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Old 05-07-2013, 05:54 PM
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Reliability mods for early 99

Doing research for a friend. What steps should be done for reliability mods? I've read about no transmission cooler, is this all of the e99's?
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Upgrade the idm to at least a 120v, if not a 140v. E99 have a cooler. Its just that they are way too small.

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