honda oil cooler on ebay with 0 bids

Item number: 190088692154

if your looking for 1 I have the summers racing oil cooler kit that I would part with. I'm getting ready to part out my 650l motard and that is one of the after market goodies I will be letting go.

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I'm watching that one for my 96 xr600.

I'm watching that one too, probably along with 75 other people now. :applause:

I have an old xr400 cooler sitting around anyone interested???...its just collecting dust. i dont know what the logistics are with trying to hook it up:confused: and dont want it or need it.

i got acouple pm's about that cooler...I really hate dealing with shipping and all that. i'd really rather not...sorry. anyone local(so cal) wants it?

we will see what happens though when i get a little time. with the baja 250 this weekend and 2 days of baja ridinng to go with it i'm alittle busy

Mike

You have to buy the oil lines before you can install the oil cooler. I tryed to find the needed stuff to do so at a local hydrolic hose shop and they told me that the connectors that I needed wasn't avalable. I got sick of looking and just bought the summers racing kit and it mounted great.

Anyone hear get that oil cooler?

You have to buy the oil lines before you can install the oil cooler. I tryed to find the needed stuff to do so at a local hydrolic hose shop and they told me that the connectors that I needed wasn't avalable. I got sick of looking and just bought the summers racing kit and it mounted great.

i would agree with htis lots of specialty sizes on the brp

if anyone is interested i have a cooler in awsome shape with lines it's from a xr250 cheap it's just sitting in a box:cry:

I'm in SoCal and if the price is right......... cash is too :applause:

EDIT: Around Lancaster/Antelope Valley.

just curious,

I live and ride here in SoCal so it can get pretty hot. how do you know when your 600RR is overheated and how often does it really happen? are the oil coolers really necessary, at least on a stock motor?

It's too hot when the oil temp goes to 300 degrees or more. Ideally it would be kept around 230-260. It needs to be hot enough to boil off any water condensation, but not so hot that the oil breaks down.

Unless you have a thermometer oil cap, you don't know it's too hot until something gets hurt. I run mine slightly rich and try to get healthy shots of high speed/low load cool off time, at least until I get fin extensions and an oil cooler.

Since Honda put them on the 250 and 400s, I interpret that to mean that the 600s could stand to have one also.

I have the summers racing cooler on my motarded 650l and oil temp hardly ever goes above 220.

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