I posted about my 92 VR6 Corrado with oil temps getting up to 236-240, on a regular basis, and really didn't matter what the outside temp was. I purchased a Hayden universal oil cooler kit for $75 12"x7 1/2" coil. Removed the stock oil cooler/water heater thing on the front of the motor. With that installed the oil temps stay between, 210 and 220, and the high end when sitting in traffic, but cools down a bit once moving again. The water temp is staying right at 185 degress F and it also goes up when in traffic but goes back down once going again. I am using mostly distilled water mixed with DEXCOOL, with one of those things that checks to see what the freezing and boiling point of the coolant is, mine is at -10 degrees F to 255 degrees F. Thanks to all that replied, this is JFI. BTW I have the same oil cooler setup on my 91 Jetta VR6T, been on for about 2 1/2 years, I put that on when I put the car together, so I do not know if it would have been running high oil temps without it. The oil cooler kit is Hayden part # 459 can be picked up off the shelf from PeP Boys or ordered through Advance Auto parts, and even Auto Zone.