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Jackson Racing Track Engine Oil Cooler Kit for 2013-18 FR-S/86/BRZ

Jackson Racing Track Engine Oil Cooler Kit
for 2017+ Toyota 86 & Subaru BRZ

Jackson Racing updates track oil cooler systems for
2017+ 86/BRZ

Chino, California (March 30th, 2018) – The championship-winning performance experts at Jackson Racing are proud to announce further updates to their popular line of cooling products, now including the Track Engine Oil Cooler Kit for the 86/BRZ platform. With added features, this kit is now $695USD.

An engine oil cooler is a must have for any track or hot climate vehicle. The FA20 engine in the FR-S/86/BRZ is a finely tuned high compression engine and engine oil temperatures can spike to dangerous levels even on stock cars.

The Jackson Racing Track Engine Oil Cooler Kit was developed in-house and designed to bring optimal oil cooling to the FA20 engine in the most extreme conditions. With multiple race wins and championships, Jackson Racing is excited to add more features to the popular 86/BRZ cooling product.
The most notable update to the Track Engine Oil Cooler Kit is the new Jackson Racing Oil Cooler Adapter, a proprietary JR design giving customers more adjustability. The new JR Oil Cooler Adapter features improved socket relief for filter screw installation and a new O-ring design to improve surface seal. With four M22 oil ports, the oil cooler lines now run to the top on the 86/BRZ application giving clearance for the 2017+ square air box. For those looking to have an additional sensor port for datalogging, 1/8” NPT M22 sensor port plugs are available as an option. The JR Oil Cooler Adapter for the Track Kits also features a built-in thermostat for proper engine oil warm up when cold. The Jackson Racing Oil Cooler Adapter is completed in new titanium grey anodized finish.

The included Setrab 9-Series oil cooler core was carefully chosen and tested to match the demands of the dedicated track/race enthusiast, and is unique to all other systems on the market. With a properly sized core providing improved cooling capacity, the Setrab 9-Series is the right cooler for the job. The Jackson Racing Track Engine Oil Cooler Kit has been put to the test by our own championship-winning racing drivers on the street and track, in the worst on track conditions. We are proud to say this system works flawlessly, keeping oil temperatures below 240ºF on track, thus maintaining engine performance throughout on-track sessions.

The Jackson Racing Engine Oil Cooler Kit utilizes the same quality engineered mounting system developed for the Jackson Racing supercharger system and uses solid factory-mounting locations, with no drilling/cutting needed. The front mount cooler system locates the engine oil cooler front and center in the bumper area, drawing outside air directly over the core.

Key Points:

  • True Plug and Play Solution
  • Keep oil temperatures below 240ºF in the most extreme conditions
  • Thermostatic Adapter allows for proper engine oil warm up when cold
  • Helps maintain engine performance through on track sessions
  • Heavily track and race tested to ensure reliability
  • Championship Proven

System Features:

  • Jackson Racing Engine Oil Cooler Bracket
    – Locates Engine Oil Cooler in Direct Air
    – Mounts using Factory Locations
    – No Drilling/Cutting
    – Powder Coated to Resist Corrosion
  • Setrab 9-Series 15 Row Oil Cooler
    – Designed to Provide Cooling Support for both NA and Forced Induction Applications
    – Unique Internal Design for Improved Oil Cooling Capability
    – Factory Pressure Tested to 10bar
    – Black Epoxy Finish to Resist Corrosion
  • Jackson Racing Oil Cooler Adapter
    – Integrated Thermostat
    – Four M22 Ports with two -10AN fittings
    – Easy Install Socket Relief
    – Improved O-ring design
    – FA20 Spacer/Extension Screw included
    – Optional 1/8” NPT sensor port plugs
    – Titanium Grey Finish
  • -10AN Oil Cooler Lines
    – Pre-Assembled at Jackson Racing
    – Aeroquip OE Quality Oil Hose
    – Oetiker Clamps for peace of mind
    – Direct M22 Free Float Fittings on Cooler Side
  • High Quality Metric Fasteners & Hardware
  • Industry Leading Customer Service & Support
    – 35 Years of Proven Performance
    – Full Color Installation Manual

Jackson Racing Track Engine Oil Cooler Kit: $695USD

FAQ

Q: Is this compatible with my Jackson Racing supercharged FR-S/86/BRZ?
A: The Track Engine Oil Cooler Kit is specifically designed for use with a Naturally Aspirated FR-S/86/BRZ. If you are looking to install an oil cooler for your Jackson Racing supercharged FR-S/86/BRZ, we recommend using our JRSC version of the Jackson Racing Track Engine Oil Cooler Kit.

Q: Do I need to add more engine oil with the oil cooler kit?
A: Yes, an additional quart of engine oil is required when installing the Jackson Racing Engine Oil Cooler Kit.

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Race Report: 2016 SCCA Majors Tour Round 1

The 2016 SCCA Majors Opener at Auto Club Speedway

Chino, California (February 1, 2016) – Jackson Racing battles weather at the SCCA season opener in Fontana, CA.

The weekend started off fantastic during qualifying on Friday and Saturday morning. A well prepped car and good weather conditions yielded a STL (Super Touring Light) Class Record, with the Hasport/Jackson Racing Honda CRX. The Scion FR-S was also running great and Oscar Jackson Jr. piloted the car to the pole position for STU (Super Touring Under) Class.

The STL race was the first of four for the weekend (2 STL races and 2 STU races). The CRX began the race on pole, and maintained the position throughout the race. Fellow Jackson Racing supported driver, Clint Boisdeau, was right behind in his B16 powered Honda Civic. In the end, Jackson Racing got the 1-2 finish in the first STL race of the Majors Opener.

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Next up was the Saturday STU class race. The Jackson Racing Scion FR-S started on pole for this race due to the great driving of Oscar Jr. He had a good start and was pulling away from the rest of the class. The car looked good as it circled the track, but unfortunately encountered an issue that took him out of the race. Luckily, it was a quick fix and the car would be ready for the next day.

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Day 2 came with A LOT of dark clouds, and last minute decisions. The Jackson Racing team had prepped both cars the prior day in anticipation of rainy races. Looking at the sky, then the weather app, then back at the sky, the decision was to run the BFGoodrich KDW-R rain tires? Or the R1-S race tires? The decision was to run the race tires in the first race with the CRX as the rain wasn’t expected until late morning. Just before the start of the race, the drizzle started. The Hasport/Jackson Racing CRX jumped out and quickly put a good gap between it and the other cars, as there was a chance of the rain picking up. The rain did start to come down heavier, and Oscar Jr. did a fantastic job of maintaining the lead, even while he was slipping and sliding on the race tires. The little CRX took the win again! This car will only get faster and faster as we continue developing the car throughout the season.

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Confident that the FR-S would run flawlessly this time out, Oscar Jr. was ready to go out there and have at it in the rain. The BFGoodrich KDW-R rain tires worked awesome in the downpour, especially in the flooded areas of Auto Club Speedway. The FR-S was perfect throughout the entire race, which turned into a tremendous lead, of over 1 minute, to our next competitor. 35 minutes later, the FR-S claimed the checkered flag and put another win in the books. This is only the start of a big development year. Now with the Roval races out of the way, a more traditional road course setup is being developed for our car. Stay tuned!

 

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Race Report: The 2015 Pacific Coast Road Racing Championship

The 2015 Pacific Coast Road Racing Championship at Auto Club Speedway

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Chino, California (December 2, 2015) – World leading supercharger experts Jackson Racing win at the Pacific Coast Road Racing Championship in Fontana, CA.

Fresh off a podium finish at the SCCA Runoffs, Jackson Racing heads to the Pacific Coast Road Racing Championship at Auto Club Speedway, to battle the “Best in the West” for the title. The Jackson Racing FR-S was pretty much dialed in for the Roval, so only minor adjustments were needed to be made for the race. Oscar Jackson Jr. set out for the qualifying race and after a good battle with a V8 Mustang, finished on pole.

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The Championship Race was on Day 2, and the Jackson Racing FR-S picked up right where it left off. Oscar Jr. set his sights on 1st place and kept up his race pace to make sure he got it. The FR-S in STU trim, is one of the heavier cars out on the track and Oscar Jr. did a fantastic job getting the car to turn some fast laps. In the end, Jackson Racing took 1st place beating out the rest of the field by a comfortable margin.

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