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Great thread, especially since I want to do this exact same upgrade. Keep up the great work, details, and advise.

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The Mazda rx7 cooler is also an excellent option...

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Nice work! It looks like you need a test drive!
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Flo,

Are you certain that the horns need to be moved forward to clear the brass cooler?
oh yes, you do!

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Hi Flo,
Would you mind listing all of those part numbers please as I have this job to do as well?
I can tell you, its the same gathered set, as the one from our host.
But I needed none of the smaller brackets, their all for the carrera-cooler set up and didnt help to fix the 28-bar-cooler.

carrera horn bracket 91163510700 (not needed, make up your own)
two small consoles top 91150349201 + 93020792100 (not needed, make up your own)
L-shape console bottom 91150149001
two oillines 93020711100, -11300

But there is one great critique about the two OEM-oilline-length:
these are made for the carrera, to be fitted to the factory oilpipes.
it seemes to me, that they are ab bit different in lenght, than the factory-fit pipes for the trombone installment.
It would be excellent, to get upgrade-oillines that are a bit different in length, than those carrera-lines.
If I hat to do it again, I would ask a hydraulic mechanic to make me custom sized ones.
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Nice work! It looks like you need a test drive!
Its raining :-(((
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Oh and here my secret weapon when it comes to oillines (thoase you dont wanna cut):

perfect grip, perfect leverage, perfect angle ajustment !
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oh yes, you do!



I can tell you, its the same gathered set, as the one from our host.
But I needed none of the smaller brackets, their all for the carrera-cooler set up and didnt help to fix the 28-bar-cooler.

carrera horn bracket 91163510700 (not needed, make up your own)
two small consoles top 91150349201 + 93020792100 (not needed, make up your own)
L-shape console bottom 91150149001
two oillines 93020711100, -11300

But there is one great critique about the two OEM-oilline-length:
these are made for the carrera, to be fitted to the factory oilpipes.
it seemes to me, that they are ab bit different in lenght, than the factory-fit pipes for the trombone installment.
It would be excellent, to get upgrade-oillines that are a bit different in length, than those carrera-lines.
If I hat to do it again, I would ask a hydraulic mechanic to make me custom sized ones.
Thanks Flo
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Its raining :-(((
Jürgen tells me the German name for those that won't drive their cars in the rain is "warmduscher." Is that correct?
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lol, no, its "weichei" [softegg] ;-)

the expression you mention is like "gay"...
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Flo,

See post #6 in this thread below. From the picture in that post it appears you may have the short flex oil lines reversed.

28-tube oil cooler installation gone awry

Also, I noticed there are posts in that thread that state that the horns do not need to be moved for the brass cooler. Since I see many conflicting comments on this, I guess I'll find out for sure when I bolt on my fenders and finish my cooler installation.
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See post #6 in this thread thread below. From the picture in that post it appears you may have the short flex oil lines reversed.
That's what I thought too.
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the picture in the #6-post does not give me a clue as to how you mean it should be.

the way I got it now, turned out to be the only one way possible.
intercrossing the lines (either way round) didnt help.

for the oilflow it doesnt matter anyway.



this example (long line inside) didnt work
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Here's how they are on my car. Short line is on the right. Cooler is out but you get the idea:

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Weird.
Just looked at the car/at my scheem again.
No chance of doing it your way.
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I think that's how they are supposed to be. You might try loosening the clamp on the hard lines in the fender to allow them to move a little bit. It also helps to attach the lines to the cooler, or at least partially thread them on, before mounting the cooler onto the bracket.

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I did.
Even rebending the pipes a bit.
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found time to do the testdrive.
nice stint over the Autobahn.
at the return point I checked the cooler: still cold, thermostat not open yet.
Ok, I was going easy, just as you should.
back home I checked again: cooler was warm (not hot), no leaks (you never know)
interesting was the "noise" it made, when the oil flows through.
in my quite neighbourhood I could here/identify the sound still 4m away, even with the engine running.

guess its normal, due to the way the cooler is built.

you guys niticed its sound too?
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just a minor update:

as I mentioned above, I had problems to install the catalogue proposed set/pair of oil lines, a short and a long one.

The way I was able to connect that set, left me with a slight kink in the short line, which didnt look right to me.

So I baught an other long oil line, deleted the short one, fitted the former long line to where the short one was fixed to the pipe and crossed the now missing connection with the new long one.
now everything is snug fit.

tried to fotoshop my final solution:

step a) deleting short line (red cross), planned conn. (green arrow)


solved dilemma with two long oil lines:

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I guess I'm lucky because this is the cooler I have.

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