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      08-02-2011, 11:00 AM   #1
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Motorsport oil cooling from M24 Germany

German competition components manufacturer Motorsport24 has created a unique oil cooling solution for the E9x M3. Their oversized oil cooler is a direct fit in any E9x M3 and is hand built in their state of the art facility in the small town of Kalefeld Germany. The cooler is substantially larger than the factory cooler, and has been tested to be effective on courses like the Nurburgring, Hockenheimring, and the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben to produce as much as a 10 degree Celcius drop in oil temperature!













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      08-02-2011, 12:06 PM   #2
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Looking nice, awfully hot at the track in august.
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      08-02-2011, 12:14 PM   #3
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pics on car? will this work with ESS heat exchanger in the front, or does it sit in that same space?
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      08-02-2011, 12:18 PM   #4
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pricing please.
also if you have more information on the installation procedure, that would be great.
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      08-02-2011, 02:17 PM   #5
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pics on car? will this work with ESS heat exchanger in the front, or does it sit in that same space?
+1, that was the first thing that came to my mind.
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+1 on pricing for one of these puppies. Could certainly use it given the oil temps that I've been seeing lately due to SoCal desert heat.
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The M24 oil cooler is designed to be 100% plug n play on the E9x M3 and will work with the ESS VT1 & VT2 SC kits. The oil cooler in the photos will be installed on a E92 M3 running a VT2-600 kit.
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Looks great!

Where can we find pricing?
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Looks great!

Where can we find pricing?
We will have it up on the iND site today. I just wanted to get some feedback from the members on here if we should offer the oil coolers
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50F drop in oil temp is no brainier! You should offer it, at a reasonable price of course.
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50F drop in oil temp is no brainier! You should offer it, at a reasonable price of course.
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We just finished snapping some comparison shots and will have those up shortly. Wait until you see this beast next to the factory unit.

http://parts.ind-distribution.com/pr...ry=view&no=692
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The M24 oil cooler is designed to be 100% plug n play on the E9x M3 and will work with the ESS VT1 & VT2 SC kits. The oil cooler in the photos will be installed on a E92 M3 running a VT2-600 kit.
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damn that thing is expensive for an aluminum radiator. should be about half that price at most.
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damn bank! but for those that track a lot worth it perhaps.

up to 50 degrees lower temps, normal use maybe 10-20 degrees lower?
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We will have it up on the iND site today. I just wanted to get some feedback from the members on here if we should offer the oil coolers
if it's effective enough and will really improve the performance of the car then yes, offer it
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damn that thing is expensive for an aluminum radiator. should be about half that price at most.
I agree... A bit pricey for my taste. But if your really tracking the car hard I would purchase it for sure.
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      08-02-2011, 06:27 PM   #20
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I agree... A bit pricey for my taste. But if your really tracking the car hard I would purchase it for sure.
German labor and we pay in Euros

M24 vs. OEM

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I need that. Now. More info please!
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That's nice, but seriously, there's no one in the US who could make the same thing for 1/2 the price?
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