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328 oil cooler info wanted...

Discussion in 'Technical Q&A' started by Peter, Oct 21, 2004.

  1. Peter

    Peter F1 Veteran
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    May someone please provide me the dimensions of the oil cooler? I'm looking for:

    -Thickness of the cooling matrix
    -Height & width of matrix
    -Overall height (including mounting tabs)
    -Overall width (including hose nipples)

    I'd appreciate fairly accurate measurements - not eyeballing from a distance - so it'd probably be easier is someone has one out of their car to take these measurements (or for you parts suppliers, if its on your shelf).

    Many thanks in advance...
     
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  3. ferrarifixer

    ferrarifixer F1 Veteran
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    If you're trying to source one don't waste your time. The thread fitting is also an unusual one, and F-UK and Superformance both sell them for very reasonable prices....about 90 pounds.
     
  4. Peter

    Peter F1 Veteran
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    That's who I'd buy it from, but I want to know the specifics beforehand.

    You obviously know that it too is also an unusual thread, so would you mind posting the specs please... And also the dimensions as I had requested...

    Thanks
     
  5. Ferrari_tech

    Ferrari_tech Formula 3

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    Peter,

    Thickness of matrix 50mm
    Height and width of matrix 258mm & 154mm
    Overall height 316mm
    Overall width 183mm

    Item measured was new original Setrab cooler #135774
     
  6. Ferrari_tech

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    Thread sise 30 x 1.5 (metric)
     
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  8. Peter

    Peter F1 Veteran
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    Thank you very, very much Malcolm, that's exactly what I needed to know.
     

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