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BPD Remote oil cooler setup

Has anyone bought the BPD remote oil cooler setup? is it worth the money? mine is due for a new oil cooler and I am considering it.. Have any of ya'll put one on your truck?

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Curious as well. I'm looking into the BPD kit as well as the Empire kit, Liberator kit, and also the IPR upgraded oil cooler. Any input would be great.

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Curious as well. I'm looking into the BPD kit as well as the Empire kit, Liberator kit, and also the IPR upgraded oil cooler. Any input would be great.
In never heard of the Empire kit. The IPR looks interesting, has anyone used it?

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The IPR kit is on permanent backorder. It also doesn't exchange heat as well due to the higher coolant flow.

I know people that have gotten the liberator kit and exchanged it for the BPD kit. I've never seen or heard of the Empire kit.

There are several here running the BPD kit (me included) and love it. It performs very well. No problems at all. It's also backed by a great company that does the R&D on their products before putting them on the market. I recommend it highly.

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Put me down as someone else that has installed the BPD system, with the cold weather package. I absolutely LOVE it. No more worrying about my oil temps, when my oil cooler is going to plug up or possibly explode.
Absolutely worth the price. I don't know of a single person that has this system that says it is overpriced. Once you get it in your possession, open the boxes and spread it all out and REALLY look at it, you quickly realize you made the right decision buying it. Very impressive looking.


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I would agree with the other responses. Add me to the list of folks who think it is totally worth it. Not only does it look impressive, but it does exactly what it says it does! I went through 4 EGR coolers and 1 oil cooler in 100k miles. It seemed that each summer, I was blowing an EGR cooler while towing my trailer. Since then I replaced both the oil cooler and EGR cooler with the BPD components and haven't looked back! That's been over a year and a half (and two summer's worth) of heavy towing (20k lbs GCVW) in the hot Arizona desert.

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I would agree with the other responses. Add me to the list of folks who think it is totally worth it. Not only does it look impressive, but it does exactly what it says it does! I went through 4 EGR coolers and 1 oil cooler in 100k miles. It seemed that each summer, I was blowing an EGR cooler while towing my trailer. Since then I replaced both the oil cooler and EGR cooler with the BPD components and haven't looked back! That's been over a year and a half (and two summer's worth) of heavy towing (20k lbs GCVW) in the hot Arizona desert.
Intersting, gotta start eating Ramon to save up!

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