Hello everyone! I just bought my first 360 (which also happens to be my 1st Ferrari ^^), and though the car seems to have been very well taken care of by the previous owner, I am raising a list of all the things I will want to do/check before I start running the car regularly. One of my concerns is the infamous gearbox oil/coolant heat exchanger. I am not happy with the idea of having such a time-bomb in my car, and am looking for alternative solutions. I saw some people simply deleted it (not a good idea IMHO), or replaced it with a relocated oil/air cooler as found on the 355/360 Challenge cars. So far, my understanding is that the cooling system is as follows: Image Unavailable, Please Login So, of I am right, removing the stock heat exchanger (32) would theoretically raise the engine temperature, since the thermostat is supposed to open at a certain temperature once the exchanger has heated the coolant out of the engine; without the exchanger, the engine would needs to heat up more for the coolant to reach the same temperature. Can anyone confirm or discard my analysis so far? Thanks a lot!