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Old 06-30-2008, 06:06 PM
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Has anyone used the Derale transmission pan 14108. It holds 3 quarts extra and is cheap like 85 bucks. Did it help lower your temps, and is the quality good?
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Derale makes quality parts. Yes it will help with temps. We have sold them, but not to anyone local to get any feedback, but here is a bump for you.

p.s. all the big trans coolers like the ATS atomic cool with fan is made by Derale.
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When I talked to Brian at BTS about a higher capacity pan he said he doesn't recomend them. He said it may take a little longer to heat the extra fluid up but it takes WAY longer to cool it all back down.
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When I talked to Brian at BTS about a higher capacity pan he said he doesn't recomend them. He said it may take a little longer to heat the extra fluid up but it takes WAY longer to cool it all back down.
i agree, thats what i have heard also.
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When I talked to Brian at BTS about a higher capacity pan he said he doesn't recomend them. He said it may take a little longer to heat the extra fluid up but it takes WAY longer to cool it all back down.
X2!!! There is no need for one
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