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GameboyRMH
GameboyRMH GRM+ Memberand MegaDork
2/7/24 5:18 p.m.

In reply to BimmerMaven :

In terms of how much heat they remove, any oil-to-water cooler that's sharing a coolant with the engine is going to remove less heat than an oil-to-air cooler, they also tend to have higher pressure drop than oil-to-air. If the exchanger is big enough and has a dedicated liquid-to-air system it could match or exceed the cooling capacity of an oil-to-air system. Any oil-to-water cooler can potentially fail in a way that causes coolant and oil to mix and it's the most common failure mode.

pedalboy
pedalboy New Reader
4/12/24 3:49 p.m.

Your early camry engine problems probably were caused by low milage engines that were gunked up. A Toyota garage owner told me he destroyed a camry v-6 in a week by moving it outside in the morning & back inside at night while wating parts. The PCV orfice was too small. You needed a 200,000 mile engine.

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