Thanks for your reply, do you have a link for more information on the one you are going to use?I'm going to be using a mocal laminova cooler,
Similar principle as the oem, works on a heat exchanger basis, larger and more efficient though. Gets your oil up to temp quickly just like the oem sandwich plate
Sorry if i misunderstood mate, did you mean you are running a mocal external cooler or mocal laminova?I use the oem one as well as a thermostatic mocal. I find the oem oil cooler/heater is good at getting the oil up to temp, and when on track the mocal takes over and my oil temps have always been spot on.
Thanks for your reply mate, to give you guys a idea on my oil temps on track.Sam uses an oil to air cooler.
I run mine purely on the mocal oil to air cooler with a thermostat inline.
I would have ran the oem heat exchanger at the same time but mine was full of swarf from an engine failure
To be honest mate im not quite sure, all i know is there is some sandwich plate running with a oil temp and pressure gauge, it came like this when imported from japan.Wheres your temp sensor? 120c is pretty good without an external cooler.
Id not be worried at 120c tbh. 130 is pushing it imo
Ive learnt a lot mate really appreciate all your help, thanks mate for taking the time in explaining everything.Should see 80psi before about 3k hot idle around 30psi.
Mine hot idles alittle lower(around 20) because i have larger bearing clearance but its no big deal.
Youll notice the pressure will exceed 80 when the oil is cold, this is normal