Moroso 41205 Details
Combination cooler/filter uses special heat sink fins (with 1072 square inches of raditation surface) to dissipate the excessive heat build up in racing transmissions. Filter/magnet combo removes all wear particles over 10 microns on size. Made of lightweight aluminum, designed to withstand up to 30 lbs of pressure. Easy to install and comes complete with filter cartridge, two 1/4'' NPT to -6AN fittings, mounting tabs. 3-1/2''H x 6-1/4''W x 18''L; 4.7lbs. Not recommended for street use.
Designed to control transmission heat through its ''heat sink'' design, Moroso's transmission cooler incorporates 500 square inches of radiation surface for high heat transfer. Inside the cooler, you'll find a magnatized filter cartridge that removes wear particles over 4 microns in size. Easy installation. Approximately 3'' x 12'' long. Weighs about 1 pound.Features:
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