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I am restoring my Exige S1 from 2000.

The car was, unfortunately, modified in several aspects and I am trying to bring it back to the original specs.

Could some one please let me know what kind of oil cooler was mounted originally on the car and what type of fitment were used to fix the hoses it on the filter housing

and on the radiator.

As far as I know the hose should be a SAE 100R6

Thank you for your help.

 

Adriano

 

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My car is an early S2 Elise 190  K series ( 2003 ) which I think has the same oil cooler take off. If you can find out if it does I can remove the undertray and take some photos for you.

AFAIK the cooler is long, linea & front mounted behind a front undertray similar to my S2. Again I don't mind taking photos if you find out that's the case.

This shows the filter housing with the take offs https://www.deroure.com/diagrams.asp?TBL=1671&MAK=1&MDL=16&SMA=0&SMO=0&ST=&SC=0

This shows oil cooler and pipe routing https://www.deroure.com/diagrams.asp?TBL=1688&MAK=1&MDL=16&SMA=0&SMO=0&ST=&SC=0

Russ

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The diagram you sent me look the same.

Probably the filter housing will be the same (Rover-K engine); part # A111E6146F

The spare part number of the radiator is: A111K0036F

Actually a Setrab oil cooler number 52-05635 is mounted on the car (see pictures attached)

Thank you for your help

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