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Old 02 Aug 2009, 10:15 pm
jack
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Default oil cooler kit for honda cr-v

can anyone recommend a honda approved oil cooler kit for a 2009 honda cr-v ?

if such a thing does not exist, suggest a brand/type that is easy to install and
performs well.

thanks

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Old 06 Aug 2009, 11:20 pm
jim beam
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Default Re: oil cooler kit for honda cr-v

jack wrote:
> can anyone recommend a honda approved oil cooler kit for a 2009 honda
> cr-v ?
>
> if such a thing does not exist, suggest a brand/type that is easy to
> install and performs well.
>
> thanks


what makes you think honda are incompetent? or to put it another way,
why do you think some dude that wants to sell you something knows more
than honda engineers who test their stuff full loaded in july in the
mojave desert?
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Old 07 Aug 2009, 06:56 am
Dave Kelsen
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Default Re: oil cooler kit for honda cr-v

On 8/6/2009 11:20 PM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:

> jack wrote:
>> can anyone recommend a honda approved oil cooler kit for a 2009 honda
>> cr-v ?
>>
>> if such a thing does not exist, suggest a brand/type that is easy to
>> install and performs well.
>>
>> thanks

>
> what makes you think honda are incompetent? or to put it another way,
> why do you think some dude that wants to sell you something knows more
> than honda engineers who test their stuff full loaded in july in the
> mojave desert?


Read what you quoted, Jim. He asked for the Honda-approved version *if
it exists*. Jeebus.


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Old 07 Aug 2009, 08:21 am
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Default Re: oil cooler kit for honda cr-v

Dave Kelsen wrote:
> On 8/6/2009 11:20 PM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:
>
>> jack wrote:
>>> can anyone recommend a honda approved oil cooler kit for a 2009 honda
>>> cr-v ?
>>>
>>> if such a thing does not exist, suggest a brand/type that is easy to
>>> install and performs well.
>>>
>>> thanks

>>
>> what makes you think honda are incompetent? or to put it another way,
>> why do you think some dude that wants to sell you something knows more
>> than honda engineers who test their stuff full loaded in july in the
>> mojave desert?

>
> Read what you quoted, Jim. He asked for the Honda-approved version *if
> it exists*. Jeebus.
>
>
> RFT!!!
> Dave Kelsen



ah, the good old "form not content" reaction. well done dave - you
qualify for getting sold stuff you don't need because you don't
understand high school physics and can't use google...
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Old 07 Aug 2009, 09:06 am
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Default Re: oil cooler kit for honda cr-v

Dave Kelsen wrote:
> On 8/6/2009 11:20 PM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:
>
>> jack wrote:
>>> can anyone recommend a honda approved oil cooler kit for a 2009 honda
>>> cr-v ?
>>>
>>> if such a thing does not exist, suggest a brand/type that is easy to
>>> install and performs well.
>>>
>>> thanks

>>
>> what makes you think honda are incompetent? or to put it another way,
>> why do you think some dude that wants to sell you something knows more
>> than honda engineers who test their stuff full loaded in july in the
>> mojave desert?

>
> Read what you quoted, Jim. He asked for the Honda-approved version *if
> it exists*. Jeebus.
>
>
> RFT!!!
> Dave Kelsen



ah, the good old "form not content" reaction. well done dave - you
qualify for getting sold stuff you don't need because you don't
understand high school physics and can't use google...

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Old 07 Aug 2009, 01:47 pm
Dave Kelsen
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Default Re: oil cooler kit for honda cr-v

On 8/7/2009 8:21 AM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:

> Dave Kelsen wrote:
>> On 8/6/2009 11:20 PM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:
>>
>>> jack wrote:
>>>> can anyone recommend a honda approved oil cooler kit for a 2009 honda
>>>> cr-v ?
>>>>
>>>> if such a thing does not exist, suggest a brand/type that is easy to
>>>> install and performs well.
>>>>
>>>> thanks
>>>
>>> what makes you think honda are incompetent? or to put it another way,
>>> why do you think some dude that wants to sell you something knows more
>>> than honda engineers who test their stuff full loaded in july in the
>>> mojave desert?

>>
>> Read what you quoted, Jim. He asked for the Honda-approved version *if
>> it exists*. Jeebus.
>>

>
> ah, the good old "form not content" reaction. well done dave - you
> qualify for getting sold stuff you don't need because you don't
> understand high school physics and can't use google...


A fellow asks if someone can recommend a Honda-approved oil cooler kit.

You respond with a lackwit question not related to his question. Your
answer would make a modicum of sense IN THE EVENT that the fellow was
asking for a non-Honda approved oil cooler kit. (It's all still here in
this post, and fairly easy to understand).

Having read this forum for years, I know that you are a pedagogical
asshole licker unable to learn anything from anyone else, but I also
recognize that you have some limited form of intelligence.

The response you gave would only make sense if Honda never approved or
recommended oil cooler kits - or anything else; if every Honda always
had everything anyone would ever need, already built in. Since I know
that even a monumental dickwad like you knows that not to be the case, I
figured you misread what he wrote.

Then you reply with this additional ad hominem non sequitur. The best
response (not the only one, limpdick) for your inanity is to simply
point out what a waste of skin you are, and say, from the bottom of my
heart, **** you, you syphilitic, dung-infested sack of smegma. Just
make the rest of the world a better place and ****ing kill yourself.
Please.

Sincerely,

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Old 07 Aug 2009, 07:13 pm
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Default Re: oil cooler kit for honda cr-v

Dave Kelsen wrote:
> On 8/7/2009 8:21 AM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:
>
>> Dave Kelsen wrote:
>>> On 8/6/2009 11:20 PM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:
>>>
>>>> jack wrote:
>>>>> can anyone recommend a honda approved oil cooler kit for a 2009
>>>>> honda cr-v ?
>>>>>
>>>>> if such a thing does not exist, suggest a brand/type that is easy
>>>>> to install and performs well.
>>>>>
>>>>> thanks
>>>>
>>>> what makes you think honda are incompetent? or to put it another
>>>> way, why do you think some dude that wants to sell you something
>>>> knows more than honda engineers who test their stuff full loaded in
>>>> july in the mojave desert?
>>>
>>> Read what you quoted, Jim. He asked for the Honda-approved version
>>> *if it exists*. Jeebus.
>>>

>>
>> ah, the good old "form not content" reaction. well done dave - you
>> qualify for getting sold stuff you don't need because you don't
>> understand high school physics and can't use google...

>
> A fellow asks if someone can recommend a Honda-approved oil cooler kit.
>
> You respond with a lackwit question not related to his question. Your
> answer would make a modicum of sense IN THE EVENT that the fellow was
> asking for a non-Honda approved oil cooler kit. (It's all still here in
> this post, and fairly easy to understand).
>
> Having read this forum for years, I know that you are a pedagogical
> asshole licker unable to learn anything from anyone else, but I also
> recognize that you have some limited form of intelligence.
>
> The response you gave would only make sense if Honda never approved or
> recommended oil cooler kits - or anything else; if every Honda always
> had everything anyone would ever need, already built in. Since I know
> that even a monumental dickwad like you knows that not to be the case, I
> figured you misread what he wrote.
>
> Then you reply with this additional ad hominem non sequitur. The best
> response (not the only one, limpdick) for your inanity is to simply
> point out what a waste of skin you are, and say, from the bottom of my
> heart, **** you, you syphilitic, dung-infested sack of smegma. Just
> make the rest of the world a better place and ****ing kill yourself.
> Please.
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Dave Kelsen



not getting enough? [rhetorical]
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Old 07 Aug 2009, 07:31 pm
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Dave Kelsen <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote in
news:4a7c76c2$0$4975$9a6e19ea@unlimited.newshostin g.com:

> On 8/7/2009 8:21 AM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:
>
>> Dave Kelsen wrote:
>>> On 8/6/2009 11:20 PM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:
>>>
>>>> jack wrote:
>>>>> can anyone recommend a honda approved oil cooler kit for a 2009
>>>>> honda cr-v ?
>>>>>
>>>>> if such a thing does not exist, suggest a brand/type that is easy
>>>>> to install and performs well.
>>>>>
>>>>> thanks
>>>>
>>>> what makes you think honda are incompetent? or to put it another
>>>> way, why do you think some dude that wants to sell you something
>>>> knows more than honda engineers who test their stuff full loaded in
>>>> july in the mojave desert?
>>>
>>> Read what you quoted, Jim. He asked for the Honda-approved version
>>> *if it exists*. Jeebus.
>>>

>>
>> ah, the good old "form not content" reaction. well done dave - you
>> qualify for getting sold stuff you don't need because you don't
>> understand high school physics and can't use google...

>
> A fellow asks if someone can recommend a Honda-approved oil cooler
> kit.




<snip...>


The young fellow "jack", who can be described as the "Original Poster", or
the "OP", also posted the very same question independently to
rec.autos.tech.

My reply, posted only to that group and not this one, pointed out these
five things:
1) OP had not specified whether he wished to cool engine or transmission
oil.
2) Many US-market Honda engines already come with oil coolers attached to
the oil filter mounting point, and that OP should check to see if he
already had one of those.
3) Automatic transmissions already come with oil coolers (OP then refuted
me by bizarrely claiming that ATF is not a lubricant. I kid you not).
4) OP's local Honda dealer will have any Honda-approved devices he should
desire, and OP should telephone them or visit them in person with his
query.
5) It is unwise to yourself perform an alteration of the factory
configuration of a very much *still-warranteed* 2009 vehicle.

Nobody in this Honda group thought of any of those points, did they?

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Old 08 Aug 2009, 08:09 am
Dave Kelsen
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On 8/7/2009 7:31 PM Tegger spake these words of knowledge:

> Dave Kelsen <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote in
> news:4a7c76c2$0$4975$9a6e19ea@unlimited.newshostin g.com:
>
>> On 8/7/2009 8:21 AM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:
>>
>>> Dave Kelsen wrote:
>>>> On 8/6/2009 11:20 PM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:
>>>>
>>>>> jack wrote:
>>>>>> can anyone recommend a honda approved oil cooler kit for a 2009
>>>>>> honda cr-v ?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> if such a thing does not exist, suggest a brand/type that is easy
>>>>>> to install and performs well.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> thanks
>>>>>
>>>>> what makes you think honda are incompetent? or to put it another
>>>>> way, why do you think some dude that wants to sell you something
>>>>> knows more than honda engineers who test their stuff full loaded in
>>>>> july in the mojave desert?
>>>>
>>>> Read what you quoted, Jim. He asked for the Honda-approved version
>>>> *if it exists*. Jeebus.
>>>>
>>>
>>> ah, the good old "form not content" reaction. well done dave - you
>>> qualify for getting sold stuff you don't need because you don't
>>> understand high school physics and can't use google...

>>
>> A fellow asks if someone can recommend a Honda-approved oil cooler
>> kit.

>
>
>
> <snip...>
>
>
> The young fellow "jack", who can be described as the "Original Poster", or
> the "OP", also posted the very same question independently to
> rec.autos.tech.
>
> My reply, posted only to that group and not this one, pointed out these
> five things:
> 1) OP had not specified whether he wished to cool engine or transmission
> oil.
> 2) Many US-market Honda engines already come with oil coolers attached to
> the oil filter mounting point, and that OP should check to see if he
> already had one of those.
> 3) Automatic transmissions already come with oil coolers (OP then refuted
> me by bizarrely claiming that ATF is not a lubricant. I kid you not).
> 4) OP's local Honda dealer will have any Honda-approved devices he should
> desire, and OP should telephone them or visit them in person with his
> query.
> 5) It is unwise to yourself perform an alteration of the factory
> configuration of a very much *still-warranteed* 2009 vehicle.
>
> Nobody in this Honda group thought of any of those points, did they?


Good point, Tegger, and as beam said, I wasn't trying to reply to the
OP, because I don't have any answers. I do recall needing an ATF cooler
on my Odyssey, and one being recommended by Honda for my '03 Accord IF
towing was a regular feature.

I don't know that 4) above is correct; I would think that Honda *might*
have the/an approved device, and it would certainly be a good place to
ask, although we have all seen instances where the dealer didn't have a
clue.

I believe that 5) above would be irrelevant IF the device was
Honda-recommended, as the OP was requesting, although perhaps not, if
the shop doesn't do the installation.

Hope all is well with you in the great white north; with many ISPs
dropping usenet, this place has become kinda dusty!


RFT!!!
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Old 08 Aug 2009, 10:46 am
Stewart
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"Tegger" <invalid@invalid.inv> wrote in message
news:Xns9C60D0D464AA9tegger@208.90.168.18...
> Dave Kelsen <invalid@invalid.invalid> wrote in
> news:4a7c76c2$0$4975$9a6e19ea@unlimited.newshostin g.com:
>
>> On 8/7/2009 8:21 AM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:
>>
>>> Dave Kelsen wrote:
>>>> On 8/6/2009 11:20 PM jim beam spake these words of knowledge:
>>>>
>>>>> jack wrote:
>>>>>> can anyone recommend a honda approved oil cooler kit for a 2009
>>>>>> honda cr-v ?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> if such a thing does not exist, suggest a brand/type that is
>>>>>> easy
>>>>>> to install and performs well.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> thanks
>>>>>
>>>>> what makes you think honda are incompetent? or to put it
>>>>> another
>>>>> way, why do you think some dude that wants to sell you something
>>>>> knows more than honda engineers who test their stuff full loaded
>>>>> in
>>>>> july in the mojave desert?
>>>>
>>>> Read what you quoted, Jim. He asked for the Honda-approved
>>>> version
>>>> *if it exists*. Jeebus.
>>>>
>>>
>>> ah, the good old "form not content" reaction. well done dave -
>>> you
>>> qualify for getting sold stuff you don't need because you don't
>>> understand high school physics and can't use google...

>>
>> A fellow asks if someone can recommend a Honda-approved oil cooler
>> kit.

>
>
>
> <snip...>
>
>
> The young fellow "jack", who can be described as the "Original
> Poster", or
> the "OP", also posted the very same question independently to
> rec.autos.tech.
>
> My reply, posted only to that group and not this one, pointed out
> these
> five things:
> 1) OP had not specified whether he wished to cool engine or
> transmission
> oil.
> 2) Many US-market Honda engines already come with oil coolers
> attached to
> the oil filter mounting point, and that OP should check to see if he
> already had one of those.
> 3) Automatic transmissions already come with oil coolers (OP then
> refuted
> me by bizarrely claiming that ATF is not a lubricant. I kid you
> not).
> 4) OP's local Honda dealer will have any Honda-approved devices he
> should
> desire, and OP should telephone them or visit them in person with
> his
> query.
> 5) It is unwise to yourself perform an alteration of the factory
> configuration of a very much *still-warranteed* 2009 vehicle.
>
> Nobody in this Honda group thought of any of those points, did they?


Actually, he did also ask for non OEM options as well....

"if such a thing does not exist, suggest a brand/type that is easy
to install and performs well."

Maybe he wants to add his own tow package?


>
> --
> Tegger
>
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> www.tegger.com/hondafaq/



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