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KraftWerks engine oil cooler system in development!

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So, I am going to leak some information. We have developed a Fit Engine Oil Cooler system, and it will be available shortly. We saw a need for an oil cooler on the track Fits, and developed a bracket system, full AN fittings, high-quality oil hose etc. I will let FF.net know more on its development when available.

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Dang I don't think I have enough room in the front for ANOTHER cooler...
 
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Dang I don't think I have enough room in the front for ANOTHER cooler...
There definitely is. We only have the Rotrex oil cooler up front on Fit?

-OJR

PS - Let's not pull this off-topic, we already have a problem with that.
 
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y not just make a tranny cooler while ur at it, make a radiator, and mounting brackets for oil, rotrex, and tranny
 
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Honestly, I don't have space as it is.



...but we'll see.
 
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woo dual oil coolers! now my fit will have two teeth!
 
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I don't have a KWSC, but I'd be interested in an oil cooler anyway.
 
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Originally Posted by usmc0341 View Post
Honestly, I don't have space as it is.

...but we'll see.
Plenty of space ... Even for boosted A/T owners.

-OJR
 
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Originally Posted by Tofuman View Post
I don't have a KWSC, but I'd be interested in an oil cooler anyway.
Great! You don't need a KWSC to use our oil cooler system.

We will let FF.net know more on its availability soon.

-OJR
 
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any plans for a tranny cooler? would benefit both MT and AT either way.
 
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Any idea if it will fit with an FMIC? Where does it mount?
 
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Originally Posted by dewthedew View Post
woo dual oil coolers! now my fit will have two teeth!
Well in my situation, I have the Rotrex oil cooler and a B&M A/T cooler. But hey if there's room for an engine cooler, bring it on!
 
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I'm looking forward to see the product come out!!! Keep us post
 
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Tagged.

The more coolers the merrier I guess!
 
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how long till it comes out? hopefully not as long as hiboost haha
 
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We are really close to release of the KraftWerks Engine Oil Cooler Kit. This will be an entire kit, ready to install. It will feature a thermostatic sandwich adapter, AN fittings and high-quality engine oil hose. Your standard Honda oil filter will still be used, and the oil cooler will mount into existing holes in the chassis.

I will let you know more (Pricing/Availability) as soon as possible!

-Oscar Jr.
 
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Sold!!!!
 
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any plans for radiator and tranny cooler?
 
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Where is the cooler located??
 
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Old 11-11-2009, 08:35 AM
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Will this be using the same Laminova oil cooler found in your S2000 kits?
 
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any plans for radiator and tranny cooler?
No plans for a Fit radiator currently.

We have the Rotrex oil coolers available for purchase if anyone is interested in a transmission oil cooler. No transmission oil cooler kits in the works though.

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Where is the cooler located??
Center front of the lower grille. I will get pictures up as soon as I can.

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Will this be using the same Laminova oil cooler found in your S2000 kits?
No. This uses an air-to-oil cooler up front. The thermostatic sandwich adapter controls oil flow to the cooler at low temperatures.

-OJR
 

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