At 12:06 AM 6/1/98 -0700, you wrote:
>> Which begs the question. What happens when you run an oil cooler
>> in the dead of winter? Is it going to keep the oil sludge-like?
>> Is this where you tape some cardboard over the oil cooler fins
>> to cut the airflow? How about a cooler bypass valve?
>I think nice kits like the Jason Whipple unit include a bypass as standard
Most good kits include a thermostatic sandwich plate, when the oil is cold
only 10% of the oil flows through the cooler. The thermostat is fully open
at 180-190 degrees.
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