use them for other repairs, like fuel lines, etc. Comes in a 4 mil plastic zip-lock so you can keep the kit in your tool bag or pocket.
  3. ThumperTalk

    Twin Air Oil Cooler

    1 review

    Ride cooler - as much as 17 degrees C or cooler Championship field-proven performance tested by Team Kawasaki in the 2009 FIM Motocross MX1 Championship By circulating the oil up and down multiple times simultaneously, flow speed is controlled and heat exchange is maximized Better aerodynamics. The airflow follows the surface of a round pipe better than small flat blades Pipes are gapped to minimize mud/sand build-up Installs at the base of the radiator where the water and surrounding air temps are lowest Aluminum mounting panels are customized to each bike model Maintenance-free
  4. Captn Kirk

    Perma-Cool Oil Cooler

    1 review

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION The ideal operating range for the engine is between 180°F and 200°F. While operating within this range, the oil works as a lubricant, coolant and cleansing agent for the engine. Modern engines generally run with radiator coolant temperatures between 200°F and 220°F with oil temperature ranges between 20°F to 75°F HOTTER. In other words, when the engine is performing flawlessly the engine oil is already over-heating! Oil that exceeds 220°F rapidly loses its ability to lubricate and cool causing accelerated fatigue and premature component failure. Perma-Cool® Engine Oil Cooler coils are engineered for maximum cooling efficiency with no restriction in oil flow. Because different engines have varying oil flow requirements, Perma-Cool® rates Engine Oil Coolers by engine horsepower and oil flow rates.This results in cooler coil and engine oil flow rates that match closely. Perma-Cool® Engine Oil Coolers can reduce the oil temperature to between 180°F to 200°F and keep it there. Benefits are longer engine life, reduced heat load on engine and radiator, increased oil system capacity, lower under hood temperatures, and more. If you spend any time in stop and go traffic, do ANY kind of towing, drive in a hot climate or frequent use your air conditioning your engine NEEDS a Perma-Cool® Oil Cooler. If you have a recreational vehicle or any type of performance vehicle your engine demands a Perma-Cool® Oil Cooler.
  5. condershire

    Honda XR650L (2012)

    0 comments

    The bike sells itself, nothing more need be said...
  6. brianhare

    Honda XR650L (2001)

    0 comments

    The bike is under powered,but can be improved upon by engine mofifications....a Kehin FCR MX definately wakes up the performance..
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