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I am looking for some feedback on what, if any external oil coolers are available for the Teryx. I am looking into getting my 840 kit but before I do, I would like to know if anyone is using an external oil cooler. If so, where did you get it? How much was it? How much cooler is the engine temp? I believe the Rhino's come with one stock, so I'm looking for info if anything is available. I would like to keep using my stock radiator set up if possible. Any info would help. thanks.
 

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Yes the Rhino does come with one stock. I believe Four Stroke Tech was doing some testing with an oil cooler, however, have not heard anything about it for some time?
 

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Yes the Rhino does come with one stock. I believe Four Stroke Tech was doing some testing with an oil cooler, however, have not heard anything about it for some time?
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DP, Hopefully we can get FST to post an update on what ever he was working on. I saw the picture that was posted in the earlier email. I would be very interested in more info on that set up.
 

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Thanks Guys,
DP, Hopefully we can get FST to post an update on what ever he was working on. I saw the picture that was posted in the earlier email. I would be very interested in more info on that set up.
I have them ready to go, but I don't think most people need them. I don't see crazy oil temps or oil problems with any of our big bore kits. If I was running a 200 mile race I would run one because of the qt. more of oil you would have, and it would keep the oil cooler and last longer on the long race.
 

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I have them ready to go, but I don't think most people need them. I don't see crazy oil temps or oil problems with any of our big bore kits. If I was running a 200 mile race I would run one because of the qt. more of oil you would have, and it would keep the oil cooler and last longer on the long race.
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I am thinking that the benefits of the extra qt of oil along with the cooler oil temp can only be a good thing. I ride in the desert on sand trails and dunes, so the engine is usually running at high RPM's. I have gotten hot a few times but never actually overheated, so I just want to be careful with the extra CC's. I believe it is better to be safe than sorry.
What is my cost? Anything special needed to do the install? i.e. a bracket?
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Hey FST,
I am thinking that the benefits of the extra qt of oil along with the cooler oil temp can only be a good thing. I ride in the desert on sand trails and dunes, so the engine is usually running at high RPM's. I have gotten hot a few times but never actually overheated, so I just want to be careful with the extra CC's. I believe it is better to be safe than sorry.
What is my cost? Anything special needed to do the install? i.e. a bracket?
Thanks


Yes,then you would benefit from it. The kit just comes with the cooler,hose,clamps and the sandwich adapter. You have to move the water line in front ogf the oil filter and then you mount the cooler where ever you want. Everyone wanted a different place to mount it so I leave that up to each person. Your cost would be $161 plus shipping.
 

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Yes,then you would benefit from it. The kit just comes with the cooler,hose,clamps and the sandwich adapter. You have to move the water line in front ogf the oil filter and then you mount the cooler where ever you want. Everyone wanted a different place to mount it so I leave that up to each person. Your cost would be $161 plus shipping.
Thank you for the info. I will be in touch when I move forward in the near future.
 
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