- Don't let your F87 M2 get held back or go into limp mode because of high oil temps.
- Stay ahead of the competition by pushing your F87 M2 harder without stressing over engine oil temps.
- Innovative 2-Core In-Series System
- Front Full-Size Core has 17 Cooling Tubes vs. OEM 15 Tubes
- Secondary In-Series Backside Cooler has an Additional 6 Rows of Cooling
- Made with CSF’s AC Condenser Technology Using a 1-Row Super-High Pressure 26mm Multi-Channel Microtube
- High-Density Multi-Louvered Fin Design for Maximum Surface Area Contact
- “Drop-in Fit” Requiring No Modifications to Install – Accepts All Attaching OEM Components Including Oil-Line Connections, Mounting Brackets and Shroud/Ducting
- World’s 1st and Only True “Plug-and-Play” Upgraded Engine Oil Cooler for the BMW N55 Engine in the BMW F87 M2 (2016+)
- Track Tested in 103℉ (115 ℉ Heat Index) – Max. Oil Temperature Achieved 240℉
- This is a Reduction from 275/280℉ Track Oil Temperatures (Limp Mode) When Testing with the Upgraded CSF Cooler on the Vehicle vs. the OEM Cooler
- Additional ½ Quart of Oil Required for Proper Fill-up During Installation (OEM Cooler 7 Qts./CSF’s Upgraded Race-Spec M2 Oil Cooler Requires ~7.5 Qts.)
- 16-18 F87 M2
- 19+ F87 M2 Comp
The engineers over at CSF know cooling. So when it comes to keeping your engine oil temps down as you push your F87 M2 hard on the street or track, a CSF Oil Cooler is the obvious choice. Engine oil temperatures are a big concern to anyone who tracks their vehicle or pushes it hard on hot days. High oil temperatures in modern cars will send you into "Limp Mode" in order to protect the engine but slows you down to a crawl and is overall an unpleasant experience. Old vehicles without these safeties built in can experience major engine damage if oil temperatures get too high. In any case, overheating engine oil is a bad thing, so why not do the most you can to keep them in check and don't let something like this spoil you fun or ruin your vehicle.