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Fan Assisted Oil Cooling

Is this easy to install?

Fan Assisted Oil Cooler Kit
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Or can a fan just be added (reply with link if so)? or what other options do I have for a 2019 RGS (Stage II - TQ) that I plan to put tons of miles on...
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I am having my dealer install since my regular cooler got damaged during service. From what I have read it cannot just have the fan added to it as the mounting tabs are different on the cooler to hold the shroud. You don't have to replace the cooler lines but the kit comes with them. Now you have a cvo everything is there but the fan so then just the fan can be added. The ecm does have to have the option turned on. Hope this helps.

I decided to do just because lower temps are always a good thing in my book. Here is a screenshot of the results that I found on another site in case anyone is on the fence to do or not. And took a lot of reading to find the before and after results.Screenshot_20181126-124043.jpeg

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I am having my dealer install since my regular cooler got damaged during service. From what I have read it cannot just have the fan added to it as the mounting tabs are different on the cooler to hold the shroud. You don't have to replace the cooler lines but the kit comes with them. Now you have a cvo everything is there but the fan so then just the fan can be added. The ecm does have to have the option turned on. Hope this helps.

I decided to do just because lower temps are always a good thing in my book. Here is a screenshot of the results that I found on another site in case anyone is on the fence to do or not. And took a lot of reading to find the before and after results.Attachment 375975

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wow, the difference in temps is significant, now the ecm controls it i assume, did you find at what temp it kicks on at? and can that be adjusted?

I was considering this before i seen the temp results, and that pretty much sold it for me. I wonder how loud the fan is, i guess the exhaust should drown it out anyways lol

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I have not found out any info yet on changing when it turns on and what not. I am fine with letting the fan turn on and off with how it is programmed. The numbers just reinforce my feelings as well. Have not had mine installed yet.

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there is no adjustment to turn it on or off. once the bike is flashed then its on all the time
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I had my dealer install it, they charged me 30 minutes labor, that is their minimum and what they would have charged me to enable it in the ecm if I had installed it myself.


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I had my dealer install it, they charged me 30 minutes labor, that is their minimum and what they would have charged me to enable it in the ecm if I had installed it myself.
Wow I wish I had your dealer to deal with. Mine charged 2 hours.


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I put mine on in about 20 mins. American Harley in Leominster Ma turned it on, no charge. BEST DEALERSHIP .
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I put mine on in about 20 mins. American Harley in Leominster Ma turned it on, no charge. BEST DEALERSHIP .
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A great dealer indeed, Phil and his crew rock!!!
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