B&M 70265 Super Cooler Polished Aluminum Transmission Oil Cooler
Universal Fit, 11.00" Overall Width, 4.50" Overall Height, 1.69" Overall Thickness, Aluminum
- Made of lightweight aluminum, with an efficient "stacked plate" design
- Multiple cooling paths give them the cooling capacity of larger fan-and-tube coolers
- Low pressure-drop design allows for less oil system restriction
- Features .75" mounting tabs on both sides
- Dimensions measure 11" wide, 4.5" tall, and 1.69 thick
The last thing you need in the middle of a race or a road trip is to have a transmission or engine go south because your oil cooler can't keep up. B&M's SuperCooler oil coolers will keep your transmission or engine cool and running in your time of need. They're made of lightweight aluminum, with an efficient "stacked plate" design. Multiple cooling paths give them the cooling capacity of larger fan-and-tube coolers. And, because they have a low pressure-drop design, there is less oiling-system restriction.
100% brazed construction provides superior strength and minimum overall size. Stacked fin and plate design is 33% more efficient than the same size tube-and-fin cooler.
Measures 4-1/2" x 11" x 1-1/2" thick with female 1/2 NPT ports. Cooler efficiency rating of 7,500 BTU.
WarrantiesB&M's warranty covers the original purchasing consumer and is limited to repair or replacement by B&M of any part that fails because of a defect in materials or workmanship. All currently cataloged automatic and manual shifters (except cables) are covered by a limited lifetime warranty. B&M transmissions are covered for a period of 90 days from the date of purchase. All other B&M products (except racing products) are covered for a period of 1 year from the date of purchase. Customers must deal with B&M directly on transmission-related issues. This warranty does not cover: Failure of B&M products due to misapplication, improper installation, or maintenance; failure to provide adequate cooling or maintain proper fluid level; misuse or abuse; removal or replacement costs; transmission oil; damage to related components; costs incurred due to downtime of vehicle, towing costs, etc.; normal wear and tear; products used for racing (except shifters); melted shifter cables; overheating damage on transmissions or high stall converters; or shipping costs.
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