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Just run engine oil through them. It is much easier and the same principal. Oil is typically 10 degree hotter than water in a water cooled engine. In an air cooled engine it is no different? I still don't know why people are stumped on this one? You would just have to raise the oil pressure by shimming the pressure piston on the bottom of the case to compensate for the additional,oil flow to the turbo. If you are running a stock oil cooler, it would be advised to run a larger cooler. I run twins but use a 935 style oil cooler in the nose and have a thermostatic controlled fan for stop and go. Oil temp actually ran too cool and had to put a higher T-stat. 15K plus, 1,100+ HP ZERO problems.
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