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Old 07-15-2010, 04:51 PM
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trans cooler pan?

Anyone have any experience with this? sounds pretty good, claims 20-50 degree drop in temps. Real curious to know if these are real numbers.
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Old 07-15-2010, 05:10 PM
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I haven't used it to me but all it seems is that it is a larger pan with copper tubes and or aluminum to dissipate the heat but it seems with 3 extra quarts of fluid that it might hold heat longer I am not sure nor have i used one but i am better the tubes are copper or aluminum
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hmmmm...interesting, and the price aint bad either...
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i have had a deep pan on my trunk for about 3 years. it never really ran cooler. last month i got a trans cooler off of an 03 6.0l. one of the best purchases i have made for the truck. trans doesnt get over 170 pulling 10,000lbs in 100 degree weather.
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I bought the pan a while back but havnt gonna try and get it on in the next week or so and when I do I will post up if I saw a drop in temps or not
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Old 07-15-2010, 06:29 PM
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By the way you can order the pan from summit, I paid $79 for it shipped with the $20 in summit bucks That came as a coupon in one of the catalogs
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yeah please do lowdown89, im real interested to know what the actual drop in temps for you were. If its what they claim ill buy it. even at the low end 20 degrees is alot when it comes to trans temp. I still want to buy a 6.0 cooler, just havent found a 31 row for a decent price.
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Longer to heat up and longer to cool down..get a 6.0 31 row cooler..
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Old 07-16-2010, 05:03 PM
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Longer to heat up and longer to cool down..get a 6.0 31 row cooler..
Yeah I have seen a lot of people say this, I think for the best cooling it would be good to have the 6.0 cooler and a deep pan, actually the cooler alone would prob be enough but the extra fluid along with the cooler couldn't hurt
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I bought the Deep MAGtech pan and noticed no cooler readings at all wish I would of just saved my money for somethin else in my opinion I would just get a 6.0l cooler I have had one for about a month just havn't had the time to install it but everyone I have seen have had good results with the cooler.
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