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Old 05-03-2009, 07:13 AM
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Oil Coolers for 370Z

Describe your install for an oil cooler for a 370Z.

Oil Cooler: Oil cooler manufacture/part number/Supplier's web site/phone no.:
Sending unit part number:
Hose manufacture/diameter/length:

Pre-oiler (Yes/No) Manufacture:

Install location:
Center grill - Center/left/right

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OK- I'll start. This is an oil cooler kit designed for the T2-spec 350Z. Aavailable from Nissan Motorsports (888) 833-3225 and comes complete with Setrab cooler, pre-measured line
and Earl's swival AN fittings, mounts and brackets.

Oil Cooler: Oil cooler manufacture/part number: Nissan Motorsports #21300-RSZ33
Sending unit part number: Spin on adapter only- part #15238-E1119
Hose manufacture/diameter/length: Black fabric high-perf hose (Earl's?). Already installed, so no lengths/sizes measured.

Pre-oiler (Yes/No) Manufacture: No

Install location: front (comes with bumper mounts)
Center grill - left (DS)
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Maybe add the website where you bought it?
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Skinny from Chebosto's 350Z http:/www.my350Z.com/forum/showthread.php?t=147805: Note: Many pics and DIY tutorial

Oil cooler:
Seatrab oil cooler p/n: 50-625-7612;ow (13.0" x 7.5" x2.0"), -10AN fittings - one 90 degree -10AN fitting with swivel end; one 120 degree -10 AN fitting (note: rather large oil cooler)!

Sandwich adaptor:
Mocal 180 degree F thermastic sandwich adaptor; 20 mm filer (Nissan) with two 1/2" NPT fittings

Hose:6 feet of Earls prolite nylon hose; size 10

Custom parts:Custom fab aluminum airguide and aluminum mounting brackets to mount oil cooler. Note: Added addional vents on the passenger side plastic fender wall to increase air extraction (i.e. air extracted via wheel movement - sucks air out naturally). I would plastic weld vents to the additional air vents so as to pull down and lessen water/dirt thrown up through the added vent holes cause by tire rotation. Note: seams plausible in theory. Smoke test would confirm.

Mounting location:
Behind front bumper cover, passenger side on a custom three-opening carbon fiber bumper cover. Note: the stock 350Z radiator overflow tank was relocated and the stock power stearing cooler was relocated/replaced to the drivers side to make room for the oil cooler.
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To get my oil temps down, I cut a square in the underside cover and installed a screen under the oil filter...seems to help a bit.
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