Keep your cool. This easy to install Oil Cooler features a thermostatically controlled fan that provides continuous flow of cooling air – even while the bike is idling in traffic or moving at low speed.
- Ideal for bikes that see parade duty and other low speed or continuous idle situations
- Perfect addition to a bike modified with high performance components
- Fan automatically engages when the engine oil temperature rises
- When in operation, the Fan Assisted Oil Cooler can provide up to a 50 degree drop in oil temperature
- Unlike other models, the Harley-Davidson® Fan Assisted Oil Cooler utilizes weather-rated fans and electronics that are designed for the harsh motorcycle environment
- Engineered as a bolt-on replacement for the Original Equipment oil cooler, the Fan Assisted Oil Cooler is plug-and-play compatible with your bike’s wiring harness
- ECM reprogramming by a Harley-Davidson® Dealer is required to complete the installation
- No splicing or rewiring is required
Warranty1 year limited warranty – Go to www.h-d.com/warranty for full details
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In The BoxOil cooler assembly, hoses and worm-drive clamps
Fits '17-later Touring models equipped with air/oil-cooled Milwaukee-Eight® engines. Does not fit models equipped with Twin-Cooled engines. Not compatible with Oil Cooler Cover P/N 25700633 or 25700634. Original Equipment on oil-cooled Police and Freewheeler® models. '18-later CVO™ FLHXSE and FLTRXSE can purchase 26800095 instead of this kit. ECM reprogramming by a Harley-Davidson® Dealer is required to complete the installation.
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Q & A
Fan Assisted Oil Cooler Kit and the 17V-333 Recall?
Will the new Oil Cover Cooler Kit Part # 25700634 work with this? Should I wait until after break in of a new 2017 before installing this?
Will they be making these available for the pre 17 Rushmore bikes?
What is the temperature that triggers the fan to come on?
Can I install this kit, and then have the dealer finish getting the fan to run when they do my 1000 mile service?
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