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Old 04-14-2016, 03:37 PM
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My car...on the other hand ....is set up to be a daily driver........although I also have no
choke and have to wait until he oil pressure stabilizers .
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Thankyou everyone for your help. My 63 1/2 ford 427 center oilier, would benefit from an oil cooler because it does get hot. But when i do install one, i will put in a thermostat. that just makes sense.

Anyone know how many extra litres (quart) should be added to make sure there is enough to cover the complete system.
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Anyone know how many extra litres (quart) should be added to make sure there is enough to cover the complete system.
A remote filter adds about half a quart, a nice oil cooler also adds about half a quart. With my Canton pan, an oil change runs about 8.5 to 9 quarts.
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One more hint, if you can, it's nice to have some of the fittings easy to access so you can drain the lines and cooler when you change your oil.
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I use 8.5qt with a 8qt pan....the cooler doesn't get drained.
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