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Old 06-24-2008, 09:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Oil cooler with a built in electric fan

I need some help identifying the manufacturer, a couple of weeks ago I stopped at a bike show and saw an oil cooler with a built in electric fan, the assembly was mounted on the down tubes in front of the engine. I have to guess the cooler is approx. 5" x 10" in size and did not look out of place on the bike.
any idea who makes such a cooler?

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Old 06-25-2008, 06:40 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Anybody tried something like thishttp://www.bamph.com/rmh/oilfan.htm
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LaNale Engineering. Dunkirk , MD. Had one on my 07 Heritage. Awesome oil cooler. Saved my ride at a few rallies. 703-919-9441.
HD of Annapolis also sells them for LaNale. He sells the fans that replace your horn on ebay.
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The Lenale fan is an engine parade fan, but it is not an oil cooler fan. It may do the job, but it is not the right animal.
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I need some help identifying the manufacturer, a couple of weeks ago I stopped at a bike show and saw an oil cooler with a built in electric fan, the assembly was mounted on the down tubes in front of the engine. I have to guess the cooler is approx. 5" x 10" in size and did not look out of place on the bike.
any idea who makes such a cooler?

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Spurgin Oil Cooler Las Vegas, NV no fans.



This good looking oil cooler begins with the CNC machined billet aluminum main adapter. With its built in patented thermostat it automatically feeds and governs oil into the cooler to maintain proper operating temperatures whether you are standing still, in a traffic jam or cruising at highway speeds. When oil temperatures reach 190 degrees it automatically bypasses its flow into the cooler.

The cooler body made also of billet aluminum, removes excess oil heat providing the maximum heat transfer for cooling. The fins line the inside of the cooler extracting excess heat as the oil passes through transferring heat to the outside fins. This unique patented design processes the oil through four times for maximum cooling.

The Spurgin Oil Cooler has been tested and is found to reduce oil temperature by 20 degrees idling and as much as 40 degrees highway riding. The cooler provides an additional 1/2 quart oil capacity which adds to the cooling process.

The Spurgin Oil Cooler comes complete with A/N fittings and stainless steel hoses. It can be installed in about 30 minutes during an oil change using the easy to follow instructions provided with the kit.

U.S. Patents #5,653,206
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Road tested throughout USA, Canada & Mexico

I have the polished Billet designed cooler.

J&P sells them or buy direct from mfg. (I bought direct from mfg.) her husband (Robert Spurgin deceased) designed and patented the Spurgin Oil Cooler. (702-341-6779)

Very nice finished product comes with everything needed to install and takes about 1 hr for installation...
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The Lenale fan is an engine parade fan, but it is not an oil cooler fan. It may do the job, but it is not the right animal.


The LeNale fan does work, I have one... It's not a oil cooler as it blows air on the heads to cool them instead... Just about the same size as then stock horn ...
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just saw a oil cooler with 2 fans on it on ebay 70.00
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Old 07-02-2008, 11:47 PM   #8 (permalink)
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I am the manufacturer of the LeNale Engineering cooling systems. We make a complete oil cooler kits with integrated fans for all Harley models except sportsters. Annapolis HD sells the oil cooler kits and most HD dealers sell our side mounted fans. Our new ones put out 200 CFM. (leaf blower is about 250 CFM)

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I am the manufacturer of the LeNale Engineering cooling systems. We make a complete oil cooler kits with integrated fans for all Harley models except sportsters. Annapolis HD sells the oil cooler kits and most HD dealers sell our side mounted fans. Our new ones put out 200 CFM. (leaf blower is about 250 CFM)

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Welcome Len your fan is a great product ... Do you have a picture of the oil cooler???
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Old 07-03-2008, 06:54 AM   #10 (permalink)
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howdy lenale. no website? like 1711 said, PICS PLEASE!!!

how bout pics of the twin fan also?

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Old 07-05-2008, 07:45 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Do you have any photos of the oil cooler/fan? I have the side mounted fan already but I need to keep my hot 113" cooler. Also, my fan has developed problems, it won't stay on. I've only had it for about 3 months.
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OK here is the info...

Lenale Engineering - Leonard Nale
(301) 812-0290

Their web site is down for construction and should be back up in the near future. www.lenale.com
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Oil cooler with built in fan

I found this product looking for transmission cooler, it has a built in fan that is thermostaticaly controlled to turn on when the oil reaches 175F............here is the link to the site. this is very similar to the one I saw mounted on the frame down tubes in front of the engine.......

http://www.bmracing.com/s.nl/it.A/id...&category=6173

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OK here is the info...

Lenale Engineering - Leonard Nale
(301) 812-0290

Their web site is down for construction and should be back up in the near future. www.lenale.com
Geesh!!!!!!!!!! The site doesn't even work.You would think with all the nice products they sell/make they could have a decent website where harley owners could buy their parts directly from them.
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He said the site was down,Try the phone number I bet it works.
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