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      09-26-2014, 11:48 AM   #1
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NEW PRODUCT RELEASE! MAPerformance BMW 335i Oil Cooler Kit - Group Buy!



We've been working behind the scenes to develop the ultimate E9X BMW Oil Cooler kit and are excited to offer this community a chance to be among the first to own one at a significant discount!







Click here to check out the group buy!

Other BMW Oil Cooler Kits replace the factory oil cooler with a larger core unit. With our kit you get a separate Setrab oil cooler behind the kidney grills which when combined with the OEM cooler effectively increases surface area by 160%! Initial testing has found reductions in oil temperature of nearly 20% with this kit!

What's included?
1x Setrab oil cooler core (only the best)
Billet Aluminum oil filter housing adapter
Stainless Steel mounting brackets
Lightweight synthetic rubber racing hose
All applicable hardware needed for installation

Introductory pricing is limited to the first 20 units sold! Click here to get yours today!

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Who's interested in keeping their oil cool while out on the street or track!? Let us know!
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A few questions:
- Do we need option code S840? It would be nice if there was an option for those w/o the upgraded oiler cooler option.
- Will this interfere with an aftermarket FMIC (AA or VRSF)?
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Can it be installed without hood latch being removed? How thin Is it ?
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A few questions:
- Do we need option code S840? It would be nice if there was an option for those w/o the upgraded oiler cooler option.
- Will this interfere with an aftermarket FMIC (AA or VRSF)?
Thanks for the questions!

1- You do need either the Sport or M-Sport package that includes the OEM Oil Cooler.
2- This will not interfere with any FMIC that is currently on the car or going onto the car.
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Can it be installed without hood latch being removed? How thin Is it ?
We have a write up on how to install the oil cooler kit. The install can be viewed here: http://www.maperformance.com/tech/bmw-335i-oil-cooler/'
You do not have to remove the hood latch to install it, but you do have to remove the upper core support.

The core is 1.22" thick.
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      10-01-2014, 11:50 AM   #7
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Lets get this ball rolling, use promo code INNOVATOR to save an additional 8% pushing the total cost to just $599 shipped! Hurry this offer is limited to just 5 participants!
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Thanks for the questions!

1- You do need either the Sport or M-Sport package that includes the OEM Oil Cooler.
2- This will not interfere with any FMIC that is currently on the car or going onto the car.
Unfortunately, I am pretty sure I don't have the OEM oil cooler - I know I can't get the PPK. So would I have to first install the OEM oil cooler and then install this?
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Unfortunately, I am pretty sure I don't have the OEM oil cooler - I know I can't get the PPK. So would I have to first install the OEM oil cooler and then install this?
You'd need atleast the oil filter housing assembly that has the factory oil cooler connections. You can contact any vendor who offers OE BMW parts for pricing on that stuff, then use this kit in place of the rest that would typically be on a stock oil cooler setup car.
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You'd need atleast the oil filter housing assembly that has the factory oil cooler connections. You can contact any vendor who offers OE BMW parts for pricing on that stuff, then use this kit in place of the rest that would typically be on a stock oil cooler setup car.
There is a possibility this idea will work, but we include a piece in our kit that utilizes both the factory, and aftermarket oil cooler. You could plug the holes to where the OEM Cooler attaches to the distribution block though, but currently we have not done testing to see if it will work without the OEM cooler in place.
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