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AE82 F2000 / 13... Oui... Une Toy' !!!
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29-04-2019, 13:48:47   -   RE: AE82 F2000 / 13... Oui... Une Toy' !!!
Il paraît que ça fait merder le vvt ou je ne sais quoi...
ça m'embête de tester sur la caisse de course, il faut que je remonte le mulet pour essayer Wink

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29-04-2019, 17:21:58   -   RE: AE82 F2000 / 13... Oui... Une Toy' !!!
Uep, à tirer au clair ça Smile


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29-04-2019, 21:05:25   -   RE: AE82 F2000 / 13... Oui... Une Toy' !!!
(29-04-2019, 13:48:47)windman a écrit : Il paraît que ça fait merder le vvt ou je ne sais quoi...
ça m'embête de tester sur la caisse de course, il faut que je remonte le mulet pour essayer Wink

Peut être au niveau de la température mini comme le Vtec, mais il faut le corriger avec une plaque sandwich thermostatique, et un radiateur bien calculé Smile

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29-04-2019, 22:22:07   -   RE: AE82 F2000 / 13... Oui... Une Toy' !!!
Nous n'avons pas besoin que le vvt fonctionne hors de la température de fonctionnement correct du moteur donc ça pourrait le faire même sans thermostatique, à voir.
Avec la boîte courte, cruiser à 80km/h suffit à taper plus de 90° en huile, avec le moulin à 4000rpm, donc on n'a pas vraiment de soucis de montée en température, mais plutôt de calmer tout ça !!

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29-04-2019, 22:27:35   -   RE: AE82 F2000 / 13... Oui... Une Toy' !!!
La config d'un mec sur Club4ag
En gros, plaque thermostatique+radiateur

HASport AE86 on Club4ag a écrit :Re: 20v oil cooler
PostFri Feb 01, 2013 1:35 pm

The following is the parts required to build your very own full-flow aftermarket oil
cooler. Some of you may be saying though: "Well I have a GTS OEM oil cooler, do
I need this and why?"
From my own findings:

For daily driving or the occasional weekend warrior, I find that no oil cooler or just
running the stock GTS cooler will be just fine. Those of you that auto-cross or grip
drive may want to upgrade, but it may not be necessary depending on how long
your run sessions are. Same goes for you occasional drifters. I HIGHLY
recommend this upgrade to any of you that plan on doing 15+ min continuous run
sessions. The oil temps get up there. I blew my first 20v engine doing 45 minute
straight, non-stop drift sessions. Coolant temps were fine, but the engine oil just
couldn't hold up.

The OEM GTS unit is not a full-flow oil cooler. It has a pressure-sensitive check
valve that stops flow at low oil pressure/low rpm and allows flow at high oil
pressure/high rpm. The OEM GTS oil cooler only allows oil to flow through it as
engine rpm increases. At idle there is little flow if any. It does not work all the time.

This oil cooler setup that I am running is a MOCAL setup using a thermostatic
adapter plate. The sandwich plate contains a thermostat that restricts flow to the oil
cooler until the engine is up to the proper temperature, allowing the engine to warm
up properly and reducing premature wear on the engine.

Enough ranting.....

Stuffs you needs
-13 row MOCAL oil cooler w/ -8AN fittings (part number MOC-13208)
-MOCAL adapter plate (part number MOC-SP1T)
- -8AN straight swivel fittings, FOUR NEEDED (part number AER-FCM1013)
- 1/2" BSP to -8AN fittings, TWO NEEDED (part number MOC-2BM808A )
- 7 feet of stainless -8AN hose (part number AER-FBA0800)

Everything you need can be purchased through RacerPartWholesale--->
http://www.racerpartswholesale...lers2

WHEN ASSEMBLING THESE PARTS USE LIQUID GASKET SEALANT ON THE
THREADS DO NOT USE PIPE THREAD TAPE SH!T. I recommend going to your
local Honda dealer and picking up a tube of Hondabond. Hondabond is legit to use
on coolant, engine oil, trannies, rear ends, your girlfriend, leaky Arby's cups, etc.
It's amazing stuff. The tape style thread sealer is too tough on the aluminum
components. It will mess up the threads and/or crack the aluminum. Ask me how
I know


PROPER HOSE ROUTING IS IMPORTANT!!!! LOOK!!!!



Bottom fitting to top of cooler, top fitting to bottom of cooler.

Here are some old photos of my oil cooler setup. No. The baller foglight brackets
are not for sale and are long gone. Sorry. I have not tried this setup on a
powersteering equiped corolla yet. You should only have to change out two of the
four required straight swivel -8AN fitting for 90-degree -8AN swivel fittings instead.
I have not tried this though. Don't yell at me if it doesn't fit your PS/AC 4AGE.

PROPER OIL COOLER MOUNTING IS IMPORTANT AS WELL!!!!!!!
You need to mount the oil cooler in such a fashion that if a bubble were trapped
in it, the bubble could escape upwards

HASport AE86 on Club4ag a écrit :Re: 20v oil cooler
Tue Apr 16, 2013 10:21 am

I've been running this setup for years. My current ride has a STACK oil gauge running off the oil port on the block where the OEM location is, always running about 55psi. I wanna say minium psi spec is like 20-30psi? I've never run into any problems what so ever running an oil cooler with a 20v. As far as I'm concerned, this is just a rumor from people reading too much and practicing very little. I'm religious about running oil coolers on all 4AG engines. They love to spin the rod bearing on #4 cylinder and knock knock on heavens door when they get too hot.

I learned the hard way and John at JSP ed-u-ma-cated me long ago. Oil temp and coolant temp are not related. Just because your coolant temp is normal doesn't mean the oil is chill too. I had a hard time understanding why I burned up an engine when my temp gauge was always 1/3 hot. Long sessions drifting at redline or long grip session runs really heat the oil up. I can watch my oil temp gauge rise after a few minutes of beating on it. It will usually hang out around 140-150F then jump up to about 210F and stay there.

Something I would add to this setup though, and I'm looking to add next, is a very small electric fan for the oil cooler. The cooler works great when the car is moving, but it takes a while to cool down if you're not moving staged in the starting grid. So dropping that 210F back down to 140F takes a couple minutes. Who has the time?!?! Track is hot bro lets go.

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30-04-2019, 17:10:13   -   RE: AE82 F2000 / 13... Oui... Une Toy' !!!
Thanks !!

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