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Old 06-19-2013, 09:18 AM
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LAP Auto Trans

What trans comes stock in the 2.2 LAP?
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Old 06-19-2013, 09:28 AM
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The stock one. . I'm curious to this as well. Ill read the wiki later.
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So you finally gave up on the manual trans swap?

Temporary get a trans cooler and eventually get the zzp built auto when your trans dies.
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LS6Rally you are Awesome!
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Old 06-19-2013, 09:41 AM
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Originally Posted by andrewcarr1993 View Post
So you finally gave up on the manual trans swap?

Temporary get a trans cooler and eventually get the zzp built auto when your trans dies.
Yeah I was talking to Zzp about that, where can I find the trans cooler?
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Any cooler will work it's just a matter of finding one that'll fit good.
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yeah get a decent $30 one at the parts store, run it through both coolers, the aftermarket one and your radiator.
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Originally Posted by andrewcarr1993 View Post
Any cooler will work it's just a matter of finding one that'll fit good.
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yeah get a decent $30 one at the parts store, run it through both coolers, the aftermarket one and your radiator.
Have a link to one?
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Let me google that for you
In all seriousness though any universal cooler that'll fit will work.
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Originally Posted by andrewcarr1993 View Post
Let me google that for you
In all seriousness though any universal cooler that'll fit will work.
Thanks lol, easy to install?
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What size are the fittings for the trans cooler I need? I found some on the summit catalogs we have. Also does anyone sell upgraded parts for our trans? We.know a guy that buikds transmissions and he used to rebuild Volkswagen and BMW trans before he relocated here and knows alot. He just told me to get the parts and he could build mine
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Yes easy to install. I just snipped away at a line going back to trans and plugged them in there and done lol. Theres a way to do without snipping I think but I wasn't gonna take forever finding out.
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Easy install on the trans cooler!
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Easy install on the trans cooler!
Any "how to" threads for it?
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Search buddy, search. You could have probably figured all this out with google instead of us.
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Originally Posted by cobalt523 View Post
Any "how to" threads for it?
1. Figure out what line is IN or OUT.

2. Connect cooler to the OUT from radiator (you want the fluid to hit the radiator first THEN your cooler then back to the trans).

3. Mount somewhere where it gets air, either in the high grille or low grille (make sure hose clamps dont get close to radiator or you might puncture hole) (I did that to my AC condenser)
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Originally Posted by nhanson View Post
1. Figure out what line is IN or OUT.

2. Connect cooler to the OUT from radiator (you want the fluid to hit the radiator first THEN your cooler then back to the trans).

3. Mount somewhere where it gets air, either in the high grille or low grille (make sure hose clamps dont get close to radiator or you might puncture hole) (I did that to my AC condenser)
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