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    Thread: INA : Aluminum Oil filter housing & Mocal Oil Cooler Conversion Kit

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      05-28-2010 08:37 PM #1
      Long title but the name says it all...

      We have all had rough days where removing the plastic oil filter cap on the stock 2.0 FSI | TSI engines resulted in a crack right down the middle. After a while changing this $150 part becomes a PITA.We hit the drawing board and engineered a kit that benefits everyone by incorporating a cast aluminum oil filter housing AND a screw on oil filter. We have also gone a step further! You can now have an air cooled oil cooler kit from Mocal added to your kit. (some assembly MAY be required).



      KIT INCLUDES:
      (1) Modified 1.8T 06A Oil filter housing
      (1) INA Engineering Adapter plate to allow use on 06F block + rubber o-ring.
      (1) Mocal 19 Row oil cooler
      (1) Mocal thermostatic sandwhich plate w/ fittings
      (1) Oil filter housing gasket
      (4) 90* XRP fittings
      (3) M7 bolts (custom for the additional thickness of the plate)
      (1) M8 bolt
      (1) MANN replacement METAL oil filter.
      (8) Feet of XRP Nylon hosing

      PRICE : $799 USD + SHIPPING

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      05-28-2010 09:45 PM #2
      This is a great product. Cant wait to get mine

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      05-28-2010 10:05 PM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by IMAN973 View Post
      This is a great product. Cant wait to get mine
      When do you want yours?
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    4. 05-28-2010 10:11 PM #4
      good stuff

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      05-28-2010 10:30 PM #5
      Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
      When do you want yours?
      I thought you shipped it before your tour of Europe HAHA SEND THAT ISH OUT CUZ

    6. 05-28-2010 11:46 PM #6
      What happens to the crankcase breather port?

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      05-29-2010 11:36 AM #7
      Quote Originally Posted by crew219 View Post
      What happens to the crankcase breather port?
      You run it to the catch can. I assume 80% of the people on here are running a catch can by now. If not you tie it into the OEM breather port.
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    8. 05-29-2010 12:45 PM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
      You run it to the catch can. I assume 80% of the people on here are running a catch can by now. If not you tie it into the OEM breather port.
      Just not seeing an outlet for it in your kit.

      The OEM oil filter housing has the oil separator and outlet port built in up top.

      Can't quite tell what the port on your adapter plate is for. Looks like a provision for an oil temp or pressure sender.

      Dave

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      05-29-2010 01:47 PM #9
      Dave
      if you look closely at the top of the oil filter housing there is a port for the crankcase breather. We use a machined fitting (seen below the 90* fittings for the oil cooler) and a cir clip to secure it into the housing.
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    10. 05-29-2010 03:22 PM #10
      Quote Originally Posted by INA View Post
      Dave
      if you look closely at the top of the oil filter housing there is a port for the crankcase breather. We use a machined fitting (seen below the 90* fittings for the oil cooler) and a cir clip to secure it into the housing.
      Ah good to know. For some reason I thought it was a coolant connection.

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      05-29-2010 04:27 PM #11
      Quote Originally Posted by crew219 View Post
      Ah good to know. For some reason I thought it was a coolant connection.

      Dave
      No
      that is capped off
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      06-01-2010 10:03 AM #12
      Guys if you have access to sourcing a 1.8T oil filter housing, we can knock 200 USD off the price tag.
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      06-02-2010 09:22 PM #14
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      06-16-2010 05:57 PM #15
      Vortex at 80% functionality bump!
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    16. 06-17-2010 12:45 AM #16
      very very cool!! what kind of gains can someone see from the oil cooler?

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      06-17-2010 01:24 PM #17
      Quote Originally Posted by rkmoore View Post
      very very cool!! what kind of gains can someone see from the oil cooler?
      cooler oil?
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      06-18-2010 01:15 AM #18
      what kind of temp drops have you guys been able to log so far?
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      06-21-2010 02:36 AM #19
      I've been running a custom Mocal setup on my Corrado VR since 2004 ...I wouldn't put a similar setup on a vehicle unless I started seeing higher than normal temps.

      So, has anyone surpassed the factory cooling abilities? I'm not buying that whole "cracked housing" bologna ...sounds like an extreme overtightening would be the cause if it ever did occur.
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      06-21-2010 07:25 AM #20
      A lot of people do over tighten the housing and crack it. My old motto is if it breaks upgrade it to something better so it doesnt break again. And in this case this is the upgrade so you dont have to worry about cracking it. Personally i have never cracked it but i know a lot of people who have.

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      06-22-2010 03:00 PM #21
      Quote Originally Posted by IMAN973 View Post
      A lot of people do over tighten the housing and crack it. My old motto is if it breaks upgrade it to something better so it doesnt break again. And in this case this is the upgrade so you dont have to worry about cracking it. Personally i have never cracked it but i know a lot of people who have.
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      06-23-2010 09:41 AM #23


      1.8T guys have all the fun....
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      08-16-2010 06:05 PM #24
      TSI kits in stock too!
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      08-18-2010 02:56 PM #25
      looks pretty straight forward, but would love to see a pic of it INSTALLED, that billet block looks hefty....

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      08-19-2010 08:30 AM #26
      Quote Originally Posted by brucelee91 View Post
      looks pretty straight forward, but would love to see a pic of it INSTALLED, that billet block looks hefty....

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      09-16-2010 08:34 PM #27
      Looking good my friend!!!!

      You might want to also post in the 2.0 TSI/TFSI forum as well

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      09-17-2010 09:51 PM #28
      I will shortly
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      09-17-2010 10:14 PM #29
      Installed pictures and a full diy will be coming soon. There will also be some tips and advice as to where you can mount the core for optimal efficiency. In one of the locations, there will be an option for an air directing shroud the will increase flow to the core. Stay tuned

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      10-25-2010 07:55 PM #30
      any pics of it installed IMAN?

      also, does anyone have logs of oil temps with the stock water cooled oil cooler?
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      10-26-2010 10:19 AM #31
      Quote Originally Posted by Krieger View Post
      any pics of it installed IMAN?

      also, does anyone have logs of oil temps with the stock water cooled oil cooler?
      Heres some of the first install pics. I didnt fab the oil cooler shroud yet because i still need the rad support off for the other thing im building
      Sorry for the weird sized pics



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      10-26-2010 03:18 PM #32
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    33. 10-31-2010 10:27 PM #33
      Nice manifold

    34. 11-02-2010 01:25 AM #34
      Well even though most of the other manifolds were "flashier", somehow i kinda like this one better

      Issam did you make this ?

      Looking really good, and compact.Although once again i don't like that sideways TB placement, but
      i guess all you guys making them must have your reasons.Still, very good job indeed.

      Once again hoping SOMEONE would make a flaps manifold for us OEM guys... *sigh*

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      11-02-2010 02:14 AM #35
      Quote Originally Posted by GolfRS View Post
      Well even though most of the other manifolds were "flashier", somehow i kinda like this one better

      Issam did you make this ?

      Looking really good, and compact.Although once again i don't like that sideways TB placement, but
      i guess all you guys making them must have your reasons.Still, very good job indeed.

      Once again hoping SOMEONE would make a flaps manifold for us OEM guys... *sigh*
      Sam supplied me with the head flange and cast runners. I made the rest of the mani using half round extrusion and cncd valocity stacks.

      The placement of the throttle body is very common in the racing world. If i feel there is a problem i can always do what ed at ffe did and add some aluminum pipe to the plenum to change the tb orientation.

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