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Looking for an easy way to prolong the life of your engine? Try adding a Jagg oil cooler from Riders Discount. Jagg makes oil coolers in multiple configurations for a wide range of applications going all the way back to 1955.

These oil coolers are not available on our website, so be sure to get in touch with Brad if you’re interested or have any questions. You can call him at 866.931.6644 ext. 810, or send him a PM through the forum. If email is more convenient, feel free to send one to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM and let him know that you’re from the forum.

Despite some of them being designed for older models, Jagg uses very modern design elements to give their coolers what they call the “Jagg Advantage” in terms of performance and durability. One of the keys to their performance is the way that the internal surface of the cooler uses an efficient type of turbulator that essentially “stirs” the oil as it flows through. This insures that the oil has contact with a greater surface area without any pressure loss. Jagg also put a lot of consideration into the design of the fins on the outside of the radiator. Each fin section features mini-louvres that provide even more surfaces for the heat to dissipate from as the air moves across them.

Jagg produces their oil coolers in multiple configurations for many models. These options include vertical or horizontal mounts, black or chrome finishes, and 6-row or 10-row coolers for those that want more cooling capacity. Those with Touring models even have the option of a fan assisted cooler for extremely efficient cooling at all speeds. The availability of these options varies between applications and some models require the use of an oil filter adapter, so be sure to check with us to see what your options are.

A Jagg oil cooler shown here in the 10-row, low-mount vertical configuration for Harley-Davidson models.

Plenty of louvres are crammed into the radiator in order to dissipate the heat as efficiently as possible.

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