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HPF Chris 06-25-2012 03:19 PM

OIL TEMPS GETTING HOT - HPF Oil Cooler Group Buy!!
 
It's that time of year again where temperatures skyrocket!! If you own an E46 M3 than you've probably seen the oil temp gauge needle to the right of the centerline. Don't ruin your engine by overheating it. We've taken the E46 M3 factory oil cooler to a completely new level for all NA, supercharged and turbocharged M3's. This is a plug and play oil cooler that simply bolts right in and replaces the factory oil cooler. The factory oil cooler lines simply connect to our new oil cooler so no need for AN fittings or steel braided lines. This oil cooler also has brackets that are designed to work for NA, supercharged, and even provides mounting locations for the HPF FMIC to connect right up to it for our turbo guys. We also built ducting directly into the oil cooler to bring cool air up from below and to redirect heated air flowing across the radiator around the oil cooler and not through it. This oil cooler design also retains the factory fan shroud, A/C fan, A/C lines and radiator location and configuration. Installation is a snap and the average at home do it yourselfer can install this themselves.

HPF OIL COOLER FEATURES

400% Increase in Core Volume
Factory Core Dimensions: 23" x 1.5" x 2.75" - HPF Core Dimensions: 26" x 4" x 3.6"
Superior Bar and Plate Core Design
Powder Coated Radiator Ducting and Inlet Scoop
Polished Aluminum
Billet End Tanks

GROUP BUY SPECIAL PRICING (SAVE $200)
NA without ducting - $895 - Group Buy Price $695
Supercharged and Turbocharged w/ducting $995 - Group Buy Price $795
HPF OIL COOLERS IN STOCK TODAY
Call now to get on the group buy list AND SAVE $200 (503) 256-5600 or email sales@horsepowerfreaks.com



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PatmanSC 06-25-2012 04:43 PM

how long will the group buy last?

HPF Chris 06-25-2012 05:11 PM

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Originally Posted by PatmanSC (Post 14516860)
how long will the group buy last?

The group buy will last until July 15th. I want a minimum of 10 orders by then to close it out.

Chris.

gixxer 06-25-2012 07:44 PM

Is there any picture with the installation (even a mock up would do)? I would be interested in the version that supports supercharged one (AA) with ducting (AA).

Dreikraft 06-25-2012 10:58 PM

how easy to install?
... and are you going to be stocking the fluidyne radiator when it releases?

Forcefed M3 06-25-2012 11:08 PM

It took me 45 min to do mine. I was in Phoenix during the summer and drove my car hard with this oil cooler. Temps never went past the half way mark!

Dreikraft 06-25-2012 11:14 PM

ok.
i want the radiator more than the cooler but itd be nice to never see it hit noon.
whats it like in cold weather tho? (40f and below) can you even get it to 11o clock?

Forcefed M3 06-25-2012 11:18 PM

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Originally Posted by Dreikraft (Post 14517888)
ok.
i want the radiator more than the cooler but itd be nice to never see it hit noon.
whats it like in cold weather tho? (40f and below) can you even get it to 11o clock?

In cold weather it sits about 11:00.

HPF Chris 06-25-2012 11:52 PM

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Originally Posted by gixxer (Post 14517301)
Is there any picture with the installation (even a mock up would do)? I would be interested in the version that supports supercharged one (AA) with ducting (AA).

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HPF Chris 06-25-2012 11:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Dreikraft (Post 14517827)
how easy to install?
... and are you going to be stocking the fluidyne radiator when it releases?

Installation is quite simple and we will definitely be stocking the fluidyne radiator.

HPF Chris 06-25-2012 11:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dreikraft (Post 14517888)
ok.
i want the radiator more than the cooler but itd be nice to never see it hit noon.
whats it like in cold weather tho? (40f and below) can you even get it to 11o clock?

Mine likes to run a little to the left of centerline all the time hot or cold weather. Other people can chime in on theirs.

Chris.

HighBoostin330 06-26-2012 02:50 AM

Any specials on the fan clutch like you had last year?

lrinco01 06-26-2012 08:11 AM

Sweeeet! I ordered mine and can't wait TO SEE it installed and in Action! thanks KIRK!

Ky///m3 06-26-2012 09:29 AM

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Originally Posted by HPF Chris (Post 14517981)
Mine likes to run a little to the left of centerline all the time hot or cold weather. Other people can chime in on theirs.

Chris.

same here

Commanderwiggin 06-26-2012 10:21 AM

Most often mine runs left of center under normal semi-spirited driving. A 15 lap session at streets of willow with ambient temps around 15'C was just right of center. 5 Laps in 40'C heat and was heading farther right...I don't recall how far as I was watching my coolant temps get near the red and backed off...it was retardedly hot that day.

HPF Chris 06-26-2012 11:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Commanderwiggin (Post 14518830)
Most often mine runs left of center under normal semi-spirited driving. A 15 lap session at streets of willow with ambient temps around 15'C was just right of center. 5 Laps in 40'C heat and was heading farther right...I don't recall how far as I was watching my coolant temps get near the red and backed off...it was retardedly hot that day.

Coolant temps need to be addressed by other means. We run water wetter, the performance clutch fan and wire the A/C fan to be on all the time.

Quote:

Originally Posted by lrinco01
Sweeeet! I ordered mine and can't wait TO SEE it installed and in Action! thanks KIRK!

No more worrying about oil temps. :)

Quote:

Originally Posted by HighBoostin330
Any specials on the fan clutch like you had last year?

I'll do $115 on the fan clutch for this week only.

Chris.

Commanderwiggin 06-26-2012 12:38 PM

I also run a perfect 50/50 mix with one bottle of water wetter, hpf fan clutch but no a/c fan on all the time...but at Vegas in the 40'C heat...I don't think that would fix it...any other time my temps have been perfect...even last year at Mfest my temps were better.

Dreikraft 06-26-2012 12:51 PM

How do I wire the ac fan?
I'll take the f clutch for 115 :)

HighBoostin330 06-26-2012 02:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HPF Chris (Post 14519031)
...I'll do $115 on the fan clutch for this week only.

Chris.

How do I jump on this deal? :D

jayc 06-27-2012 08:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HighBoostin330 (Post 14519596)
How do I jump on this deal? :D

mE TOO!


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