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    GPRXP remote Oil cooler

    With a screwed oil cooler (see thread below), I'm thinking of mounting my oil cooler remotely in an easy accessible location. has this been done on a 4-Tech before?

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    Maybe you just need a new oil cooler?

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    maybe try the sea doo section? somebody might have done it...

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    If you need an oil cooler I have an extra I can send you for just shipping.

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    Thanks guys. hopefully have the engine out in the next couple of nights after work. hope the oil cooler is also my water leak.

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    I'm actually looking into this now. I need to move the cooler for an upcoming project due to a thinner hull setup than the GPR.

    What about a block of aluminum, O-ring'd on the engine side, bolted in place, with some hydraulic line to a remote cooler. I'm not a fan of complexity, but this would make it possible to avoid a hull cut.

    Any good/bad thoughts on this???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotoys View Post
    I'm actually looking into this now. I need to move the cooler for an upcoming project due to a thinner hull setup than the GPR.

    What about a block of aluminum, O-ring'd on the engine side, bolted in place, with some hydraulic line to a remote cooler. I'm not a fan of complexity, but this would make it possible to avoid a hull cut.

    Any good/bad thoughts on this???

    Why not just use weld in or thread in dash 6 an fittings and stainless braided line?

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    I was wanting to avoid screwing up the cases, in case it didn't work... plus I don't have to chance getting aluminum bits down in the oil system...

    and it's VERY thin down there.

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    Mark get me some duct tape measurements and I will chicken wire you up an adapter.

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    Awesome bro!!! In fact, just wait to see what I'll send you!

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