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Old 05-19-2012, 04:38 PM
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IPR external Oil Cooler Kit youtube temp spread

I posted a video up of the external oil kit you can see the EOT/ECT temp spreads. This is video was filmed without a load on the truck, 35" offroad tires hwy cruising as well as a hill climb sustaining speeds of 65-70MPH. You will also see that the EOT would sometimes drop a few degrees below the ECT proving that mounting the OEM oil cooler externally does help with bring the temps down quicker.

Note that the boost will be higher at around 15+psi while climbing the grade.

As a testament on how well this setup works, you will see that the EOT/ECT temp spread would stay around 1-4 degrees most of the time. Only for a few seconds you'll see that temp spread has reached 7-11 degrees apart. You will also notice that the EOT would drop as much as -5 degrees under the ECT, I've never seen that before on the OEM OC mounted in the stock location.

I will be posting another video of the truck pulling a 25ft boat up a grade soon.

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I made another break through during testing yesterday. I was able to add an additional component "mostly plumbing" to the kit and was able to cool the EOT down from +30 degrees over ECT to -20 degree below ECT within about 2 minutes when I activated my test subject. I was able to continuously drive with EOT temp below ECT 10-15 degree constant.

I made several videos to post on you tube of the ECT/EOT delta spread while towing but have not had the time to post it on you tube for everyone to see.
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Looks pretty good Vince. Can't wait to see the numbers towing.
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Looks pretty good Vince. Can't wait to see the numbers towing.
When you say pretty good, can you elaborate good as in same as the OEM OC temp spread or better performance?
Considering the speed and load the vehicle is traveling what are the normal readings you've seen in a OEM OC compared to the IPR External Oil Cooler Kit?
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Here's the towing video. You'll see mostly 1-2 degree difference and at time 9-11. You will also see EOT temps colder than ECT by 1-8 degrees. Yes up to -8 degrees cooler than ECT, not a typo!!!!

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I made another break through during testing yesterday. I was able to add an additional component "mostly plumbing" to the kit and was able to cool the EOT down from +30 degrees over ECT to -20 degree below ECT within about 2 minutes when I activated my test subject. I was able to continuously drive with EOT temp below ECT 10-15 degree constant.

I made several videos to post on you tube of the ECT/EOT delta spread while towing but have not had the time to post it on you tube for everyone to see.
care to elaborate on the extra component?
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I see that you have an external oil cooler kit. Does this kit come with the hi flow oil cooler ? if not, can it ?
Also, will this kit work if you have the HPOD system in place ?

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This kit comes with a OEM oil cooler, it work better than the high flow oil cooler.
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