I just finished installing a single rear oil cooler, I'm in the middle of installing oil temp gauge (oil pan), and I still need to remove the two front coolers and lines. I swapped the sandwich plate thermostat wax "bullet" with a 200*F "bullet", and I wired the Spal fan on the oil cooler to a toggle switch in the cockpit. I like the fact that the oil cooler doesn't add heat load to the coolant radiator, and the fan switch adds a degree of control. I expect I'll mostly leave the fan off when on the street, and switch it on at the track. I don't doubt that the Laminova is a good solution, but since I still have A/C, and drive it on the street, I just wondered if overheating (the coolant) might be an issue on a hot day, stop and go traffic, with A/C on. Situation best avoided, I know.