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      04-22-2009, 12:01 PM   #23
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This has me concerned about the stock cooler's performance in warm/humid weather.

As you should be, 270-280 is very common.
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Has anyone made any progress on this?
I have an idea and can probably put a kit together(through Helix) for $350-400!
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I have an idea and can probably put a kit together(through Helix) for $350-400!

Look forward to seeing an affordable option
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I have an idea and can probably put a kit together(through Helix) for $350-400!
Now that's more like it! Sign me up!

p.s. You know there is a problem when two guys from Buffalo are complaining about oil temps . . .
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Any progress?

Also, has anyone thought about using a fan with the stock cooler? Is there enough room? I cannot imagine that the scoop really provides that much air flow.
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Any progress?

Also, has anyone thought about using a fan with the stock cooler? Is there enough room? I cannot imagine that the scoop really provides that much air flow.
got most of the parts now just need to do some machining and Ill have a test cooler setup done.
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got most of the parts now just need to do some machining and Ill have a test cooler setup done.
Great to hear. Looking forward to seeing some results.
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