Flexible Transmission cooler lines part numbers

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  1. techg8

    techg8 The BS GS

    Summitracing part numbers

    200-4r
    Vpe-16435 qty2 inverted seat adapter
    Sum-230615 qty1 braided -6an line 15ft
    Sum-220027 qty1 trans case line adapter set
    Sum-220690b qty4 straight hose ends

    Th350, th400, 700r4
    All in one kit
    ADD-23-1501

    Hope this helps!
     
  2. hjsonnie

    hjsonnie '51 Henry J '72 Skylark

    Hi Ken. I think I am finally ready for the 200 4r swap. I've read your post on the th350 swap a few times. Thanks for the great info.
    I have a carb you rebuilt and tv armed for me. I have two questions.
    Did you find the swap needed an additional trans cooler? And how would I know if need a lockup kit or do they all need it? I just loaded my Summit cart with the line, fittings, carb bracket, and lockup kit. But want to be sure.
    Thanks, Don
    (up the road a piece in Westfield, MA.)
     
  3. techg8

    techg8 The BS GS

    I am using just the in-radiator trans cooler. I had a couple feet leftover of the hose.

    Certainly an auxiliary trans cooler couldnt hurt, but you might need more cooler hose. If you plan on running the trans hard, it might not be a bad idea.

    I do use the lockup for gas mileage purposes. You can activate it a bunch of ways...toggle switch, pressure switch, full on lockup kit by tci.....

    Are they "needed"? Its up to you.

    Install a trans temp gage. If it gets too hot, add an aux cooler.

    The tci lockup kit is likely the best complete solution for driveability and controlling lockup.
     
  4. LARRY70GS

    LARRY70GS a.k.a. "THE WIZARD"

  5. techg8

    techg8 The BS GS

    I should also mention, if the lower straight hose end is too close to the frame or what have you, I have used a 90deg hose end.

    Sum-220687
     
  6. hjsonnie

    hjsonnie '51 Henry J '72 Skylark

    Ken, I have never had my vert down the track. We just cruise and drive it. I will be sure and have a couple of extra fittings. I'll be in touch about putting the 3:73's in the rear end, too.

    Larry, I was following your recent post about a trans cooler. I like that Derale plate set up as well. I was thinking a 16 or 19 plate version myself.

    Thanks as always guys, for your advice and wisdom.!
     
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