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Old 07-06-2012, 07:20 AM
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BulletProof is designing an auxiliary oil cooler for the 6.4!!!

I spent some time on Friday with Ken from BPD and was able to get a few pics of the 6.4 auxiliary oil cooler kit already installed on a truck they had at the shop. The instructions (it was about a 30 pager) were very well written, but they were still working through some details before being able to issue it for beta testing. Ken's exact words were, "Soon." LMAO!

Looking down at the billet cap where the feed and return lines are plumbed.


Another shot of the billet cap and the feed line.


Hose routing.


Auxiliary cooler all mounted up.



Oil filter mounted behind the driver's side bumper.


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Old 07-06-2012, 09:39 AM
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Put me on the list I want one!
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awesome. hopefully my current cooler will last long enough to be able to buy one of these when the time comes
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this is great news. did you get a price range? any specs on how it will change engine performance/temps? thanks for the pics.
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It is designed to complement the existing oil cooler since when running a high performance tune, you 6.4 guys can sometimes see much higher oil temps.

Unfortunately, I don't know the answers to your questions, but I'm sure that Ken will be by shortly.
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More great news rolling out from BPD!!!!!!
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Will this kit work if I already have a CAC tube installed??
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Old 07-06-2012, 01:23 PM
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More great news rolling out from BPD!!!!!!
This! I am glad to see them getting into the 6.4 game too! Gotta love BPD!!!!!
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Awesome! looking forward
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can't wait, i have been looking at doing this for weeks now.
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