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Old 06-22-2004, 09:29 PM   #1
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YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It's been so long since my last performance modification and now it's going to happen. I'm getting a PI stallion 3k stall Torque converter. Well, first I'm buying fogs for my cobra R bumper and then I'm getting the converter. But I also want to add a tranny cooler can you guys tell me of where I can find a good one for cheap. Also about how much should install run me?
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good what? if you want a good tranny cooler for cheap. www.steeda.com -- their's is FRPP and it is like $40. It will be enough for you. if you want the cheapest place for the TC - houston performance can hook you up.

install should be around $200 for the TC and you can do the cooler yourself in 45min
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or 3hrs if your dumb like me

Congrats on the PI.
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tranny cooler is easy to install it took me like 45 minutes the first and only time i did one
you can prolly do the tq youself too if you can find a lift and a tranny jack
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on a auto tranny cooler dont you just splice it in with the existing lines or something?
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kinda. you just use the existing lines and run the 2nd (aftermarket) tranny cooler in series w/ the factory one in the radiator
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