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post #1 of 23 Old 08-12-2014, 08:21 AM Thread Starter
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Aftermarket oil cooler

So I was looking around and found this Mishimoto MMOC-UL Universal 19-Row Oil Cooler Kit on XDP website. My oil temps are on the warm side when towing my 40ft toy hauler. I would like to give this a try. I am wondering if anyone has tried this yet or has experience with any other aftermarket oil coolers for the 6.7. Any input would be appreciated.


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No one has tried and aftermarket oil cooler??


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I don't have any experience man. But, I'm interested in seeing what people say.

What are your temps at when towing?

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Mishimoto MMOC-UL Universal 19-Row Oil Cooler Kit

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I have gotten up to 238 which makes me really nervous. Most of the time it's around 224-230 towing my 40 foot toy hauler. Seems warm to me.


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I read somewhere that up to about 242 degrees is within specs of these engines-oil.

Don't really know too much about it, just thought id share.

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I have heard that too. I just would like to get it down a little cooler than what I am at now. I think I am just gonna buy one and see what happens. I don't think It would be any worse.


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Yea man, its definitely an inexpensive upgrade. I'm curious to see where your numbers go after the install.

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Just curious, where are you going to tap into the oil system?

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Not for sure gonna get a hold of mishimoto and see what they recommend.


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i saw that oil cooler myself. looks good. what i would do is to either use a sandwitch adapter or remote oil filter mount and then add the oil cooler. i have done this on my old
'67 mustang. worked well. i am still a little uneasy about the water to oil cooler and the water to tranny cooler. Ford has done this for years though, on my 1998 stang, my 2002 Lightning, etc. i am not an expert, but think the air to oil cooler is a better idea. any one with more info, please chime in. Jegs even has pre made braided steel hoses in different lengths.
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