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930S Front Oil Cooler Dimensions

Does anyone have the dimensions?
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Old 02-19-2007, 02:16 PM
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I have a 930S front spoiler on my car and I had this custom dual-pass oil cooler made to fit the opening, which measures 5.5" x 23" all up.


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make sure when you do get the cooler not to get the one with the straight fittings, they run into the fog lights. get the angled ones like shown above
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Thanks for the info. That is one nice looking cooler, it's a shame to hide it behind a spoiler.
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It's actually been on the car for ~4 years and has collected a LOT of dirt
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Hi....here's a picture....I'll check dimensions......

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I love the slant nose. Could you also take a pic of the left front fender well to show the washer bottle size and location?
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Hi Pat....sorry...I did only those shouts......






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935turbo,
What year is your 930S?
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WydRyd,

Have you had any problems with rock damage to the cooler? I'm installing mine now, and I'm not sure if I should screen the front.

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You really do need a screen. And it needs to have small slots or a rock will still do damage.
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935turbo, where did you source that front spoiler? It looks close to a DP. tia
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Anyone have any photos of their aftermarket front oil coolers installed?
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I use to have a screen in front of it, until someone stole it! YUP, stole it!

I'm going to replace the screen with a new stainless steel one, just so it looks nicer. After 4 years, the core can get pretty dirty and grimey

I'll post a pic shortly.
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Hi turbo brothers...930S factory slant nose 1988...never had problems with rock or whatever...normal...roads and motorways are very good on this side of the ocean....!!!!.....
I got my spoiler from an original one I moulded...the original I bought it in Germany....I'll post pictures as soon it will be in red on the car...!
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I use to have a screen in front of it, until someone stole it! YUP, stole it!

I'm going to replace the screen with a new stainless steel one, just so it looks nicer. After 4 years, the core can get pretty dirty and grimey

I'll post a pic shortly.
Can you tell me where your getting your screen material? I'm trying to get a 8"x26" piece myself.
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