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B&M 70268 SuperCooler Automatic Transmission Cooler

by B&M
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  • Rigid stacked-plate design is resistant to damage, and much better at cooling than ordinary 'fin and tube' coolers
  • Constructed from black finished lightweight aluminum alloy for maximum corrosion resistance
  • 11" x 7-1/4" x 3/4" model is rated at 13.000 BTU, and pressure tested to 200 PSI
  • Includes installation kit
  • Backed by the manufacturer with a 1 year limited warranty
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandB&M
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions2.5 x 14 x 11.5 inches
Item model number70268
Manufacturer Part Number70268
OEM Part Number BBFT70268
  
Additional Information
ASINB000CIGE9G
Best Sellers Rank #5,290 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 23, 2005
  
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Product Description

Adding this B&M SuperCooler keeps the ATF and transmission cooler, and keeping a vehicle's transmission cool is essential for dependability, especially in performance applications. The unit is designed to be very efficient for its size and weight, to cool much better than an ordinary 'fin and tube' cooler, and to reduce the risk of lube system failure. Using fluxless, oven brazed construction for vibration resistance, it is built out of lightweight aluminum alloy and features a revolutionary 'stacked plate' design with multiple oil flow paths. The unit monitors resistance to flow by allowing a controlled amount of ATF to pass through a self-regulating orifice. Controlled by viscosity, thicker ATF is returned directly to lube through two bypass openings in the stacked plate core, while thinner ATF is directed through the core to cool as operating temperatures increase.


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Easy to install.
D. Daniel
As a result, the life expectancy of my transmission is extended since my transmission is running much cooler.
MR
I'm very pleased with the quality and construction of the product.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Eric on August 26, 2008
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This cooler does what's expected of one, I guess... not much to say about it.

It comes with 2 sizes of brass NPT fittings to interface with your existing factory cooler, if equipped. Supposedly there is an orifice bypass which serves to prevent overcooling, I guess that's cool except if you live in Arizona where overcooling doesn't really happen and instead you'd rather have all the flow you can get.

In case anyone wants a reference of functionality, I have a 2001 S10 4x4 with 4.3L engine & 4L60E transmission. On 110 degree days at 75mph my transmission used to run 240F, now with this cooler it runs about 205-210F under those conditions.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Eli on August 17, 2010
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Good Cooler

I suppose in order to understand how I gauge this cooler to be effective a little background info would be good. I have a 96 Dodge Ram 1500 RWD. This model and similar models of the same period are well known for having transmission failures due to excessive heat as the built in radiator cooler was not sufficient.

Prior to installing the cooler I installed a B&M Temperature Gauge kit on the pressure line coming out of the tranny, that way I have a better Idea of the actual transmission temp than if it were installed on the return line as the instructions indicate. The next day I decided put my truck through its paces to see what the temps would be, at 4:00 in the afternoon it was 86 degrees and traffic is fairly heavy during that time of day. Inner city driving for about 45 minutes showed that the temperature would be about 240. Taking it out on the highway at 70mph dropped the temp to about to 220 on long flat stretches.

About a week later I installed the cooler in series with the radiator cooler going first to the B&M cooler then the radiator cooler (Keep In mind that the temp gauge is on the pressure line out of the tranny so it measures the oil temp before it gets the coolers). When I finished it was again about 4:00 in the afternoon, only it was now 102 degrees in the shade. I took it out again to run it through the paces to see what the result would be. Again I drove around the city in traffic for 45 min or so. Initially it took the tranny a good bit longer to get above 200 and then didn't get above 220 until I really stomped it a few times between lights to push the temp up. I then took it out on the highway again and the temp settled at about 200.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Neutron Man on May 12, 2007
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The B&M supercooler is worth the extra bucks over a cheaper version. I have another Jeep with a cheaper cooler that works fine but isn't built nearly as solid as the B&M. This thing looks bullet proof. I like the plate design which allows for mounting using the plastic straps through the radiator or if you want to build a mounting bracket there are holds and supplied bolts to do that. I like the low-pressure drop design as well which allows cold fluid to by-pass the cooler so that the tranny fluid isn't over cooled in the winter months.

The install took about 2 hours but I'm very careful with what I cut and where I mount it. The 4 feet of transmission hose that comes with the cooler was enough for me but that is mostly due to the way I mounted it. Mounting it in a different location would require more hose so I recommend that before you take too much apart you consider the location. Transmission hose can be purchased for a few cents a foot at an auto parts store.

In conclusion, I am so far very happy with this cooler. Once we begin pulling a trailer this summer in the heat the full truth will be known.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By JK4Three on January 29, 2011
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Ordered and received promptly with fast, free shipping. Installed on my 09 Wrangler in a couple hours with no issues. It definately gets hot during operation, significantly hotter than the radiator. This means it is doing its job as advertised. Important - be sure to mount as directed for maximum efficiency. The trans fluid is not circulated under high preasure, so it will not fill the cooler if mounted with the inlet/outlet in the down position. It will just "shortcut" from the inlet to the outlet.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By ke6eum on December 17, 2010
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I installed this cooler in my '93 Chevy C-2500 truck because i tow a 24' travel trailer. My first trip after installing the cooler was to Joshua Tree National Park, about 130 miles from my home. I have not been able to notice any heat issues related to the transmission since the installation. Towing my trailer (up) to Joshua Tree was a challenge for my truck because of improper differential gearing and the fact that i have 285,000 miles on it. The transmission is my primary concern. But after installing the cooler, i feel that i can relax a little. i do not regret buying this product.
Note: the instructions do not indicate which port is input or output. I received an inquiry response from an online RV forum, who indicated that the transmission cooler does not have a particular input or output.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By markiz41 on July 14, 2010
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I was getting all kinds of weird things happening in my Mazda transmission because of overheating. Engine flare-ups, jerky downshifts, you name it. It was on a fast road to ruin. Since the installation of this cooler (along with ATF change), all this is now history. Shifts are timely and smooth, all for a fraction of a cost of a new valve body. The only thing that would make this kit even better is a couple of fender washers and a longer (~8ft) hose.
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