Proper oil temperature regulation is key to extending and preserving the life of your stock or high performance engine. Keep your temperatures in check with the Mishimoto 25-Row Universal Oil Cooler Kit. This kit is applicable for most vehicles and includes all key components for reducing oil temperatures and providing your engine with extra protection against oil degradation. This kit includes a billet anodized aluminum sandwich plate in either standard or thermostatic form. The included core is their proven 25-row stacked-plate cooler, which can withstand high fluid pressures and significantly reduce oil temperatures while exhibiting minimal pressure loss. This kit includes both a 3/4" -16 and M20-1.5 sandwich plate adapter which supports fitment for most makes and models. This kit also includes pre-assembled stainless steel braided oil lines with -10AN fittings and dowty seals for durable, leak free connections. Whether you are piloting a boosted rotary or a blown small block, the Mishimoto 25-Row Universal Oil Cooler Kit will provide the efficiency you need to stay on the track and out of the shop. As with all their products this kit includes the Mishimoto Lifetime Warranty
I reached out to Mishimoto to see if the Universal Oil Cooler Kit will fit your 2020 Rav4 2.5L, they provided me with an article. Your Rav4 does have the canister (threaded) type of oil filter, and I believe it has the 3/4"-16 threading. So it passes step 1. Checking for step 2 and step 3 should be easy for you, actually having the car in front of you. I want to say it will fit, but please verify Step 2 and Step 3 (especially step 2), to ensure it will fit (I was not able to verify watching online videos).
The article Mishimoto sent is below (again you pass step 1). Thank you for checking us out, we appreciate your business.
This article was created to assist customers with choosing an oil cooler for their vehicle which Mishimoto does not directly support. If a customer wishes to fit a Mishimoto Oil Cooler kit into a vehicle that we do not make products for, Mishimoto suggests following the below guide. When using a product not specifically meant for the customer's vehicle, modification may be unavoidable.
Products: Oil coolers; Oil cooler kits
STEP 1 - Oil filter/Sandwich plate. There are a few different oil filter setups. Canister or drop in style. The universal Mishimoto Oil Cooler kit will fit with the canister style only.
Canister - These thread onto a male port usually behind or under the engine. Spin off the used filter and thread onto the new filter when completing an oil change.
Drop in - These filters simply drop into a plastic (*or metal) housing attached to the engine.
Next, the customer will need to confirm the thread pitch of the canister filter to determine what adaptor is needed. Mishimoto currently offers sandwich plates and adaptors for the following thread pitches:
-M20 x 1.5
-3/4"-16 (I believe this is the threading on your Rav4)
-M22 x 1.5
STEP 2 - Bumper/Oil cooler. With the bumper still on the vehicle, raise the vehicle in the air and take a look at the available space behind the bumper. Will the plastic bumper cover need to be modified when fitting the cooler? Additionally, Mishimoto suggests keeping the metal bumper beam in mind as some customers are forced to modify this piece as well. Mishimoto does not recommend deleting the metal bumper beam. Many newer cars come with additional coolers from the factory. Mishimoto suggests that customers keep these in mind when determining which Mishimoto Universal Oil Cooler is suitable for their application. Mishimoto does not suggest deleting these coolers.
Will the additional coolers prevent the cooler from being mounted properly?
STEP 3 - Lines. Mishimoto suggests looking at how the lines can be routed to confirm nothing will be in the way. Mishimoto offers an Oil Line Stay in order to assist the customer with routing the lines together.
Does the vehicle come with fog lights embedded within the plastic bumper cover?
Does the plastic bumper cover have any sensors, or additional wiring running through it?
Will any additional coolers/parts prevent the lines from accessing the oil cooler?