What if your not running an Oil Cooler mine was Contaminated after an Engine Failure.The Radiator with the Oil Cooler is fairly new so I didn’t want to buy a new Radiator again or run an External Cooler my Builder said this was an Option instead of an External Oil Cooler Jason Cramer says this as well.
Two more quarts isn't a very efficient way to remove heat. It's a sink. Once it's hot, it's going to just stay hot. The deep pan is not a solution for oil temps. I've beaten on mine far harder for longer periods than just about everybody, at least as far as generating heat is concerned, and I log my oil temps and pressure. Even after 20 minutes at Road America where I get above 140mph three times per lap and there's a carousel turn where I'm at 1G lateral for almost five second, my oil temps never got out of hand (stabilized at 206F) and the pressures were stable, so I wasn't exposing the pickup and sucking air.
The oil cooler in the radiator is a very simple loop, it's not lot a bar and plate cooler that's impossible to clean. You can flush it and keep using it, or just add an external.
The deep pan is a nice part, and it's not going to hurt anything, but my experience strongly indicates it is just not necessary.