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Aluminum Heatsink Transmission Cooler, 12 Inch

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Specs
Material Type:
Aluminum
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Polished
Outlet Fitting:
3/8" NPT
Bolt Hole Pattern:
13.68" x 1.40"
Overall Height:
3.08
Overall Width:
3.00
Overall Length:
14.38
Tube Length:
12.88
Notes
Includes two 3/8" NPT hose nipples to fit 3/8" hose.
Aluminum Heatsink Transmission Cooler, 12 Inch
Aluminum Heatsink Transmission Cooler, 12 Inch
Aluminum Heatsink Transmission Cooler, 12 Inch
Aluminum Heatsink Transmission Cooler, 12 Inch

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Reviews (7)

Q & A (3)

What's in the Box

Info

The conductivity of aluminum and added fins make these the best choice for performance and price. Includes hose barb fittings.

  • Compact & efficient size
  • All-aluminum design for maximum heat transfer
  • Easily mounts to most frame rails 
  • Includes two hose nipples to fit 3/8" hose

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
RATING BREAKDOWN
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Leroy
Verified Purchaser
Linton, In

Great for what I needed and cheaper than other outfits.

April 20, 2016
It's on my 46 Chevy pick up and my father in law runs them on both of his street rods and likes them so that's what I went with
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Dada
Verified Purchaser
Johannesburg, South Africa.

Exactly what i was looking for.

March 01, 2016
Installed in line as cooler for Offroad spaceframe race car power steering system.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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RatrodLar
Verified Purchaser
California

Excellent value and appearance

March 08, 2015
Once again, Speedway delivered just what I needed to complete a critical phase of my hot rod build. The Aluminum Heatsink Transmission Cooler fits in the intended location perfectly, looks great, and performs just the way it was designed.
Pros:
  • Great Look
  • Great price
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Steve
Nevada

Really nice

May 29, 2011
Very well built, looks good too. I mounted the transmission cooler on the bottom frame of my T Bucket in the air flow. A few fittings, some hose and it was done. You do have to find a place to mount it so it can radiate away the heat, but once you find a place, no problem.
Pros:
  • Improves Engine Efficiency
  • Lightweight
  • Easy To Install
  • Durable
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Scubajeeper
Verified Purchaser
Louisiana

Just like I wanted

April 22, 2011
Used this cooler on a modified Jeep with full hydro steering for a steering cooler, works great, it's compact and can be put anywhere you get cool airflow over it.
Pros:
  • Durable
  • Easy To Install
  • Lightweight
No, I would not recommend this product.
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Boober
Clinton, In

Very easy to install and looks great

July 06, 2010
Installed on a 1931 Ford street rod It was as easy a drilling four holes in your frame and getting two short sections of hose and your ready to go.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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ponca city, ok

very nice

April 19, 2010
looks great, and works great
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

3 questions : 3 answers

1 answers

what is the BTU rating?

tuck
ohio
October 19, 2012

what is the BTU rating?

Answers

October 19, 2012
Jason
These aluminum heat sink trans coolers do not specify a BTU rating or temperature drop. Many customers are using them in place of the internal radiator cooler with satisfactory results. We recommend the largest cooler for the space available in your vehicle and also for self assurance you could plumb in a temperature gauge if desired. The only cooler specifying a BTU rating is the B&M cooler number 20070265
1 answers

how many degrees will this drop the transmission fluid temp....not a hot rod tho

pat
auburn, ca
April 21, 2011

how many degrees will this drop the transmission fluid temp....not a hot rod tho

Answers

April 27, 2011
Brian K
Your question cannot be answered directly due to other variables that have not been mentioned. Example: larger sized coolers will provide greater surface area for greater heat dissipation. This style of cooler is very prevalent in the performance aftermarket and does a very, very effective job in reducing transmission temperatures. It is not uncommon for these to reduce temperatures as much as 50 degrees, but again, depending upon your application, outside ambient temperatures, and the application in which you use your vehicle will have an affect on the overall temperature of the fluid. A good temperature range for your transmission fluid is 175-200 degrees. Some customers use these in conjunction with an internal radiator transmission cooler, but others have had great success using them in a stand alone situation.
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What would cool my transmission better. One of these coolers or a trans cooler that is buit into the bottom of a radiator?

CI
Pennslyvania
February 27, 2012

What would cool my transmission better. One of these coolers or a trans cooler that is buit into the bottom of a radiator?

Answers

February 29, 2012
John
Part number 91023112 The aluminum heatsink trans cooler is an option used daily for rods that do not have a radiator with the trans cooler or a radiator that could not accept the cooler. Normally they handle the cooling needs sufficiently as long as sized for the intended application and have sufficient air flow to dissipate the heat. The cooler in the radiator in some cases is not adequate for sufficient cooling and in those cases a supplementary cooler is needed. The internal cooler in the radiator also serves need in warming up the fluid to operating temperature in different climates. The transmission fluid is designed to work in certain temperature ranges and if the fluid is too cold it can have adverse effects as well. As a fail safe solution a temp gauge can be installed in the line to keep the driver informed of the fluid temperature.
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