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Old 03-25-2013, 01:01 PM   #1
Mishimoto
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Default Mishimoto Releases Dual Pass Oil Coolers!



Mishimoto has developed a brand new universal dual pass oil cooler for enthusiasts that demand the most from their vehicles. Keeping oil temperatures in control is crucial for a successful day at the track, street or strip. High engine oil temperatures can promote engine wear and lead to serious internal engine damage. The Mishimoto dual pass cooler is constructed from high pressure internal tubes rated to 120psi and is built to handle the most extreme conditions.

The Mishimoto dual pass cooler offers an extremely large surface cooling area thanks to 8mm external fins so you can concentrate more on driving and less on temperatures. These coolers also possess the ability to cool all of your automotive fluids such as transmission and power steering fluid. As with all of our products the Mishimoto dual pass cooler is protected with our signature lifetime warranty.

19 Row Tech Specs

Overall size
14.80" x 8.27" x 1.77"

Core
11.81" x 7.80"

Core thickness
1.42"

Inlet
-10AN

Outlet
-10AN

Construction
Tube & fin w/ cut & weld end tanks

Fluid Capacity
0.79 Quarts (0.75L)

Purchase Includes
Mishimoto Oil Cooler
Limited Lifetime Warranty


25 Row Tech Specs

Overall size
14.80" x 11.57" x 1.77"

Core
11.81" x 10.16"

Core thickness
1.42"

Inlet
-10AN

Outlet
-10AN

Construction
Tube & fin w/ cut & weld end tanks

Fluid Capacity
1.04 Quarts (.98L)

Purchase Includes
Mishimoto Oil Cooler
Limited Lifetime Warranty









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For more images and information visit the product pages for these coolers found here!

Feel free to ask any questions.

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Old 03-26-2013, 04:52 AM   #2
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Don't dual pass heat exchangers have a lot of pressure drop?
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Old 03-26-2013, 09:07 PM   #3
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Do a comparison of a setrab oil cooler
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Old 03-27-2013, 10:13 AM   #4
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Don't dual pass heat exchangers have a lot of pressure drop?
During testing we experienced minimal pressure loss compared to our standard coolers. The 25 row cooler mounted on our 2003 WRX saw around 4psi of drop in oil pressure and most vehicles will exhibit around 3-4 psi.

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Old 03-28-2013, 06:34 PM   #5
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Default oil cooler

how did you mount that huge oil cooler? Pics?
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Old 04-04-2013, 09:25 AM   #6
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how did you mount that huge oil cooler? Pics?
For our testing purposes a custom bracket was fabricated and the cooler was mounted in the front bumper area. Obviously with such a large cooler we were unable to fit the bumper back on the WRX.

The overall dimensions of these dual pass coolers should be considered when selecting a mounting location because of the large size. That being said they are extremely efficient heat exchangers.

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