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Hi , working on my project have a 2.5 n/a in a series , motor had a oil cooler on it , I was going to put one on the series then started thinking I probably really don't need the cooler , if I want to discard the cooler is it as easy as pulling the lines and plugging the holes in the oil filter adapter ?
I think I would loop it. I'm not sure what the thermostat looks like internally and plugging the lines could stop the oil flow. A hose connecting the lines (which will have to be rated for hot oil and at pressure) would just be a really poor cooler and so would leave the rest of the system the same.