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Does anyone? (oil cooler)

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  1. rdadu42
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    Does anyone already installed an oil cooler in a Raider? Jagg's, Roadliner's, Pro one's?

  2. tezerdhi
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    Here's mine!

  3. Ghozd608
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    I had one on, but took it off, and put it on my V-Star, I ordered an Oil filter addapter from www.glowshift.com (size 20mmx1.5) and then order on e-bay COOL III, heat exchanger, then went to my local Auto supply store and got SST braided fuel/oil lines, the complete set up only costs about $80. Works good, but I decided the raider really did not need it, as I also installed an Oil Temp gauge, and my Oil stay way below 200 degrees, about 160 to 175, running Synthetic Oil.

    Ghost

  4. Squando
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    I had one on, but took it off, and put it on my V-Star, I ordered an Oil filter addapter from www.glowshift.com (size 20mmx1.5) and then order on e-bay COOL III, heat exchanger, then went to my local Auto supply store and got SST braided fuel/oil lines, the complete set up only costs about $80. Works good, but I decided the raider really did not need it, as I also installed an Oil Temp gauge, and my Oil stay way below 200 degrees, about 160 to 175, running Synthetic Oil. Ghost
    What kind of conditions are we talking about here? Idling in traffic on a really hot day or what? What do you consider really hot?

  5. rdadu42
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    I'm from Puerto Rico, here's over 90's and hard traffic everyday. I ride on weekends but always find traffic somewhere.

  6. yjmmjyajmez
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    The sweat that poors off of me in traffic is enough to cool my Raider down

  7. Lezder
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    is there a cooling issue in hot weather? I'm headed to texas in a month for a few months and have just the raider as transport. it's hot! not to high jack a thread but is the oil cooler really needed? And does the raider have a temp light that turns on when too hot?

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