There’s no denying that M cars are something special. BMW has a knack for elevating the relatively pedestrian models into something truly exciting without sacrificing their commitment to luxury. In the case of the G8X, BMW truly flexed their engineering muscles to squeeze every drop of performance from its 3 and 4-series platform. The base flavor of this freshly squeezed performance juice is proper oil temperature management. The catch is that the flimsy OEM oil cooler is precariously placed, putting this temperature management at risk. Luckily, our engineers have been hard at work revamping the G8X’s oil cooler, and we’re stoked to show it off.
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BMW G8X M3/M4 Oil Cooler, 2021+
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No perfect performance happens on a whim. Well, maybe sometimes dumb luck takes the reigns, but typically the years of honing your skills and abilities guide you through. The same could be said about BMW and its performance division. These Bavarians are not known for "wingin' it" and for the last 35 years and counting, they've been tirelessly perfecting every M3 and M4 that rolls off the assembly line. Every component is meticulously engineered to continuously raise the bar for the sports sedan segment. That said, nobody's perfect, and there are still some aspects of the G8X platform that could use further refinement.
They say that practice makes perfect, which is how we feel about our new oil cooler design for the G8X platform. One of the main factors contributing to the performance of this new oil cooler is the proper fitment for two reasons. For starters, no one wants to struggle with an ill-fitting part, especially on the likes of an M3. Also, since this oil cooler relies on the
- Posted: February 17, 2022Categories: BMW G8X M3/M4 Oil Cooler, 2021+Continue Reading »
Oil is the lifeblood of any motorized vehicle out there. Proper lubrication is key to ensuring all of your engine's components keep from melting or shredding each other to pieces. Whether you're trudging through your daily commute or conquering the track, maintaining proper oil temperatures is vital for both the performance and longevity of your G8X M3 or M4. These M's make driving a much more special experience, but high temperatures or a leaky cooler can knock them down a few pegs.
BMW's unrelenting efficiency is both a blessing and a curse, specifically when it comes to its ability to package components in and around the engine bay neatly. On the one hand, it makes for a neatly arranged engine bay laid out for optimal performance. Still, it also means some essential components are either hard to reach or mounted in a precarious position, like the oil cooler, for example.