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NEW KITS FOR SEPTEMBER
Dual Temperature Gauge to monitor your engine and bevel box oil. This new kit is specifically designed for those of you who do not have the oil cooler kit but want to know the temperature of your oils. Kit includes gauge, bevel box sender, engine oil sender, stainless switch panel with toggle, and instructions. $249 plus shipping.
Bevel Box Vent Kit allows you to more than double your bevel box oil capacity. The stock bevel box holds 10 ounces of oil, the kit increases oil capacity to 28 ounces, and also operates as a remote fill. Access to vent fill hose will be up by the fuel fill under the trunk tray, easy install !!
This kit will save your bevel box!!
$129 (free shipping continental U.S.)
If you have one of my Bevel Box Coolers I have changed the timing circuit for more efficient cooling. Contact me and I will exchange your old timer for a new one. (Latest test temperature leaving box 158 degrees on average.
Now Available, Keyed Circuit for the Bevel Box Cooling System and Temperature Gauge. This item is free of charge to my customers who have purchased these from me. Email me for details!!
We have added a new kit to our list of Morgan Custom products for those of you who have our engine oil cooler and inquired about a temperature gauge. As you can see in the pictures, you get a lighted gauge, gauge mount, switch panel, and two senders, one for the engine oil temperature and one for the bevel box oil cooler. The switch allows it to be off or toggle between the engine oil temp and the bevel box oil temp. The gauge mounts on the vertical chassis tube just below the dash on the passenger side. It is easy to see, out of the way, and only requires two small holes to mount.
Update on our bevel box oil cooler system. As you know I use my own Morgan as a test vehicle. I recently added a temp gauge to monitor the bevel box oil AFTER the cooler, it showed oil temp on its' way back to the bevel box. Now I have a temp sender in the oil line leading to the bevel box oil cooler, so I can see how hot the oil is BEFORE it is cooled.
Here are the results:
Now remember, with my cooler system, you go from 10 oz of oil to 32 oz, that's 3x the oil than stock. Went out on two different rides, total of 400 miles.
Oil leaving the bevel box was 145 to 160 degrees, and after the cooler, it was 25-30 degrees cooler on its' way back to the bevel box.
This was in the timer mode: I also did a filter check and oil change and found no particulates in the filter. I let the oil settle in a clear beaker with a tapered bottom, to see how the oil looked after 3,000 miles. After letting the oil set a day, it looked good enough to reuse, all but two ounces at the very bottom. I believe you could easily go 6,000 miles before needing to change the oil.