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Here are pics of the Diff Cooler freshly installed on my 05.
It's a nice kit, complete with mounting bracket and fan. :thumbsup:

I asked Luke to send me a Factory Trans Temp Sensor, which I had the shop install also.
I intend to wire that Factory Sensor to the Trans Temp Circuit, so I can read Diff Temp from the Dash Display.
Hopefully it lets my Cryo Treated Diff live a bit longer. :rolleyes:
 

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hmmmm.... interesting insurance policy... wonder how much it would cost to scab together from parts from BE-Cool or something like that...
 

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Here are pics of the Diff Cooler freshly installed on my 05.
It's a nice kit, complete with mounting bracket and fan. :thumbsup:

I asked Luke to send me a Factory Trans Temp Sensor, which I had the shop install also.
I intend to wire that Factory Sensor to the Trans Temp Circuit, so I can read Diff Temp from the Dash Display.
Hopefully it lets my Cryo Treated Diff live a bit longer. :rolleyes:
It looks like it should have come that way from the factory, nice installation and built well.

Have you thought about putting a switch in the cabin to read both sensors on the same input on the dash display with the flip of a switch? Would this work (hell, I would try it)?

Will this fit with the 3" sewer pipes and the KARS Stage 3 kit?? It looks like it will but need to ask before I get serious about it.
 

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Yes Rob,

A cabin mounted switch is exactly what I had in mind. :yup:
Since, it's electrical I get to do that part of the install myself.

I'm not sure if there is clearance for a Kars Stage 3.
I apologize that the exhaust is dangling in these pics, so you can't see the real clearances.

I can't wait to see what the temp readings are.
There is a thermo switch, on the fan but I have yet to find out at what temp it turns on at.
I'll know more when I finally get the car (one of these years). :rolleyes:
 

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Yes Rob,

A cabin mounted switch is exactly what I had in mind. :yup:
Since, it's electrical I get to do that part of the install myself.

I'm not sure if there is clearance for a Kars Stage 3.
I apologize that the exhaust is dangling in these pics, so you can't see the real clearances.

I can't wait to see what the temp readings are.
There is a thermo switch, on the fan but I have yet to find out at what temp it turns on at.
I'll know more when I finally get the car (one of these years). :rolleyes:
Quite cool, I hope you will be posting some picks on the final install and let us know how the switch works.

Points to you for creative ideas on using the trans cooler input and one cool cooler!
 
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