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Old 05-17-2014, 03:19 AM   #43
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Looks awesome! I see you installed it where the FMIC would go. Do your oil lines go up out of the cooler? Is it mounted both on the top and the bottom?
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Old 05-17-2014, 04:03 AM   #44
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Great I look forward to receive mine.. Is the current kit with the Mocal or Setrab?
Can come in either. Setrab is a little more expensive because they use M22 metric female threads which require M22 to 10-AN unions.
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Old 05-17-2014, 05:52 AM   #45
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INA oil cooler install

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Looks awesome! I see you installed it where the FMIC would go. Do your oil lines go up out of the cooler? Is it mounted both on the top and the bottom?

Thanks. The lines are from the top yes, they go through the thin metal piece and come into in the engine bay from under the driver side headlight.

Holes were drilled in the metal piece and cutting was needed to mount it from both top and bottom with bolts.


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Old 05-18-2014, 06:05 AM   #46
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Hi guys, I'm the TTRS owner bendover mentioned. Just want to clarify that I'm not trying to recoup money from INA and that I would do business with them again.

I haven't got a dog in this fight, but just wanted my position to be clear.
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Old 05-18-2014, 12:15 PM   #47
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Listen. If you guys have an issue with INA I'd suggest you create your own thread. I'm not particularly interested in the complaints of an account with 1 post count.

I'm starting to understand why bendover got banned. Let it go and move on.
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Old 05-18-2014, 07:53 PM   #48
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For those that have managed to remove the male insert from that OEM oil filter, how did you do this?

I bought a bigger vise and rather than letting the adaptor break free, the tabs on the oil filter case just broke instead.

I'm seriously thinking of just using 719/30 right now. Not really sure what to do having spent several hundred dollars on vises of various sizes and oil filters to experiment with. Any advice?

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Old 05-20-2014, 03:44 PM   #49
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I use a big ass easy out and it comes out with no issues.

Put a filter tool on the bottom of the filter, turn it over. Put the easy out on the part you are trying to take out, lightly tap it in to seat it. Hold the easy out with a wrench, attach your ratchet to the filter tool and remove.
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Thanks! Do you rotate the filter tool clockwise or anticlockwise when looking from above with the filter tool on top?
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The insert for the filter is a regular thread. I usually hold the filter and unscrew the insert to the left.
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Just browse on this thread about oil cooler.

JUst a few questions.

1. So what oil filter are we suppose to use with this kit?

2. Did anyone experience any whining noise? How did you solve the whining noise?

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Just browse on this thread about oil cooler.

JUst a few questions.

1. So what oil filter are we suppose to use with this kit?

2. Did anyone experience any whining noise? How did you solve the whining noise?

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1. Same OEM 2.0TSI filter, but you remove the adapter which is attached with red loctite (put socket on top filter and pilers on the adapter, spin apart).

2. I do and couldn't solve it. Got used to it.
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about to install mine in the next few weeks. thanks for the write up.
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For those that have managed to remove the male insert from that OEM oil filter, how did you do this?

I bought a bigger vise and rather than letting the adaptor break free, the tabs on the oil filter case just broke instead.

I'm seriously thinking of just using 719/30 right now. Not really sure what to do having spent several hundred dollars on vises of various sizes and oil filters to experiment with. Any advice?

Just a thought but can't you just grab 2 M27 X 1.5 nuts and jam it into each other and then unscrew the whole thing out?

https://catalog.mann-filter.com/NA/e...ter/W%20719~45
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