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looks great, the heat exchanger heat has always been too much for me, 5 minutes with it on and I have to switch it off. How much is that setup?
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Old 11-28-2007, 12:40 PM
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Does it weigh much?
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I can't remember how much it cost, it came with a bunch of other stuff as a package.
It weighs virtually nothing, it's just a shroud that goes on the bottom of the oil cooler where the air exits that redirects the air that has passed across the cooler.
If you have welding skills it would be very easy to build.
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Old 11-29-2007, 08:57 AM
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Arent there more detailed pics available?

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If you have welding skills it would be very easy to build.
You know, like nunchuck skills, bowhunting skills, computer hacking skills... Girls only want boyfriends who have great skills.
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Since I don't have the engine oil cooler anymore, I'll sell mine. PM me if you're interested.


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What about adding an aftermarket heating element to the seat instead?
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What about adding an aftermarket heating element to the seat instead?
Spoken like a guy who doesn't live in "cold country".. heated seats just don't do it when you're driving 80 and it's 30 outside ( ask me how I know I just drove 3300 miles from NH to N.Cal) LOL
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You got that right, I hate being cold. If all your going to get is warm air, a heated seat might be an added feature.
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DonE, thanks for the picture,
now I understand this better.
Is that heater tubing in and out?
I guess not, its out for left and right only?

For which outside temps this is delivering
"enough" heat?

Further, enveloping the oil cooler will reduce
efficiency on hot days when no heat is needed.
Does this make sense?


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