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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 05-10-2011, 03:23 AM Thread Starter
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Dual Transmisson coolers

Okay so i do alot of stop and go towing and never really get much of a airflow to my front trans cooler. It was a 6.0 cooler till the trans went and now im running a trucool. My question is would it hurt anything to put a fan operated cooler inline on the frame rail to keep the temps down when there is not much airflow to the front cooler??


Anyone know the flow test specs for the E40D? I think i read it was 1 quart every 15 seconds.

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Re: Dual Transmisson coolers

check the tech section, I think there is a write up on flushing that gives some of the info your looking for.

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