Created: February 03, 2011
In the past, fitting an oil cooler was mandatory once an engine had been even slightly uprated. The main cause for this was the quality of Motor Oils available at that time. If the oil temperatures exceeded a specific point, then engine failure was almost guaranteed.
Created: January 25, 2001
Very few understand just what the cooling system does and how it does it, and that incompatibility between the cooling system's capability and an upgraded engine can spell disaster for the new engine.
Created: January 30, 2000
Cooling problems have long been a part of the lore of British cars, and anything that can be done to relieve the situation is a welcome thing. The conversion discussed here can be accomplished in an afternoon, requires no special tools and no new holes need to be drilled!