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Old 10-15-2013, 11:21 AM
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Mishimoto Universal Oil Cooler

Hey fellas, I have a 2004 6.0, has 95k on the clock. I'm going to be tearing into it to do an EGR Delete, blue spring kit, new fuel filters, oil change, coolant flush, and probably change the diff fluid. I also hage read that you should change your oil cooler while deleting your EGR, so I plan on doing that as well.
But, I noticed on XDP that they offer a Universal Mishimoto Oil Cooler, has anybody had experience with this? How was the install? It looks like a solid product, and looks like it won't get all clogged up like the OEM does.
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Nobody has experience?
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It says MMOC-U next to the name on XDP..
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Wouldn't think the size of the cooler would be adequate, much less all of the parts necessary to re-route cooler and filter...
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That's a "Universal" oil cooler, meaning it "should" work on multiple applications. It won't work on the 6.0 Powerstroke.

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Hey fellas, I have a 2004 6.0, has 95k on the clock. I'm going to be tearing into it to do an EGR Delete, blue spring kit, new fuel filters, oil change, coolant flush, and probably change the diff fluid. I also hage read that you should change your oil cooler while deleting your EGR, so I plan on doing that as well.
But, I noticed on XDP that they offer a Universal Mishimoto Oil Cooler, has anybody had experience with this? How was the install? It looks like a solid product, and looks like it won't get all clogged up like the OEM does.
I have a feeling this oil cooler was designed to be used in conjunction with not in liu of the factory oil cooler. The only full replacement that is out there is the Bullet Proof Diesel one. Even the IPR unit simply relocates the factory oil cooler. Just my thoughts. Im sure someone with more knowledge than I will chime in soon!
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Ok just curious guys thanks. Ill order the updated OEM. Appreciate the help!
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Old 10-16-2013, 06:52 PM
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To use one of those universal oil coolers you'd need a way to re-route the coolant and oil system like how BPD does in their kit. The issue then is that you lose the ability to warm the oil with the coolant. That's my only gripe with the BPD unit really.
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It's not an issue with the cold weather kit as it closes the circuit flowing to the cooler and routes it from the filter (full kit) back to the engine. Once oil temps start to climb the thermostat starts to close the bypass circuit and starts flowing more and more oil through the cooler depending on the temps the oil gets to. I have had their kit on my truck in multiple 8F 17+ hour cold soaks unplugged and it starts up perfect and warms up just as fast as stock did on my truck in the cold. Only thing now is my max EOT is lower than with OEM by about 2-10 depending on ambient temps. In cold weather it is usually about 175-185.
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