I have a 1971 volkswagen super beetle and am trying to get it to were I want it. The previous owner had it running on pro pane, and it ran terrible (he was a butcher). I got it running back like normal with the parts that were already on the car. I want this car to be my everyday driver so it needs more power and to run cooler. For more power I am starting off with installing dual carbs,and using the Weber IDFs Dual carbs 40mm with Billet aluminum air cleaners. I will also be adding a new exhuast. My problem and the reason I am posting this is the cooling part. The previous owner installed an after market external oiler cooler (oil filter is external and mounts to a metal bracket, and the oil cooler looks like a cheap small radiator). It leaks where the oil filter meets the bracket it screws into and drips oil on the hot engine causing smoke (this happens within a 15 min drive and gets worste the longer and faster I go, which also limits how fast I go). The whole set up looks cheap and doesnt work properly so I want to replace it,and this is where my question comes in. I was wondering what would be best recomend, because I heard the original dog house works the best and cant be beat, but I also did some research and saw that empi makes remote oil cooling systems that cool's twice as much as any other unit. I was just wondering if anyone could lend some advise to what the best way is to keeping my engine cool so I can travel far and go fast with my super beetle. I would really apprciate your advise and thank you for taking the time for reading this.