FS Trans cooler setup

N54gasm

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2008 bmw 335i m sport
Includes everything you need to install. B&M Trucool core (big guy), 165* thermostat, an lines/fittings, stock trans lines adapters. Keeps my trans nice and cool, even at the track. Hovers around 145-155, even during stop and go traffic. Very efficient setup. $485 picked up, $500 shipped. Will also do a group buy if there's enough interest.
 

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Gavin

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Not sure if auto and manual cars are the same but I have a auto335.that trans heat exchanged that sits behind the fan towards the bottom,would that be removed and this put in its place?looks like there's 4 lines connected to that trans exchanger.your kit gets rid of that plus is a direct bolt on in drivers fender?do I lose the fog lights and the duct that goes to the brake?just want to understand the setup,if you have a DIY pics so I can see how it's run so I can understand.
 

N54gasm

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Feb 6, 2017
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New Freedom
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2008 bmw 335i m sport
Yes, this eliminates the stock heat exchanger. You connect two lines to the stock trans lines and goes to one side of the thermostat, and two more lines from the thermostat to the cooler. The cooler sits in the bumper on driver side, takes up the whole damn space actually haha. I don't have a diy atm, but its pretty self explanatory. If not, im sure there is a similar DIY floating around.