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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-15-2006, 11:05 PM Thread Starter
 
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Well i got a trans cooler today, it only cost me 180 dollars but i have to say looking at it it is impressive. It looks like it barely fit and it has its own fan, so i guess its worth it considering theabuse im about to start putting my birf under on a regular basis. I just figured id share this fact with every one.
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What brand is it? Because you can get a B&M for alot cheaper than that.

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im not sure, i dont have time to work on my car myself anymore so i had my mechanic buy and install it, the 180 was for parts and instalation.
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Oh OK that makes alot more sense now. I thought that was what you
paid for the cooler.

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Well i got a trans cooler today, it only cost me 180 dollars but i have to say looking at it it is impressive. It looks like it barely fit and it has its own fan, so i guess its worth it considering theabuse im about to start putting my birf under on a regular basis. I just figured id share this fact with every one.

What brand is it??

Jmod, Mark VIII 4R70W tranny, Mark VIII Aluminum Driveshaft, 03 Marauder TC and Flexplate, True Dual Exhaust with High Flow Magnaflow Cats, and midmount DI/DO Magnaflow Muffler, 18" Slash Cut Chrome Tips, AC Compressor Delete Pulley, 180 Degrees T-Stat, Scott White Faced Guages,

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yeah well my car doesn't run on chocolate so who cares.
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im not sure, i dont have time to work on my car myself anymore so i had my mechanic buy and install it, the 180 was for parts and instalation.


Reading is fun

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Reading is fun

lol......my bad, im an idiot

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im just playin

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