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Old 09-11-2012, 09:28 AM
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BulletProof Oil Cooler Half Kit

Apparently one of the common problems with the 6.4 is plugging of the coolant portion of the engine oil cooler, there fore no longer being able to remove heat from the engine oil. This kit from BulletProof is suppose to take care of most of that in a easy DIY kit, which also includes a heavy duty spin on oil filter that replaces the OE filter and delicate filter housing in which drain and bypass valves have easily been broken......can't wait to install it this weekend

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Sweet! I would love to see how this installs and changes ur temps. Let alone the peace of mind. What's estimated install time? Make sure to take lots of pics!

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Old 09-11-2012, 09:48 AM
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Sweet! I would love to see how this installs and changes ur temps. Let alone the peace of mind. What's estimated install time? Make sure to take lots of pics!

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Well BulletProof sent me a 30page detailed instruction booklet with "clear, color" photos and VERY detailed step by step instructions, looks like it would take a good 3 to 4 hours as you have to carefully remove the stock oil housing and delicate parts inside and remove the front bumper......doesn't look hard by any means, just time consuming
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where is the oil filter relocated to? looks like a good kit.
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Old 09-11-2012, 12:16 PM
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where is the oil filter relocated to? looks like a good kit.
To behind the driver side bumper......
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How much is the kit? Is it on bulletproof's website?
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Old 09-11-2012, 01:02 PM
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How much is the kit? Is it on bulletproof's website?
Just checked, didn't see it on there and it is a beta test kit so I know its not ready for the public yet.......as for the price, waiting for an official quote
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Just checked, didn't see it on there and it is a beta test kit so I know its not ready for the public yet.......as for the price, waiting for an official quote
Sounds good bud! Keep us posted on how it performs. So is it supposed to relocate the oil cooler or just help the oil cooler perform better? I dont think its the same as the 6.0 kit that gets rid of the OEM oil cooler but im not sure.
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