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I have one w? lines. Its from a 91 1100.
make me a offer.

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<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><hr>Originally posted by Pete1k:
I have one w? lines. Its from a 91 1100.
make me a offer.

Pete
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I have seen them sell for between $60 and $120 give or take

I have not fully looked locally for one yet, but let me know if the above is in your ballpark
 

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I keep seeing them pop up on ebay. Just so you know you will need to fabricate a bracket so it can be installed. I was going to come up with something soon. I will post a picture when I am finished.
 

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$60 to $120 for a curved oil cooler


where in the heck did you find that. I paid $400 us for mine


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<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><hr>Originally posted by Pod99966:
$60 to $120 for a curved oil cooler


where in the heck did you find that. I paid $400 us for mine


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Ouch... I just checked Ron Ayers, you can get a brand spanking-new one for a little over $500.
 

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<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><hr>Originally posted by FastCat:


Ouch... I just checked Ron Ayers, you can get a brand spanking-new one for a little over $500.
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yeah but you can get a brand new flat one a whole hell of a lot cheaper.
 

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Why do you want an ugly curved one ?
I've put a flat bandit cooler on mine, newer and cheaper.
if I had the money I'd pur Goodridge or Earls cooler and lines on.
If you buy an old one, it's well.....old and will fail soon !
 

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The curved oil cooler cools about 40% better than the flat(or somewhere close to that).
 

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It works better because your fitting more surface area into a smaller space, so it can disipate more heat. But I think a new Bandit cooler would have more efficient cooling.
 

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I see, even better than a replacement goodridge ? !!!!
Well it's way too cold over here to be bothered anyway !
 

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<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><hr>Originally posted by Andy James:
I see, even better than a replacement goodridge ? !!!!
Well it's way too cold over here to be bothered anyway !
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I was talking about suzukiltd's comment about curved being 40% cooler than flat. Mr.G doesn't need a curved one so I say go with a new flat one. The flat ones won't fit on my bike
i tried
 

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You should try one from a bandit 1200. The motor is the same, well pretty similar so the cooling shouldn't be a problem. You'll need the lines too though.
A lot of bandit owners replace theirs with flashy stuff over here 'cos it's on show. The bolt holes don't line up perfectly so you have to get a connector made for the second bolt hole to connect to and then you're sorted.
I got mine for £30 with lines !!! around 50usd !!!
 
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