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Old 09-03-2010, 12:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default trans cooler size

i'm finally getting around to building my auto trans setup for the hatch.

I have a lil trans cooler on the sedan since that's just a touring car atm.

however for my hatch with the upcoming "built" z6 i was wondering what a good size would be? it's a spirited DD with some track time on the weekends and lots of mountain roads. I know that too big and you don't warm up to optimal as well as have trouble pushing the fluid through it, but too small and it doesn't work that well.

Was wondering if anyone had some general ideas or have run various sizes.

also, since its primarily fins and tubing, do brands make a difference or do egay ones work about as well as the "branded" ones like hayden and B&M?
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