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Which remote oil cooler?

I see there are several remote oil coolers out there. I'm looking for some feedback on them. I'm not sure if I want to spend the money on the BPD brand. I need to replace my cooler soon so I'm really considering going this route. Thanks

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I went with all Bullet Proof and I have to say so far I am 100% satisfied with the quality of the equipment,the customer service I received and with how easy it was to install. I had next to no time ever turning wrench's let alone on a diesel. After studying up and asking question both here and with the guys at BPD I DID THE INSTALL MYSELF. Went so good I have yet to hear my engine fan come on and my EOT's have never got past 188*.

BPD OIL COOLER W/COLD WEATHER PACK & BPD oil bypass amsiol filter
BPD WATER PUMP, RADIATOR+ EGR.ARP STUDS
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Oh...and was it spendy? You bet your aszz it was but I bet I wont ever have to do it on this truck again.

BPD OIL COOLER W/COLD WEATHER PACK & BPD oil bypass amsiol filter
BPD WATER PUMP, RADIATOR+ EGR.ARP STUDS
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5" TB DIAMOND EYE EXH
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who else makes a remote oil cooler?
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Ipr has one and it looks like there's one more i just can't remember the name

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Liberator is the other one. Anyone have experience with these?

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I THINK I read the liberator wasn't any good.

That being said I've never heard bad about the ipr or bpd, I'm personally using the ipr kit and have no complaint.

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Portcity, how was the install? What kind of time frame?

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Well I was doing studs and other stuff at the same time. But I'd say I could install the kit in an hour or two, given the intake wasn't in the way.

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I went with all Bullet Proof and I have to say so far I am 100% satisfied with the quality of the equipment,the customer service I received and with how easy it was to install. I had next to no time ever turning wrench's let alone on a diesel. After studying up and asking question both here and with the guys at BPD I DID THE INSTALL MYSELF. Went so good I have yet to hear my engine fan come on and my EOT's have never got past 188*.
Yea what he said.. well worth the money if you are going to keep the truck for a long time. I had mine fully bullet proofed in sept and dont have one single regret and would do it again in a heartbeat.


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2006 F350, Holders Ported Intake, ARP Studs, Factory Turbo w/MTW Billet Wheel, Edge Insight, Atlas 40 FICM Tune, Stock Sticks, BPD Ficm 53V, BPD EGR Cooler, BPD Remote Oil Cooler W/ cold weather pkg, BPD Water Pump, Blue Spring Upgrade, S&B Cold Air Intake, CCV Relocate, 64K miles and counting
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