oil coolers

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by tooms, Jun 25, 2009.

  1. tooms

    tooms Member

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    would like to get some ideas about a oil cooler on my ultrs classic:)
     
  2. TQuentin1

    TQuentin1 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

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  3. Benito1976

    Benito1976 Member

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    Good idea but I think it's better to mount it on the oil pump return...
     
  4. 2000classic

    2000classic Active Member

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    I have the HD cooler that mounts down by the voltage reg., has the filter adapt. and the built in thermostat. Recently added the digital oil temp dip stick. Could not be happier. Did 30 miles at about 75mph on a 96 degree day and at the end of the ride, oil temp was at 217 degrees. This is on a 2000 Ultra.
     
  5. mrkihn

    mrkihn Active Member

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    I also use the Jagg vertical mount . It works great
     
  6. Bud White

    Bud White Well-Known Member Retired Moderators

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    Ive got the HD one and am happy with it
     
  7. ranman469

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    i added the ultracool fl it has a fan a shroud. it works very well and i like the look.

    yesterday was 118 in the sun ,108 temp. the bike stayed right at 230 on my 40 mile trip home from work.
     
  8. Flashback

    Flashback Active Member

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    I use the HD one off a screaming eagle works fine..
     
  9. MASA

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    I put the 10 row Jagg on my 08' Ultra about 3 months ago (horizontal). I also have a heat temp. gun. It registerd 20 degrees cooler from the oil cooler than the engine and this was while the engine was running. Living in south miss. this was a wise investment.
     
  10. dolt

    dolt Senior Member Contributor

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    Good investment; should be standard equipment; Jagg makes the best; I run two on my '02 107" FLHT and one on my 95" '05 FXSTDI; never leave home without them. Where you live and ride is also a factor. South Texas summers are hot; 103* today but if you live up north and don't see extreme heat, running an oil cooler becomes more insurance for those times when you might need one rather than self defense.