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> 48 row oil cooler with fan, brackets and shroud $100
Blainefab
post Aug 10 2016, 04:22 AM
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This setup is lightly used, I built it for a Subaru Sti, my customer did a couple track days with it, then got a job with Ebay and parked the car. Probably less than 10hrs run time on it - motor was fine so it should be clean but best to thoroughly clean any used oil cooler before putting back into service.

Cooler is a stacked plate 48 row, 11" x 11" x 1.5", the brand name is under a bracket, it says made in Canada. It's probably a B&M or Derale. Ports are 1/2" NPT, fittings are -10AN.

Fan is 12" dia Permacool, brackets and partial shroud are custom Blaine Fab. The whole fan/cooler/shroud assy is about 16" tall by 12" wide x 4-1/4" thick, could be adapted to fit a variety of other radiators, or used as a stand alone. New cost on the cooler and fan is about $215, I'm asking $130 plus shipping - that includes the brackets, AN fittings, cooler and fan, but not the radiator. How about $100

It is currently mounted on an aftermarket aluminum Sti (I think it was a 2005 model) radiator, which is not included, but if you need the radiator too, let me know and I'll get details on it and cut a good deal.

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post Sep 25 2017, 10:15 PM
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QUOTE (Blainefab @ Aug 9 2016, 09:22 PM) *
This setup is lightly used, I built it for a Subaru Sti, my customer did a couple track days with it, then got a job with Ebay and parked the car. Probably less than 10hrs run time on it - motor was fine so it should be clean but best to thoroughly clean any used oil cooler before putting back into service.

Cooler is a stacked plate 48 row, 11" x 11" x 1.5", the brand name is under a bracket, it says made in Canada. It's probably a B&M or Derale. Ports are 1/2" NPT, fittings are -10AN.

Fan is 12" dia Permacool, brackets and partial shroud are custom Blaine Fab. The whole fan/cooler/shroud assy is about 16" tall by 12" wide x 4-1/4" thick, could be adapted to fit a variety of other radiators, or used as a stand alone. New cost on the cooler and fan is about $215, I'm asking $130 plus shipping - that includes the brackets, AN fittings, cooler and fan, but not the radiator. How about $100

It is currently mounted on an aftermarket aluminum Sti (I think it was a 2005 model) radiator, which is not included, but if you need the radiator too, let me know and I'll get details on it and cut a good deal.


Still available, lowered the price
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post Sep 29 2017, 12:07 AM
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Gene - I PM'd the shipping, $21 UPS

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Alan

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post Sep 29 2017, 04:47 PM
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Alan,

Got it. Sorry, yesterday was a little hectic. Money sent! Thank you.
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post Sep 30 2017, 02:57 AM
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Sold, and shipped.

Thanks Gene!

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post Oct 5 2017, 06:50 PM
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Alan, The box was handed to me this afternoon. I haven't opened it yet, but the box looks fine.

Funny, we have a new UPS driver, as the current guy is slowly working his way into retirement. So the old guy was showing the new guy the residential customers. The truck showed up with an escort, the old guy's F250 CC!! Delivering very important parts, no doubt! (IMG:style_emoticons/default/2thumbs.gif)

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post Oct 11 2017, 03:58 PM
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Looks good. Still not sure what I'll do with it, but the price was right. The picture didn't do the size justice. It's bigger than it looks in the picture above. Thanks, Alan!
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