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Old 3/19/17, 11:11 AM
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Tranny fluid cooler?

Does the Boss come with a Tranny fluid cooler/scoop?

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The 302R might. I don't think the 302 or LS did.
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The LS had a scoop, the standard Boss did not.
You can get one from Ford Performance for $150.
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Looks like Levittown Ford has it (M-5025-MBR) for about $90. Not sure about shipping and tax on that. But, Amazon has it for under $100. Been thinking about adding one to mine.
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Wonder if they are really necessary? I only drive mine on the weekends, but if it prolongs the life of the car and its parts, might be a good investment.
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Wonder if they are really necessary? I only drive mine on the weekends, but if it prolongs the life of the car and its parts, might be a good investment.
Its not going to make a bit of difference to a steet car. It only really would be usefull for a car that see extended track sesions where the transmission actually sees high temps. On a street car it will only mean it will take longer for the transmission fluid to warm up.
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Looks like Levittown Ford has it (M-5025-MBR) for about $90. Not sure about shipping and tax on that. But, Amazon has it for under $100. Been thinking about adding one to mine.


Levittown is $90 + shipping.
$15 to Michigan
Total about $105.
These were standard on LS
Not needed unless you track the car or to make one feel good!!!
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I wonder if it changes down force at high speeds, by changing the air flow under the car?
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