So your VW didn't come with a very efficient oil cooler? Thats not a problem any more with the introduction of our street series oil cooler kit. This kit has everything you need to install a proper cooler on your 2.5L.
On Sale For Only $399.99
This kit includes
A Massive 24 Row Oil Cooler
IE Oil Cooler Adapter Plate
Coolant Port Plug W/ Worm Gear Clamp
* Fits Mk5 and Mk6 VW 2.5L
(Race Series Kits Also Available With Built In Thermostat And 36 Row Oil Cooler)
This looks like an awesome kit. But I have to ask, is there anybody out there autocrossing their MKVI 2.5? I can't imagine you would ever need an aftermarket oil cooler daily driving.
I am not being a jerk, but would you please explain to the guys out there why you would need this?
This really is not something you would need for a daily drier that never gets driven hard. What it is made for is guys that like to push their cars. Like fast backcountry driving, autocross, summer drag racing, going to track days, long summer road trips, forced induction guys, etc.
So how exactly does this work? Where does it/would it mount?
Sorry for all the questions. Is there a chance you have instructions on mounting or can point us to a thread on doing so?
AWESOME!!! Living in South Florida I can say that an external oil cooler is beneficial if you are performance minded. I noticed a difference in power with my 98 VR6 during the summer heat. Glad to see someone produced one so quickly.
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