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Jack hit the nail on the head.

You say the oil temp is lower (at the gauge), but what is happening in the cylinders, at the piston top, e.g. at the first compression ring where temp. really matters? That area may rely more on cool air than cool oil! You could be at higher temp there?

Just a thought. I think if there is no room for the oil cooler anywhere else, make room for it. Could you duct air through that only feeds the oil cooler, e.g. through a wide fender?

Cheers, George
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Old 12-31-2003, 08:26 PM
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