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    Like the subject says, motor should be done soon. And wanted to get rid of this. Any pros or cons ? I was told to.replace the oil cooler and lines because of the spun bearing. But this might be easier.

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    I'd give James at Cobra Engineering a call to see if he has any on the shelf, Will. He may not but, if he does they are probably the nicest out there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by greyflakesnake View Post
    Like the subject says, motor should be done soon. And wanted to get rid of this. Any pros or cons ? I was told to.replace the oil cooler and lines because of the spun bearing. But this might be easier.
    http://www.modularmotorsportsracing....roducts_id=969

    We have everything you need here and in stock. The filter relocation kit is the best way to do the kit for your appliation, our parts are all made right here at our Camarillo Ca facility:




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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod Mustang Racing View Post
    http://www.modularmotorsportsracing....roducts_id=969We have everything you need here and in stock. The filter relocation kit is the best way to do the kit for your appliation, our parts are all made right here at our Camarillo Ca facility:
    when running this kit what is to be done about the lower radiator hose...does the OE hose connect/fit to your block adapter?and...should the t-stat also be relocated up top and then do cross over delete too? in regards to mostly street cars.....all accessories with a/c etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03sonicblu View Post
    when running this kit what is to be done about the lower radiator hose...does the OE hose connect/fit to your block adapter?and...should the t-stat also be relocated up top and then do cross over delete too? in regards to mostly street cars.....all accessories with a/c etc.

    Yes, you connect the lower radiator hose to the MMR barbed fitting. You can retain the thermostat in its factory location or use one of the mmr thermostat housings which also have the provision for the bypass line, the crossover delete is not required for this kit however:


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