“Protecting your Harley Davidson’s engine means keeping oil temperatures cool, and the Oil Bud Oil Cooler keeps oil temps inline and is virtually undetectable on your motorcycle,”
Helena,MT (PRWEB) March 23, 2012
“Protecting your Harley Davidson’s engine means keeping oil temperatures cool, and the Oil Bud Oil Cooler keeps oil temps inline and is virtually undetectable on your motorcycle,” said the company’s owner.
In a recent review of Oil Bud Oil Cooler in American Iron Magazine, the product was recognized as one the unique and outstanding product on the market.
The magazine, which specializing in the coverage of American-made motorcycles including Harley-Davidson, Indian and Victory Motorcycles noted that in today’s environment, regulations require bikes that are made to run on leaner fuel measures.
Therefore, it has supported that “Leaner fuel mixtures cause your engine to run hotter.”
The solution to hotter engines? “Oil Bud… which regulates oil temperature by starting to open at 180F and full opens at 205F. You can expect up to a 35F temperature differential,” said the American Iron magazine, a respected name in the community of Harley Davidson Motor cycle owners.
However, according to the Bud’s Bike’s Parts spokesperson, Oil Bud was designed to help owners of Harley Davidson motor cycles to understand the technology behind the leading oil cooler that will add years of life to their motorcycle and increase the quality of their rides.
The American Iron magazine review, explained that “Oil Bud is built with aircraft quality materials: parts are 6061-T6 machined aluminium, the header tube assembly is a TIG welded aluminum extrusion connected with braided stainless steel Teflon hose.” All fittings are JIC-ORB aircraft style and chromed where they are visable.
Bud’s Biker Parts spokesman also noted that their company’s website features videos showing how strong, durable and effective the Oil Bud Cooler is.
“Oil Bud will even keep your Harley Davidson engine oil cool even in the searing heat of Las Vegas and stop and go traffic. It will still function great after a 12 gauge shotgun blast and withstands beating with a hammer,” said the Bud Clark, Bike’s Parts’ spokesman.