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post #21 of 22 Old 12-06-12, 16:39
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Originally Posted by casacrow View Post
In your opinion is a full on rad type oil cooler required, or can we get away with the bolt on heat exchanger replacement type that JHS offers?
T3 will be launching an oil cooler for the 06 to 012 bikes shortly at about 400.00, I hope that helps.
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post #22 of 22 Old 12-09-12, 13:45
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We now have in stock the H2O oil cooler for the 06/12 Daytona's. This was made specially for us. Not the cheapest but certainly the best solution when it comes to removing the heat exchanger and a must for any race engine. This cooler will not go bang! and will help keep the oil temp down which means better lubrication and a cooler engine means better power.
We are offering members on here a discount price of 850.00 shipped till the end of Dec 2012.
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