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    oil cooler headache

    small problem rely but
    So i have a fluidyne 12x11x2.7 oil cooler with fixed Male -10 AN fittings and russell proclassic Female -8 AN hoses and fittings/hose ends.

    its way too late and i cant think straight

    Anyone know can I buy -10AN fittings/hose ends for -8 AN hose ?
    Russell Performance - ProClassic Adapter Fittings

    i could use -10 AN Female To -8 AN Male Flare Reducer but it seems to be very hard to find sellers that would ship international fuck..
    /problem solved had to pay 50$ for shipping for two 10$ fittings aint that reasonable priced shipping...lol
    Last edited by mb7050; 04-16-2011 at 04:43 AM.

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    i bought all of my fittings for my fuel system off ebay. you can occasionally find sellers who are willing to ship international--without too much hassle.

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    thats what I did too bad shipping is always prity expensive

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    where do you live?

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    If you bought a GZP oil cooler you wouldn't have this problem

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    i know but I had this fluidyne cooler laying around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans@GZP View Post
    If you bought a GZP oil cooler you wouldn't have this problem
    you guys didn't have 2"+ thick cores with fans.

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    I could use a core like that. But I don't think there is much of an advantage there unless you are a dyno queen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans@GZP View Post
    I could use a core like that. But I don't think there is much of an advantage there unless you are a dyno queen.
    my whole build is overkill. by design.

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    no offence, there are better ways

    slighly less wide intercoolers....so you can mount them slighly further forward so you can fit a pair of oil coolers on the very back closest to the wheel well...make them as large as you can fit (without making them too thick that they start radiating heat back into the IC's)
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