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Mocal Cooler
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Looking for an oil cooler to replace the standard rad fed cooler...

Thermostatic sandwich plate and a small 10 or 13 row would be good.
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Just fyi, You need to keep the heat exchanger in place even if you do use a mocal oil cooler with stat' plate Smile
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you don't have to keep it, seen them fitted both with and without.

I think my exchanger is allowing oil into the water hence replacing.
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I've got a 16 row Mocal kit with thermostatic takeoff if that's of any interest?
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how much?
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(22-06-2015, 08:17 AM)MCH Wrote: you don't have to keep it, seen them fitted both with and without.

I think my exchanger is allowing oil into the water hence replacing.

You don't have to no bud, but its pretty important to do so. 
Remember its not really a oil cooler as such, rather a heat exchanger. 

Replace it if needed buddy, find them very cheap Smile
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(22-06-2015, 09:38 AM)Piggy Wrote:
(22-06-2015, 08:17 AM)MCH Wrote: you don't have to keep it, seen them fitted both with and without.

I think my exchanger is allowing oil into the water hence replacing.

You don't have to no bud, but its pretty important to do so. 
Remember its not really a oil cooler as such, rather a heat exchanger. 

Replace it if needed buddy, find them very cheap Smile
Where?

I had a look but always a bit apprehensive over pattern stuff as had various items fail on me where as when I've spent the extra or waited for genuine its never failed.
£200 odd for a genuine one is a tad pricey
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http://www.306gti6.com/forum/showthread.php?id=163789

Non thermostatic sandwich plate but the rest of its pretty close....
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Its worth keeping the original heat exchanger. See, it won't cool the oil that much but what it will do is help warm it from cold quicker!
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^^^This.
Don't take off the heat exchanger. You gain nothing by doing so and will have to wait longer for the oil to warm up.








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(22-06-2015, 09:51 PM)MCH Wrote:
(22-06-2015, 09:38 AM)Piggy Wrote:
(22-06-2015, 08:17 AM)MCH Wrote: you don't have to keep it, seen them fitted both with and without.

I think my exchanger is allowing oil into the water hence replacing.

You don't have to no bud, but its pretty important to do so. 
Remember its not really a oil cooler as such, rather a heat exchanger. 

Replace it if needed buddy, find them very cheap Smile
Where?

Il do you a second hand one £35 delivered for the oil modine Wink

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