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BPD HD Oil Cooler Question / Clarification

Ok.. I'm interested in the BPD HD kit. Does it completely delete the factory oil filter since it has a better micron spin on one? Also, heard continued issues of oil temps above 240 when towing heavy due to a lack of air over surface area of cooler. Any way to remote mount a larger cooler in the bed or against the framerail with an electric fan big enough to put EOT in a choke hold .. No matter what weight and OAT you torture it with ? Thanks for your wisdom in advance

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Yes the BPD oil cooler system removes the old filter and uses the spin on. Yes temps can be an issue especially here in AZ... Get a 1997 7.3 diesel machanical fan clutch and BPD adapter and call it a day.

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Ok.. I'm interested in the BPD HD kit. Does it completely delete the factory oil filter since it has a better micron spin on one? Also, heard continued issues of oil temps above 240 when towing heavy due to a lack of air over surface area of cooler. Any way to remote mount a larger cooler in the bed or against the framerail with an electric fan big enough to put EOT in a choke hold .. No matter what weight and OAT you torture it with ? Thanks for your wisdom in advance
Great question!

We have two options for our kits: one that eliminates the factory oil filtration and uses the Bullet Proof Diesel oil filtration, (which is the one we highly recommend) or retains the OEM oil filtration.

We also have the fan clutch adapter that allows you to implement a 1997 7.3 fan clutch (mechanical) to your system.

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Re: BPD HD Oil Cooler Question / Clarification

Thanks for the input. Trying to put a larger remote mounted oil cooler with a fan in the bed would be impossible or overkill?

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Re: BPD HD Oil Cooler Question / Clarification

Personally I think it's a bad idea due to the extended amount of time it would take your oil to fill and get up to pressure with all those extra feet of lines after being shutdown.


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SCT, no studs...yet, Dual OEM intake air filter housings, Banks intercooler & intake elbow, Banks exhaust syatem, Windrunner ported intake manifold, Bullet Proof Diesel remote oil cooler & thermostat, AirDog2 (plus a couple spares), Power steering filter (Amsoil dual-bypass), MagTec deep ATF pan, Electric oil pre-lub pump, Dakota Digital gauges.
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That's true Term.... I've seen remote mounted oil and tranny coolers mounted in beds and on roll cages on rock crawlers and trophy trucks and didn't know if that same concept could be replicated with the BPD kit

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I think it would be ok if you had an oil accumulator that you could discharge before every startup or if you had an electric pre-luber like I have.


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I think it would be ok if you had an oil accumulator that you could discharge before every startup or if you had an electric pre-luber like I have.


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Where did you pickup your electric preluber ? What brand? And how exactly does it operate? I.E. Does it cycle on with your glow plugs or do you have it hard wired to a manual switch?

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I picked it up about 12 years ago, don't recall the manufacture. It has a controller that starts the pump as soon as the key is turned or I hit the remote start for the truck. I have it adjusted so when I use my remote start it runs until a few seconds after the truck is started. After the truck is shutdown it runs for three minutes, also adjustable. I use 1/2" stainless steel tubing connected in place of the drain plug as I didn't care for the supplied rubber hose. I also have a switch that I can turn it on which makes oil changes a standup job. :)


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