Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 8
Rated 4 out of 5 by lo103 11 mm allen is a pain
bought it for my 2013 fatboy after doing cams as an extra precaution. it did drop my temp down 10-15 degrees. One thing I hate about it is using the high epoxy to hold on the trim peace. Im waiting for the day it falls off. the 11 mm allen is kind of a p.i.a all in all still a good investment.
August 13, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Wingo1951 Acceptable but not great
With 10 being the best: (Quality 9), (Looks 8), (Price Point 4) (Usefulness 6). Needs special adhesive to hold cover on radiator $15.00....Needs odd size allen wrench to install (11mm....Had to buy a set which I'll never use again) $35.00. As one might expect, it needs air over it to be of any use, about 35 mph +. It does not do a very good job of lowering the oil temp once it gets to say 240f, but it will keep it around 210-230f if you stay off the throttle and keep moving. S&S breather, drilled stock pipes.
May 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by HalG Mandatory for Phoenix Daily Ride
Keeps oil temperature several degrees lower. I think it is mandatory for Phoenix, but it is a good idea wherever the weather is warm.
Install was straightforward. Tip: Don’t tighten up the clamps (fork and hose) until you have it put together. This made it easier to get the position of the cooler just right so the hoses allow easy filter access.
June 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by 14Deluxe A little added protection...
After changing the pistons to 10.5:1 and installing larger cams I figured a little added protection for the engine would be a good idea. Just like with the engine - as long as there is air flowing into it then it is doing it's job and dropping the temp of the oil. If you're stuck in traffic going nowhere for a long period of time - turn off the bike until you get going...
I would have preferred one that is more center mounted however with the ABS control on my HD this is not an option. It's not that noticeable on the side and helps save my investment.
March 10, 2015