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Hi lm looking for the cross over plate from RB26 block that gets rid of the standard oil cooler. and has an hose fittings for relocation + cooler
any one know where l can get one of these. thanks
 

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Any RB engine oil filter block should bolt straight on.
Then run a remote cooler off that block using an aftermarket adaptor.
 

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glen do they not all have the water cooler unit as part of the Assembly

l have the standard item with oil cooler relocation, that screws on to the oil filter thread.
l would like to get rid of both of them for a fitting that bolts to the block with 2 an fittings for hoses to cooler + filter.
 

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I made a different dual threaded block adaptor tube to use an off the shelf thermostatically controlled remote cooler block from Think Automotive. I think I actually made a spare....
 

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I made a different dual threaded block adaptor tube to use an off the shelf thermostatically controlled remote cooler block from Think Automotive. I think I actually made a spare....
Chris do you have a picture as lm finding it hard to imagine
 

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glen do they not all have the water cooler unit as part of the Assembly

l have the standard item with oil cooler relocation, that screws on to the oil filter thread.
l would like to get rid of both of them for a fitting that bolts to the block with 2 an fittings for hoses to cooler + filter.
As Glenn said, use another RB filter block.

There is no real advantage in looking for an all-in-one solution other than successfully emptying your pockets quicker.
 

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are you feeding oil straight into the brass fitting.

nissan sells the threaded piece so you can screw the filter right to the block if wanted, anyone do this?
 

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aaah now that all makes so much more sense. chris what is the thread sizes and lll get 1 made. Do you have more room for filter changes. very helpfull thanks
 

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I can't remember and won't have written them down. The block size is metric, the union thread size can be anything for which Think supply a nut, they do lots of different thread sizes, both metric and imperial the major diameter of the nuts remain the same.
 
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