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Ford Mustang GT RHD Oil Cooler Block Off Plate, 2015+

Ford Mustang GT RHD Oil Cooler Block Off Plate, 2015+
Ford Mustang GT RHD Oil Cooler Block Off Plate, 2015+
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  • Direct fit for the right-hand drive 2015+ Mustang GT using the Mishimoto Oil Cooler Kit
  • CNC-machined billet aluminum for a simple but strong design
  • Allows for proper delete of failure-prone factory oil cooler
  • Black anodized finish for clean look on engine
  • Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty

It’s no secret that the 2015+ Ford Mustang GT is packing heat, but the stock liquid-to-liquid coolers equipped in the right-hand drive models can’t seem to keep up. With the Mishimoto Right-Hand Drive Oil Cooler Block Off Plate, the faulty stock oil cooler can now be cleanly removed for a more reliable and effective Oil Cooler setup in your Mustang.

The Mishimoto 2015+ Ford Mustang GT RHD Oil Cooler Block Off Plate is constructed of CNC-machined billet aluminium, for a simple yet strong design to loop oil flow for the most effective use of an external oil cooler. This block off plate is anodized in a sleek black finish for a clean removal of the stock oil cooler and is backed by the Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty.

Mishimoto Automotive (“Mishimoto”) warrants its products under this lifetime limited warranty policy (“Warranty Policy”). This Warranty Policy applies solely to: (i) Mishimoto Products purchased directly from Mishimoto or Mishimoto authorized dealers (each a “Mishimoto Product” and collectively, the “Mishimoto Products”) and (ii) the original purchaser of such Mishimoto Product (“Purchaser”). This Warranty Policy is non-transferable and all claims under this Warranty Policy must be accompanied by the original sales receipt. The terms and conditions of this Warranty Policy are subject to change by Mishimoto at any time without notice.

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Material 6061 Aluminum

Note This product will only fit on the right-hand drive Mustang GT. An external oil cooler must be used after installing this block off plate.

Custom lower radiator hose is required for proper deletion of factory oil cooler. We highly recommend the use of this product with the Mishimoto Mustang GT Oil Cooler Kit.

Engine Codes 5.0 Coyote

Chassis Codes S-550

Purchase Includes (1) Block Off Plate
Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty

Also Fits 2015+ Mustang GT Right-Hand Drive

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In our last post, we took a look at the fabrication of our oil cooler bracket and the prototype heat exchanger. We’ve settled on the final bracket design, and now we are moving on to the heat exchanger. Heat Exchanger Fabrication The lead engineer on this project, Dan, plans to test several designs, including an … Continue reading Working on a Cooler Coyote – Oil Cooler R&D, Part 3: Cooler Fabrication →

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Prototype Bracket Last time, we looked at how we began our bracket design and also the location of the oil cooler. Our design has certainly progressed since then. After we were certain of the dimensions of the bracket, we ditched the cardboard for some steel. Using our waterjet the engineers cut out our first functional … Continue reading Working on a Cooler Coyote – Cooler R&D, Part 2: Bracket Fabrication →

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