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Old 11-16-2011, 10:12 PM
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ok i have seen two one by bullet proof and the other by inovation so now the question is has any one bought, used, seen, touched one and what do you have to say about it
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Innovative Diesel Performance not inovation
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The Bulletproof oil cooler gets great reviews all the time!

I'm curious though, has anyone used the Innovative oil cooler? Is it any good? It doesn't look like it has a thermostat, so maybe it wouldn't be good in cold climates...
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Innovative resells the Liberator oil cooler kit. I know someone who installed it and ended up later having to replace it with the BulletProof kit because the Liberator kit couldn't keep his oil cool while towing and it was causing issues with the AC. Based on his experience, you would be wise to steer clear.

PS. I have to mention that I have the BulletProof oil cooler kit and I put it through it's paces towing a heavy 5th wheel in the Arizona summer time and the BPD kit just plain works! No AC issues, no oil overheating and most importantly, NO CLOGGING!
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We are working on a system (that is actually in testing phase) that will utilize the OEM Oil Filter Housing and relocate the Oil Cooler, it is not going to require a core like the Liberator Kit. Basically, a HYBRID of sorts, the clean look like the BPD but the functionality of the Liberator by being able to use your stock Oil Filter. Simply replace your oil cooler housing with ours and bolt on your sensors and such and continue on with life.

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Old 11-17-2011, 05:40 AM
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Is the filter going to be basically in the same location? I'd like someone to fab up a dual OEM remote filter setup using the filter housings off the diesel vans.

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Like Shawn, I LOVE my BPD oil cooler. The fit and function of the parts is top notch . Better to do it right once, than do it again the way you know it should be done
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We are working on a system (that is actually in testing phase) that will utilize the OEM Oil Filter Housing and relocate the Oil Cooler, it is not going to require a core like the Liberator Kit. Basically, a HYBRID of sorts, the clean look like the BPD but the functionality of the Liberator by being able to use your stock Oil Filter. Simply replace your oil cooler housing with ours and bolt on your sensors and such and continue on with life.
Do you have a ballpark time frame for when this will hit the market?
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Old 11-17-2011, 09:26 AM
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We are working on a system (that is actually in testing phase) that will utilize the OEM Oil Filter Housing and relocate the Oil Cooler, it is not going to require a core like the Liberator Kit. Basically, a HYBRID of sorts, the clean look like the BPD but the functionality of the Liberator by being able to use your stock Oil Filter. Simply replace your oil cooler housing with ours and bolt on your sensors and such and continue on with life.
That's great but will your system eliminate the weak POS plastic screen beneath the oil cooler?
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