Feb 07, 2012 Calling all tech heads: Im convinced that my street tarded 540 EXC needs an oil cooler. Sometimes it can be a long freeway ride to the back roads. I looked at HT and Joe Racer. Joe Racer was funky and the HT while clean, is expensive and does not appear to be a good radiator design. But, I did notice that the HT just uses the output and delivery to the cam lube, which says to me you could useBillet aluminum sandwich plates Stainless steel braided lines Thermostatic and nonthermostatic options ht racing oil cooler
Oct 14, 2007 Hey guys, just new to the forums. I picked myself up an 04 ktm 450exc. Im dual sporting it and because of the low amount of oil in the system im planning on putting an oil cooler on it. Im not sure what to get the HT or joe racer one. The HT one is more expensive and only holds 600 odd ccs of oil
Find B& M SuperCooler Oil Coolers and get Free Shipping on Orders Over 99 at Summit Racing! The last thing you need in the middle of a race or a road trip is to have a Jul 19, 2011 I have a 2009 KTM 530 EXC and while surfing the web, I ran across this thingie the HT Oil Cooler Those that have one, is it worth it? how about the mounting location? is it exposed or good? I know its a bit expensive, but if it adds oil capacity, I would think its worth itht racing oil cooler Aug 09, 2011 Might consider doing that ahead of the oil cooler. And yes, it won't stop the bike from consuming oil, it'll still need to be checked and topped up just as often. There are other oil cooler models that mount up behind the left side radiator such as the Twin Air one you liked to, Fluidyne and I think Pro Circuit make one too.
Dec 10, 2016 I just picked up a 525 with an HT oil cooler, it's been on the bike since new. PO indicated it's been problem free but I haven't changed the oil yet. He pointed out 2 extra steps when changing the oil; drain the cooler in addition to the crankcase. Add a qt of oil at fill time, crank the motor to fill the cooler, then add the rest to total 1. 8 qts. ht racing oil cooler