The BD-Power Xtruded Auxiliary Trans Cooler is the best performance cooler to cool any high performance or towing diesel pickup. The BD-Power high efficiency micro extruded bar technology provides 22% more cooling over other transmission coolers on the market. The 25 flat tubes have 200 micro extruded passages providing an over sized surface area to transfer heat for external air flow cooling and superior heat dispensation. With a power rating of 33,930 BTU/HR it's designed for an excess of 30,000 GVW. Large end tanks provide up to 5/8" ID hose compatibility. 80-Watt, 10-inch, 800CFM electric fan offers the ultimate worry free automatic transmission oil temperature control.
- 800 CFM Electric Fan
- High Efficiency Micro Extruded Technology
- Large Ends Tanks Allow up to 5/8" Hose
- Designed for an Excess of 30,000 GVW
- Cooler Only - Brackets, Hoses & Wiring Not Included
Around 90% of all automatic transmission failures can be contributed to overheating. You need to know your transmission temperature to ensure early warnings are noticed. Overheating can almost always tell you whats wrong with your transmission, which is that theres something wrong with the transmission fluid. Transmission fluid is the lifeblood of your transmission, providing crucial functions such as cooling to lubrication to fluid pressure and more. Transmission fluid will not serve the transmission with lubrication and breaks down starting at 200 degrees. Without enough transmission fluid or effective fluid, your transmission will start the process of early failure. The ideal fluid temperature is between 175-190 degrees.
- 220 degrees, varnish forms inside the transmission
- 240 degrees, seals start to harden and lose their effectiveness
- 260 degrees, you will often experience transmission slipping
- 295 degrees, seals and clutches start to burn and fluid forms carbon transmission failure begins
With every 20 degrees you can effectively drop the temperature you could double the life of the transmission. Monitoring these temperatures should be priority with a transmission temperature gauge. Preventing these elevated temperatures with proper cooling.