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IPR High Flow Oil Cooler

Has anyone heard anything, good or bad, about the new IPR High flow oil cooler? I will be doing an oil cooler, down the road 8* deltas, and I am contemplating going this route. It seems like it would be a better alternative to the OEM cooler.

I would like to do the bullet proof cooler, but that is not an option right now. Just trying to get some information before I need to make a decision. Ideally I would be able to get the BPD kit by the time I need to change it.

Did anyone beta test this for IPR??? Feedback from those that did? I appreciate any advise.

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8* deltas are right were they should be and you don't seem to have an issue. Go over to the 6.0 performance forum and check out IPR's new full flow coolant filter. With that and proper cooling system maintenance you may never need to change your oil cooler.

If you do you can also check out their new external mount for the oem oil cooler. It is a cheaper alternative to the BPD that will allow future 20 minute oil cooler swaps.

I personally would not recommend the high flow cooler as the flow is to high for effective heat transfer.

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I am more concerned than I should be. I had consistant 4* difference, and changed out my thermostat. EOT liked to stay around 182, after thermostat change EOT is around 190 where it should be. Now my deltas went from 4 to 8 instantly. I don't know how long this actually has been that way, because my thermostat was stuck open for a while.

That it exactly the feedback on the high flow cooler I was looking for. I do like the idea of the external cooler, with 20 minute cooler swaps. I have some time on my hands before I go from 8 - 15 deltas. I will have the opportunity to see some of the reviews from the IPR external cooler setup. Though, at $1200 for the IPR, I might just go for the BPD that is already time tested.

I will have to see how my deltas hold up as the summer heat continues to build. I will hook up my camper and take it out for a run and see how she does. First thing is first, I have to get her running properly again, hopefully this week. Thanks for the quick feed back PGreenSVT

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