Aye thats it, my mistake didne see you were in merican money. $ 57.65 Aussie money at my door.
I was meaning that cause you were saying that the cooler was so good at getting rid of heat, even when standing still, that it might take a while longer to get up to operating temperature. I've always let my motors warm up, while others just get on and ride off with the choke on. Different strokes I guess. Might just be me.
Back in the day when oil coolers were a new thing, guys would put covers over their coolers in winter, thermostatic valves have made covers obsolete now.
Up here 10 to 12c is average mid day temp for 5 to 6 months. So maybe the oil might get a wee bit too cool in winter? Just a thought. An don't get caught out late at that time of year. Lol.
Easy enough to put on or off no doubt, me, I like the look of it anyway.
Hay Retro, I was expecting you as a Scientist to give us a bit of feed back on my theory on opperating temps. Right or wrong, either way.
I'm still waiting for my to arrive, nine days an counting.
I fitted one on my 2012 Road king (a small slot needed to be cut out, so as to slide under hoses ), althought it comes with an oil cooler ailready it always ran rough when stopping at the lights, I have no temp gauges so could not comment on how much cooler it runs but straight away noticed it idles much better at the lights after normal riding...for me thats says indeed it runs cooler & worth the small outlay.cheers
Thanks for the the reply, yeah spose u can't get too cool with oil when u think about it, I can be a wee bit thick at times.
Traced the cooler to the New york air port on its way out, on the 9th, think I'd better go down the post offic on monday, think its got lost on the way over.
Thanks again Dug