6 cylinder engines are only air-cooled and
susceptible to overheating, not so much from high speed touring but more
from traffic congestion where limited amounts of air pass over the
engine. An external oil cooler is the answer.
Alan turned to
of their 16 row half oil rads and
Mocal for their oil
cooler take off,
oil thermostat and all the Aeroquip hoses. The Mocal sandwich plate sits behind the Benelli oil filter housing
where the exhaust pipes make for a tight placement.
The oil cooler plumbing travels
underneath and to the back of the engine, through a Mocal oil thermostat and back
over the top of the engine to the front mounted radiator.