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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 12:07 AM Thread Starter
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Who has used Jaggs or other brand fan assisted oil cooler. Would like to hear your personal experience.
I have a Twin Cam 103 stage 4 and want to help keep the heat down a bit. Thanks for your input.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-22-2019, 04:15 PM
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For what it's worth, I've had a Jagg - non fan assisted cooler on my electraglide for 15 years with no problems.

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I like the fact that Jagg oil filter adapter routes the oil thru the filter first and then to the cooler where most other brands do not, plus never had any problem with them


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Thanks for the response guys. I will be trying the Jaggs 10 row fan assist.
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I use the Jaggs 10 row oil cooler without the fan for 5 or 6 years and no problems. Unless you ride in a lot of stop and go traffic there isn't much need for the fan, once you get over 15 mph the fan is worthless.


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I been using mine for 2 years. No complaints. I need a temp gauge to check temps when hot.
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I've been running an Ultracooler on my stage 4 110. It works well.

Didn't really have a choice, as the CEI upgraded voltage regulator has interference issue with the Jagg fan assisted cooler.

The big difference is in the cooler core. The Ultracooler is a plate style and the Jagg is tube and fin.

This is what it looks like on the scooter:

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I had the UltraCool on my 2012 Skunk with a 120" and I can say it worked very well. As Ironmark stated above the fan is not doing anything while moving at speed. Only if you sit in some traffic are you getting the benefit of the fans on the cooler. If you want to make a bigger difference on cooling the heads and jugs if you sit in some traffic I would spend the money on Love Jugs cooling fans. That will have the biggest difference on cooling the engine.

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I've been using the Ultra Cool fan assisted cooler for a few years. I used it to keep my stock 96" cool and I'm using still to keep my 124" cool. It's been working fine for me

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Iíve been using the UltraCool Fan assisted on my 110 for over a year now & have had no problems with it.


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