Lol, Well... when every cooler/line on the car is made of aluminum or SS , you get lots of surface area for heat to escape.I've driven the car the past few days in 50 degree temps. Something has to change with my cooling setup. First the car takes way to long to heat up coolant wise. This is a pretty simple fix, just swap back to standard thermo...
The other issue is that the oil temp takes absolutely forever. I struggled to see temps get over 140 after 30 mins of driving. Granted I'm not beating on the car but only because the oil temp is up to par yet... I am using a greedy thermostat cooler/adapter
So I'm going to remove my current sandwhich plate and throw the stock oil cooler back on. I'll use the stock cooler to help bring my oil temps up. But currently I'm using the coolant ports for the cooler going to turbo. This has be changed up, this time I'll use the radiator and add another port to the coolant pipe for the turbo...
I joked about it in another thread, but damn man that really may be the case lol. I am shocked the oil won't get to temp even with the thermo. Although the lower coolant temps certainly wont help the oil temps either.