Stock oil cooler to the rear
Just wanted to show y'all what I did to eliminate any oil line concerns. I pulled the stock cooler, and it looked like a decent quality piece and about the right size, so I just made a mounting bracket and new lines and moved it to the passenger side engine bay air intake. I was able to place it so that it only blocks air flowing over the fender liner, so I am guessing that it will actually improve airflow over the engine as well. Note that the foam on the cooler seals against the clam and the fender liner.
All I needed was a simple bracket (made myself), the stock cooler, about 6' of 5/8 push-lok line, and 4x 90* 5/8BSp push-lok fittings. Total cost to me was around $100 (fittings were expensive).
I did not have to pull either clam, in the rear I was able to do everything from the bottom and by pulling the fender liner. I had to pull most of the mounting bolts for the front clam to get the old cooler and lines out, but since one of the bolts is frozen on my car I didn't pull the rest and was able to squeeze the cooler out. If you wanted to trim the fiberglass bracket that holds the cooler in place you could take it right out without pulling anything, but I want to be able to put my car back to stock someday if I want, so I did it the hard way.
Sorry for the crappy pictures, but hopefully you can get the idea. I can post more if anyone wants.
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