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  1. Hey all, as champcar is a budget based series I am looking for ways to increase the longevity of my car without the cost of a name brand oil cooler. Has anyone run an eBay oil cooler before? ~40 dollars seems too good to be true imho. https://www.ebay.com/itm/16-Row-AN10-Universal-Aluminum-Transmission-Racing-Engine-Oil-Cooler-Silver/274556232500?epid=897193656&hash=item3fecd3a334:g:LLEAAOSwy1Ndu~AO
  2. Believe it or not, our '95 Chevy S10 has a stock oil cooler. It's the sandwich type between the oil filter and block with lines running up to the passenger side radiator tank. Should we keep it or get rid of it? We've never seen high oil temps because we never monitor it! But the lines are a PITA during engine removal / installation and it's a potential failure point (bad o-rings, cracked lines, etc.). What's your thoughts?
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