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#1 TymeSlayer

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 08:51 AM

Broke down and ordered this CoolTech oil cooler since I have more track days scheduled this summer than ever. The version I have is slightly modified from the one on their website as Setrab has changed their sandwich plate and will require less hose (Two instead of four) and remove the remote filter. It also saved me $200. I plan on doing the install myself and will try to document it on here. 

 

http://www.cooltechl...oil-cooler.html


Edited by TymeSlayer, 18 April 2017 - 01:08 PM.

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#2 LSECO

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Posted 18 April 2017 - 11:41 PM

This kit looks top notch.
<p><p> 2012 LAGUNA SECA Black/Race Red: The FIRST year of the RETURN of the Boss 302, (Gen.II) Road-Race ready.
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Pedestal wing with GT-500 Gurney flap,modified fr. splitter.Halon fire extinguisher.Cervini ram air hood w/heat extractors. Recaro racing seats, race red rear seat delete brace bar,4pt.race red seatbelts and harness bar,r.r. front splitter adj.rods,r.r.coil covers and r.r.shock tower brace.LS race gauge pack.FRPP race brake cooling ducts, Motul 600 race brake fluid, FRPP trans cooling scoop, AEM intake tube kit, oil catch can-pass side only, FRPP TRACKEY,SilverHorse gas filler lid.MMD satin black tail light surrounds,MMD Carbon fiber wrapped hood gas struts, projector headlights w/sequential turn signals and emergencies,rear brake/emergencies sequencers.CSI protective smoke head light covers-daytime use only, satin black LS faux gas cap.Honeycomb ELEANOR grill w/hidden LED HALO fogs,honeycomb front lower grill,limo tint on rear glass ONLY,LED interior, license plate, and trunk lighting, satin silver billet e-brake handle, mirror adj.knob ,shifter ball,rear seatbelt mounting covers.Eibach Sportline road racing lowering springs(installed by Eibach), FRPP 1pc. aluminium drive shaft,Bama "tunes for life", Kooks long tube headers,Kooks cat delete offroad X-pipe,resonator delete over axle pipes,On-3-Go muffler deletes.
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(just a SMIDGEON of mods compared to most of "MY BOSSBROS") All LS take-off parts are packaged up..... There is no such thing as a "REGULAR" Boss !!   :rockon:   


                                 

#3 Rich B.

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Posted 19 April 2017 - 05:20 AM

What a great kit but I need to be reeducated as usual. So our cars come with a oil cooler and this is a series'd addition with the existing? Placed waffered with the radiator, like A/C it seems this would really lower the cooling capacity to start with of both. The intercoolers for turbochargers, these are cooling as advertised by discharging overly hot air into the radiator. How can this effectively cool the engine, have seen maybe 3 of these heat exchangers in use at once? Think the Shelby's are model examples for this.

Guess it all works though, at least enough to get by and nothing better patented as yet. But the efficiency must be severely impaired, something's bound to be paying the piper? Ideally there's a before and after heat transfer graph on some site for these things.

How 'bout the times when nobody wanted power steering, especially A/C, maybe power brakes? Because it would detract useable HP to the rear tires, lmao. Of coarse know now that the ratings were beyond any help "back when" to start with but had all that extra power at command. And then the alternator kill switch so it would free wheel; now that was a power adder. How times, trends and thoughts do change. Wait, recall the engine ran cooler too by removing the thermostat. No doubt at 0 deg. this was proven fact, or on a 90 deg. day run the heater full blast to cool the engine (that actually worked).

Edited by Rich B., 19 April 2017 - 06:08 AM.


#4 302 Hi Pro

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Posted 19 April 2017 - 10:01 AM

Hi TS:

You can't go wrong with CoolTech LLC Boss 302 mod kits. They are top notch. Remember to inspect and tighten all hose fitting connectors prior to install.

When is the roll cage going in?

Good luck and have fun on the track.
302 Hi Pro

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#5 TymeSlayer

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Posted 19 April 2017 - 02:34 PM

The good news is my daughter is old enough to drive up front now and the wife can walk to where we are going so if and when I find me some seats that will accommodate a six point harness, the Watson roll bar is next. Maybe next year. By then I'll have a dozen track days under my belt. I have six scheduled for this season and throw in one autocross.

 

I sold my F14 forgestars and am on the list for the Apex 19x10.5 or 11s. I'm looking at mounting some 305/35ZR19 Michilen PSC2s or perhaps some real race rubber that will be track only tires. I'm already looking at a 4x8 foot trailer that I can have my wife tow tires and tools to the track in our Mountaineer. That will just about tap out my 5K budget for the car this year so perhaps next year I'll get the seats and roll bar. 

 

When I started down this road 5 years ago, I expected to run 2-3 track days a year so just how did I get up to six and seven if you count the autocross? I wanted to get out to NorCal to run those great tracks with the TMO boys but I just can't squeeze it in. My wife would leave me for sure. I will run with some of those TMO guys at Hastings in September which is much closer and should be three great days. 

 

By the way, with this new CoolTech set-up, there's less chances of leaks because of the new Setrab sandwich plate. I won't get it on until after my NASA track day on April 29th at High Plains but will start the work shortly afterwards. 


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#6 302 Hi Pro

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 07:02 AM

TS:

When you get a moment, can you post a few pics of the Setrab sandwich plate? These don't show up with my google searches.

Thanks so much,
302 Hi Pro

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#7 TymeSlayer

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 07:34 AM

You got it bud. All in transit so when I get it, I'll post it up. 


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#8 Dimo

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 02:46 PM

What a great kit but I need to be reeducated as usual. So our cars come with a oil cooler and this is a series'd addition with the existing? Placed waffered with the radiator, like A/C it seems this would really lower the cooling capacity to start with of both. The intercoolers for turbochargers, these are cooling as advertised by discharging overly hot air into the radiator. How can this effectively cool the engine, have seen maybe 3 of these heat exchangers in use at once? Think the Shelby's are model examples for this.

Guess it all works though, at least enough to get by and nothing better patented as yet. But the efficiency must be severely impaired, something's bound to be paying the piper? Ideally there's a before and after heat transfer graph on some site for these things.

How 'bout the times when nobody wanted power steering, especially A/C, maybe power brakes? Because it would detract useable HP to the rear tires, lmao. Of coarse know now that the ratings were beyond any help "back when" to start with but had all that extra power at command. And then the alternator kill switch so it would free wheel; now that was a power adder. How times, trends and thoughts do change. Wait, recall the engine ran cooler too by removing the thermostat. No doubt at 0 deg. this was proven fact, or on a 90 deg. day run the heater full blast to cool the engine (that actually worked).

 

The oil cooler that our cars come equipped with uses engine coolant to cool the oil. However, on track days this is overtaxing on the coolant when everything gets heated up. Using this in series with that cooler, allows for the oil to be air cooled. As far as stacking heat exchangers in front of the radiator affecting your car's ability to cool, the benefits from this kit far outweigh the drawbacks. And a top-mounted heat exchanger would've just left our cars looking like Subaru's.

 

TymeSlayer; Your kit doesn't relocate the oil filter? Also, sorry for the delay! I will get those pics posted on here to go with yours, thanks for starting a thread!


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Engine: Airaid PJ CAI - CoolTech Oil Cooler - JLT Oil Separators

Drivetrain: FRPP Rear Diff Cover

Suspension: SR Performance Rear Shock Tower Brace

Brakes: Blowfish Racing Brake Duct Kit

Interior: FRPP Short Throw Shifter - AutoMeter Gauges (oil pressure & temp, air/fuel)

Exterior: FRPP Trans Cooler Scoop - Blowfish Racing Tow Hook (front) - CoolTech Tow Hook (rear) - FRPP Boss 302S Grille - Raxiom Taillights

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#9 TymeSlayer

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Posted 20 April 2017 - 03:23 PM

I purchased the kit and two days later CoolTech Notified me of the changes. 

 

Hi Kirk,

Thank you for the order of the Boss 302 Oil Cooler Kit.  We have just made an improvement for the kit and in-process to update the website.  The good news is that with Setrab's introduction of a thermostatic sandwich plate adapter for the Boss, we can simplify the install and reduce components.  No longer do we need to have 4 hoses (8 expensive hose ends) and a remote filter.  This improves installation time and by cutting down on the number of components, it reduces any remote chances of failure.  Best of all, we can offer this kit less expensively - essentially the same price as our non-thermostatic kit (which we will be eliminating).  As such, I will be refunding you $200 on your purchase.

Please note that I have asked Setrab to ship the heat exchanger, thermostatic sandwich plate, and oil line adapters to you directly.  The lines, brackets, and instructions are shipping today from us.

Please email me if any questions.

Best regards,
Kendall

 

I should get part of the components today from CoolTech. The parts from Setrab direct should follow in another couple of days. I'll know more when I get all the components. 


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#10 Dimo

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Posted 21 April 2017 - 12:39 AM

Ha I ordered my kit about a month ago, looks like I just missed out on the update

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Engine: Airaid PJ CAI - CoolTech Oil Cooler - JLT Oil Separators

Drivetrain: FRPP Rear Diff Cover

Suspension: SR Performance Rear Shock Tower Brace

Brakes: Blowfish Racing Brake Duct Kit

Interior: FRPP Short Throw Shifter - AutoMeter Gauges (oil pressure & temp, air/fuel)

Exterior: FRPP Trans Cooler Scoop - Blowfish Racing Tow Hook (front) - CoolTech Tow Hook (rear) - FRPP Boss 302S Grille - Raxiom Taillights

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