JIMS® Forceflow Cylinder Head Cooler

With summer heat or in traffic your stock pr big inch air cooled engine will heat up with excessive operating temperatures able to dammage your motor. To prevent this issue, JIMS®, is introducing the new patent pending ForceFlow Cylinder Head Cooler forcing the heat away from your engine by pushing high velocity air through the cylinder fin pack in a wide flow pattern, directed at the head gasket surface. Powered by a cooling fan that was designed to cool brakes in NASCAR, the JIMS ForceFlow can lower head temperatures up to 100 degrees! The ForceFlow can either be activated by a thermostat (included), or wired for a manual on/off switch. This unique design also relocates the horn inside the ForceFlow’s streamlined housing, and gives the horn mount or “left side” of the bike a much needed new look.

This graph represents the average cylinder head temperature reduction of all JIMS ForceFlow heat testing combined.

JIMS tested worse case scenarios by letting engines idle in the sun for over half an hour each, while recording cylinder head temperatures minute-by-minute.

The patent pending JIMS ForceFlow Cylinder Head Cooler will help an engine operate and stabilize at lower temperatures, reducing cylinder head temperatures by up to 100 degrees.

The ForceFlow comes with all necessary hardware and wiring, and is available in Black or Silver for $420.00 MSRP, or Polished for $450.00 MSRP.

Call 805-482-6913 or visit JIMS USA.


16 Responses to “JIMS® Forceflow Cylinder Head Cooler”

  1. 1 burnout Apr 13th, 2012 at 10:59 am

    Great part. Should outlast the Motor Co’s version and looks waaaay nicer. peace

  2. 2 Luis Apr 13th, 2012 at 11:45 am

    It would be cool to have a matching air-cleaner on the opposite side

  3. 3 Troll Apr 13th, 2012 at 2:27 pm

    So, how well done does the leg on the right side get? At least it’s not as fugly as the thing H-D came up with…can you say “liquid cooling” ?

  4. 4 Rogue Apr 14th, 2012 at 6:44 am

    I have had good results with products from Jims and I am hoping to try one of these out soon.

  5. 5 Oldude Apr 14th, 2012 at 7:04 am

    Harley offered something similar for baggers that were used in parades. Saw accessory on police and Shriner bikes. Was pretty ugly!

  6. 6 mike switzer Apr 14th, 2012 at 7:39 am

    I remember a scoop that was used on shovelhead baggers in the early 70s

  7. 7 Wahl E. Gator Apr 14th, 2012 at 9:49 am

    Too much for me! $!

  8. 8 izadore007 Apr 14th, 2012 at 8:42 pm

    Now, with this can you eliminate a Oil Cooler?? You Talented Mechanics out there forget that the price of Labor in $100 an hour and no way they are going to bill an hour! So look at it the way a Citizen Rider figures this new piece of Technology. $450 plus $200 for 2 hrs. Labor plus, plus, plus Tax. $700-$750 Plus Oil Cooler $400 and $1150 for what now……………………………! I feel the BLOOD, now!

  9. 9 Mike Tomas Kiwi Indian MC Co Apr 15th, 2012 at 1:44 am

    If Jims were are a music group/band, they would be No1 with all the hits they have put out. Could Jim be Elvis???

  10. 10 CafeSportyTC Apr 16th, 2012 at 10:16 am

    i with a few others here, bring back the ham can for both sides!

  11. 11 Michael Long Apr 17th, 2012 at 7:56 am

    Save your self some gas money and rely on your allready working ,very well ,oil cooler to do the job.

  12. 12 Mike Wood Apr 29th, 2012 at 2:07 pm

    Too bad none of the distributors has it available in catalog or website yet. Makes it hard to order. I spent an entire day hunting down this cooler, with no luck.

  13. 13 Paul Platts Apr 30th, 2012 at 10:24 am

    Mike – Yes, it’s a brand new product for us. The first units should be shipping in a few weeks. Many distributors are going to be carrying it, and have already jumped on board with opening orders. Give us a call directly at JIMS (805-482-6913), and we can let you know how to get one on order through a distributor or dealer.

  14. 14 Mike Wood May 20th, 2012 at 10:27 am

    Thanks for the help with ordering!

  15. 15 John Hare Jun 18th, 2012 at 8:47 pm

    I have a fan on my heritage softail now,I forget the name,but it was better and cooled the engine better ,it put out more air,It cooled the engine maybe 10-15 degrees,on a 90 degree day in traffic,If this fan can cool my engine 50 or more degree’s I will buy it,but with the engine size getting bigger and bigger I doubt that it will cool that much,If it had 2- 12 volt motors blowing,I would really beleive it,I hope that fan really cools like they say,Harley needs something to cool those bikes down

  16. 16 Dean Sep 22nd, 2012 at 10:09 pm

    Does this not push all that hot air into the aircleaner?

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