oil cooler

Discussion in 'Dyna Models' started by Cavtrooper, Jul 21, 2012.

  1. Cavtrooper

    Cavtrooper New Member

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    Hi, Im new to the site. I have a Street Bob with a 107 and Im looking for suggestions for an oil cooler.
     
  2. 90FXRS

    90FXRS Junior Member Contributor

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    Welcome to the forum.

    I'm running an HD Premium on my Softail. Built-in thermostat and seems to work real well. Even on the hottest days the tank only gets to about 210 or so. I figure that's enough to remove any moisture but yet keep things cool.
     
  3. Cavtrooper

    Cavtrooper New Member

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    Thanks, There aint alot a wall left so I dont want to take chances. Plus I run it in open loop so the heat plays. a bigger role.
     
  4. TQuentin1

    TQuentin1 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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    I like Jagg. See here:

    Jagg Oil Coolers for Harley-Davidson Dyna models

    I think they used to make the units for HD, and may still.

    TQ
     
  5. BUBBIE

    BUBBIE Well-Known Member

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    I bought a 6 row side mount to put on my 06 1200 sport Roadster BUT even down here in HOT az. I didn;t need it.. Oil in it stayed Too cool...

    Then I added a new 09 FLHR, bringing it here to Az.,,, proved IT needed the cooler...:small3d031:

    I mounted that 6 row JAGG on the left side Down Tubes. It was made Made for the fit.
    The 1000 delux,,,Perfect. Buying the proper thermostat control from Jagg for the KING, fits in front of the filter and plumbed it up...

    Get lot of "Nice" and "Looks Good" from people who look and see where it sits. I used the Fancy made Black aluminum that matches the motor with etched shiny ribed fins, it Balances with the engine Very Well...:s

    Not only LOOKs but keeps the oil cool... I do suggest Use good full synthetic oils...

    I Use ONLY Redline products:

    220/50 Redline for engine
    MTL for the primary
    ShockProof Heavy for the tranny

    signed....BUBBIE