[200q20v] FW: [s-cars] 2Bennett 3B oil cooler upgrade
jbeer at boosecasey.com
Mon Apr 23 10:06:29 EDT 2001
Thanks Teddy. First I'll try to give it some airflow by rotating it about 45
degrees as long as it doesn't hang down too low. Will try ducting after
that. If I use a fan, blow through or draw through?
From: Theodore Chen [mailto:tedebearp at yahoo.com]
--- "Beer, Jerald" <gsfent at prodigy.net> wrote:
> I recently installed the 2Bennett upgrade. Big Motul oil cooler about 3-4
> times the size of the original.
FYI, that's most likely a motec oil cooler, not motul.
> It goes closer to the front of the car,
> facing up and down. Some of the factory ducting is removed.
> Well, I tracked the car last week. South Florida, high 80's, medium high
> humidity. The oil cooler was absolutely no help. Oil temps hit about 150C,
> no better than the original cooler. Fenders are vented. I suspect the face
> up/down configuration has something to do with it. No air is flowing over
> the oil cooler.
yeah, sounds like you're not getting airflow. if this is an S4, which
way are they expecting the air to flow? i suspect they expect it to go
through the front ducts and out the bottom of the car through the oil
cooler. however, the pressure under the car may be higher than they're
expecting it to be, which means there won't be much air flow. one
thing that might help would be an airdam placed in front of the oil cooler.
try getting an airdam from a ford ranger or chevy S10 - they're pretty
wide, and you can get them for $6 at the junkyard (or $70 for a new one
from the dealer).
you may also need to put a small fan on the oil cooler to help force
air through it.
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