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post #97 of 126 (permalink) Old 11-05-2018, 09:52 AM
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I guess I'm confused it's a stock cooler replacement, little bit wider and thicker (I think, havent opened the box) so it's not* gonna crazy cooling numbers but a few when it gets hot is my guessing and the added oil is nice.

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I was going to see about a temperature switch off a relay (so it doesnt engage with engine off) just for a little for flow.

I was also thinking about that same fan under the front seats lol.


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I guess I'm confused it's a stock cooler replacement, little bit wider and thicker (I think, havent opened the box) so it get crazy cooling numbers but a few when it gets hot is my guessing and the added oil is nice.

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Upgr8 Universal High Performance 12V Slim Electric Cooling Radiator Fan With Fan Mounting Kit (14 Inch, Black) https://amzn.to/2F1YSK5

I was going to see about a temperature switch off a relay (so it doesnt engage with engine off) just for a little for flow.

I was also thinking about that same fan under the front seats lol.

non of that makes sense dude...

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Weren't able to see the missing not? Common now

From the top few posts saying the cooler isn't getting crazy cooling numbers. Unless I read them wrong.

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Hey everybody,

Thanks for the feedback! @ohv this cooler is designed to fit in the stock location without any modifications, but it is also designed to be a performance cooler that functions better than the stock cooler. If you guys aren't seeing a reduction in trans fluid temps, please let me know so that I can pass it on to our engineering team.

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I'm on the same page. I'm confused with the other postings.

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Needs a lot more than a “not” added to be legible. I re-read it and I still don’t see what your trying to say.


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Hi this Mishimoto cooler is considerably better than the stock tube cooler and its bigger, my truck gets hotter at a stoplight than before because i bypassed the block mounted plate cooler because i didn't want to have a problem with cross leakage. So Mishimoto cooler is a vast improvment over the stock front mounted cooler!!!

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Needs a lot more than a “not” added to be legible. I re-read it and I still don’t see what your trying to say.


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I would imagine under normal unloaded or ideal towing situations extra cooling wouldn’t make a lick of difference, unless the trans is on its way out. I ran a rather large extra cooler with fan under the bed of my 00’, and yea, saw almost no difference day to day. However, when things got dicey, unlocked 20mpg towing up hill in bumper to bumper traffic, the extra cooler was the difference between 250* and 210* max. Not to mention the cooler helped it cooler down faster once we picked up speed again.

I would add this stock replacement in a heartbeat if I was often in those towing conditions or was towing heavyweights. It’s on my to-but list, but lower priority right now.


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Hi this Mishimoto cooler is considerably better than the stock tube cooler and its bigger, my truck gets hotter at a stoplight than before because i bypassed the block mounted plate cooler because i didn't want to have a problem with cross leakage. So Mishimoto cooler is a vast improvment over the stock front mounted cooler!!!
on another forum- Mishimoto trans cooler
they pulled the tstat in the cooler, maybe on heavy days pull it? Im not all sure on that tho.

i am hoping to get time to do the install this coming weekend.

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My cooler is in. I broke the tab getting the old one out.... seems okay without it... after I rebuild my shocks I plan on securing things a bit better.

Great product itll help when I'm out in the Dez for sure!

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