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I am adding a 6 row oil cooler to my cobra. I purchase a cooler and oil cooler stroud from ERA. Can you post picture of their oil cooler stroud at the bottom of the stroud next to the body
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Here is a pretty good shot of Stroud Gloucestershire, GL5 1AE. The shot is a little far away to see any oil coolers though, but it is a nice panorama notwithstanding it is not a ground level perspective.



I like the rolling hills and the somewhat eclectic way they built the town out as they fit it into the valley between the two rolling hills.


p.s. What flavor cooler did you get during your Stroud adventure? They have a to-die-for root beer-pineapple cooler that is one of my personal favorites.
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I am adding a 6 row oil cooler to my cobra. I purchase a cooler and oil cooler stroud from ERA. Can you post picture of their oil cooler stroud at the bottom of the stroud next to the body
Go to this thread: ERA Brake Master Cylinder adjustment rods and page down through the pics I put in of my oil cooler and its cover. I think that will have what you need. Here's a sample:

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Here is a pretty good shot of Stroud Gloucestershire, GL5 1AE. The shot is a little far away to see any oil coolers though, but it is a nice panorama notwithstanding it is not a ground level perspective.



I like the rolling hills and the somewhat eclectic way they built the town out as they fit it into the valley between the two rolling hills.


p.s. What flavor cooler did you get during your Stroud adventure? They have a to-die-for root beer-pineapple cooler that is one of my personal favorites.
Id bet no opportunity passes by you Ed! Thanks for the laugh
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Perfect response patrickt. The other two...
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Are oil coolers really necessary on a street driven Cobra? I have a cooler on my car and the oil never warms up. I blocked the cooler off trying to increase the temps.
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Are oil coolers really necessary on a street driven Cobra? I have a cooler on my car and the oil never warms up. I blocked the cooler off trying to increase the temps.
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Just added this oil thermostat, configured to 205, along with new XRP black nylon -10 hoses and fittings along with a custom made 9qt Armondo's oil pan.

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Follow NROTOXIN's lead. The unit he chose is an exceptionally nice integration with the oil filter remote that cuts down on space, fittings, and hoses used. While you are on their site check out all the other Improved Racing oil T-Stats, so you can make the best choice for your build they have a lot.
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On the serious side this is the cooler block panel on my 289 FIA car
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