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    Thank you very much @mattrobertson and friends for the write up. Realy helped me complete my own PS cooler upgrade and oil cooler sandwich plate install. Look forward to putting them through some tough days, again thanks for your r & d and constant updates.



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    People still doing the cooler upgrades? Cool!

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    what's she look like with clothes on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Z View Post
    what's she look like with clothes on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by d rock no ice View Post
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    Frankencooler is Here. Modular Auxiliary Cooling For The 5.7/6.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by d rock no ice View Post
    Thank you very much @mattrobertson and friends for the write up. Realy helped me complete my own PS cooler upgrade and oil cooler sandwich plate install. Look forward to putting them through some tough days, again thanks for your r & d and constant updates.
    I don't see any sort of NVH damping material in the mounting setup...is it all just hard-mounted directly to the crashbar? I believe it was addressed early in the thread when Meister's setup developed a leak, and I remember some cooler manufacturers recommended it too.

    I used Earl's coolers and their brackets which included foam/rubber/neoprene pads to help isolate the cooler from vibrations. The Hellcat oil cooler does this as well with what looks like two big rubber bushings in the mounting holes.

    You also have it mounted via just the upper ears...no concerns there? It was a potential issue that Matt solved early in the thread with simple stainless steel all-thread making it much more stable and fully supported.
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    Frankencooler is Here. Modular Auxiliary Cooling For The 5.7/6.1

    Quote Originally Posted by TheFrankenberry View Post
    I don't see any sort of NVH damping material in the mounting setup...is it all just hard-mounted directly to the crashbar? I believe it was addressed early in the thread when Meister's setup developed a leak, and I remember some cooler manufacturers recommended it too.

    I used Earl's coolers and their brackets which included foam/rubber/neoprene pads to help isolate the cooler from vibrations. The Hellcat oil cooler does this as well with what looks like two big rubber bushings in the mounting holes.

    You also have it mounted via just the upper ears...no concerns there? It was a potential issue that Matt solved early in the thread with simple stainless steel all-thread making it much more stable and fully supported.
    Thanks for pointing that out I over looked that. I think the neoprene pads would be the best bet.
    I did just mount the upper ears directly to the crash bar w/ Z brackets, my plan was to use the threaded dowels like the OG’s but ended up not feeling the need considering how sturdy it was. But hey after some miles I can easily make adjustments...but think the neoprene pads is a good immediate one.


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    You'll be fine...

    There's not enough short-term vibration loading on our rides to worry about - even if it was (directly) mounted to the engine itself. Damping / energy dissipation rules...
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    Quote Originally Posted by d rock no ice View Post
    Thank you very much @mattrobertson and friends for the write up. Realy helped me complete my own PS cooler upgrade and oil cooler sandwich plate install. Look forward to putting them through some tough days, again thanks for your r & d and constant updates.
    Beautiful car and superb installation job!

    A caution is that the cooling capacity of that Mish EOC is about 16% less than the Earl's EOC on Matt's car.

    Setrab publishes the best information on EOCs. By their charts, that Mish EOC is suitable for a 260 HP engine.

    However, your design gives much better air flow than Matt's.

    This is a long way of saying, be sure to check your oil temperature under load.

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    Frankencooler is Here. Modular Auxiliary Cooling For The 5.7/6.1

    Quote Originally Posted by OttoPilot View Post
    Beautiful car and superb installation job!

    A caution is that the cooling capacity of that Mish EOC is about 16% less than the Earl's EOC on Matt's car.

    Setrab publishes the best information on EOCs. By their charts, that Mish EOC is suitable for a 260 HP engine.

    However, your design gives much better air flow than Matt's.

    This is a long way of saying, be sure to check your oil temperature under load.
    Hey thanks! Good research and thank you. I figured I would go bigger if I felt the need or saw high temps but I do primarily autoX the car but i rarely plan to road course the car and won’t be anywhere close to the limits like Matt and others.


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