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    Default Air wolf oil chiller

    Look in to buy a oil chiller used is ok

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    Default Re: Air wolf oil chiller

    I see those on the ACS Europe webpage but not in the US.
    https://www.aircraftspruce.eu/airwol...er-afc-ch1.htm
    The closest thing I could find like it is this aftermarket chiller for Porsche enthusiasts.
    https://www.tiporscheproducts.com/pr...-filter-cooler
    Obviously not approved for use on a certificated plane in the US.
    Might be OK if you were one of those unfortunate folks who bought the Porsche-powered Mooney.

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    Default Re: Air wolf oil chiller

    Thank you Glen

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    Default Re: Air wolf oil chiller

    I got one about a year ago when I ordered my filter kit. The airplane isnít together yet, so I donít know how effective it is. Nothing to approve with it, it just mounts with hose clamps to the filter. Pretty simple set up.


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    Default Re: Air wolf oil chiller

    Quote Originally Posted by dgapilot View Post
    I got one about a year ago when I ordered my filter kit. The airplane isnít together yet, so I donít know how effective it is. Nothing to approve with it, it just mounts with hose clamps to the filter. Pretty simple set up.


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    Let me know if you want to sell it thanks. Mike

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    Default Re: Air wolf oil chiller

    For now Iím keeping it. You might check the parts catalog for the Tomahawk, supposedly they had a corrugated cover around the oil filter that was similar. Canít say for sure, but thatís what I heard.


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    Default Re: Air wolf oil chiller

    Quote Originally Posted by dgapilot View Post
    For now Iím keeping it. You might check the parts catalog for the Tomahawk, supposedly they had a corrugated cover around the oil filter that was similar. Canít say for sure, but thatís what I heard.


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    Itís been a long time since I flew a Tomahawk but I recall a ďcanĒ filled with fins strapped over the filter with a SCAT tube or two running to it from the rear baffle. I also remember they ran warmer than the C152 (same engine).


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