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If you are that concerned about it and have the money then by all means get the BPD kit. It is very expensive but is well worth it IMO and a VERY high quality kit that will give you the peace of mind you are looking for. Nevertheless, as long you just replace the oil cooler, flush out the coolant per the procedure (search for it or ask for it on here), use a good ELC coolant, and install a coolant filter; you should be good to go and WAY less likely to have your new oil cooler clog. I would stay away from the IPR research one as I believe I have heard that it has a lower cooling capacity than the stock one. Not for sure on that so check it out to be safe. Eitherway while it does have larger channels it is only less like to clog vice not going to clog. I say if you are going to go aftermarket get the BPD or stay OEM. JMO.
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