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Thread from the dead! Technically it still applies since I'm still working on the same car.

E, Ryan. I'm wondering if you guys can help me mount my oil cooling stuff in a couple weeks.

Sept. 5-7th weekend will be my next weekend off. I have an oil cooler, oil thermostat, oil filter relocation kit, and oil block adapter for the car. I need to get it all mounted and -10 AN lines made to connect it all together. I don't currently have any of the lines or fittings.

I also need to find a way to get that power steering cooler you have laying around (the tubular one) hooked up too.

Is this possible? I don't expect you guys to help for free. I'll be happy to compensate your for the shop time, etc.

Let me know.

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What brand, and do you have pics of the parts you have?

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Tru-cool oil cooler L7B. I have the -10 adaptors for it.
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Canton thermostat
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oil block adaptor (replaces plate where oil filter goes)
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The remote filter is a Mocal and is typical right to left configuration (with filter hanging from bottom).
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Other than the -10 adaptors for the oil cooler and what was included with the oil block adaptor I don't have any other fittings.

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well then we need to knwo what size the thread is on the thermostat and the filter mount so we can get adaptor fittings for pipe to #10 once that is done we need to find a place for mounting of said items then once they ar emoutned we can figure out line routing and length. also are you planning on stainless or starlite? starlight is kevlar and is lighter and nicer but more expensive and does not abrade through stuff like stainless.

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Oh you need to get those o-ring fittings for your thermostat from canton as we do not have them. I jsut checked their site and it is not normal pipe thread.

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Instructions for the thermostat say:
"Recommend our port fittings:
#23-465A 1 1/16" -12 port to -10 AN
#23-466A 1 1/16" -12 port to -12 Male AN"

The remote filter head uses 1/2" BSP

I'll take the starlite stuff if its not that much more $.

I'll get those O-rings ordered. They didn't come with the thermostat.

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The canton -10 fittings have been ordered.

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You sure it is 1/2 BSP or it is 1/2 NPT if it is BSP that sucks, as it is not really standard in this country, you will have to check with E on line pricing and fitting costs.

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What are the odds that the shop will be open next weekend to do this? I heard you will be busy with something else.

It's BSP for sure, according to their website. I'll look into the fittings for the remote filter head. I didn't know that it used BSP when I ordered it.

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Beats me on shop availbility, you need to talk with E, also abotu the line, as I am nto sure we are stocking a ton of line as it is order as needed. so make sure E knows what you will need ahead of time.
Yeah BSP is the suck it is not evewn standard on british stuff, just some jap.

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I ordered the BSP to -10 fittings for the remote filter head.

Ryan was saying that have to take apart and cut up an STi or something that weekend. Sounded doubtful.

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My next weekend off is in one week. I'm off the Friday the 19th and early part of Saturday the 20th. I have days off during the week too. My next weekend off after that won't be until Oct. 4th weekend. I'll have 3 days off again (Fri, Sat, Sun).

So if I could be "put on the list" or what have you that would be great.

I can take rough measurements for estimating the amount of line I will need.

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either way you will ahev to talk to E about it as we do nto stock that line, so it woudl have to be purchased, and talk to him or Ryn about scheduling a time. or getting on the list but last I checked the list was 3 months long.

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pics!

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