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mag hytec pan or Dieselsite trans filter

what do you think would be more beneficial? I like the look of the pan, was going to buy a Mag Hytec or ATS, but now read that over 4qts is not real beneficial and the pans powder coating can retain heat, i also want a Dieselsite trans filter kit, anyone use this kit and have pics?
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I would not get either. What is best is to properly maintain the transmission. That is what is best.
And if you are having transmission temp issues then you are pushing the transmission too hard or there is an issue.

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You can upgrade to the OEM '08+ pan and filter, the '08 filter is a real filter not just the screen that is in the '03-'07

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not having any issues, but the dieselsite kit looks real good, also the allisons come with a spin on filter, thought it would be good for keeping crap out of the trans
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do the 08 filter and pan upgrade. like stated above it filter much much much better.

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anyone have the part number for the pan and filter for 08+? im guna get it from tousley
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Check out this write up by worldwide73 GoGo direct solenoid and 08 tranny pan install

Pan 8C3Z-7A194-B
Filter 8C3Z-7A098-D


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do i need a new gasket?, i know there reusable, but should i get one and would anyone happen to know the part # as well. also i plan on keeping my truck stock for a while, so what is the benefits of the go go solenoid? will it cause a problem with stock power? thanks
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oh and do i need new bolts? thanks again
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So will the 08-10 filter work on my 06 5r110 if I have the Maghytec pan already? I havent ever heard of this upgrade before for the filter and would definitely like to do it.

The gogo solenoid will not hurt your stock transmission and is designed to provide a higher pressure on the clutches to help them hold better with higher power levels.

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