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External transmission fluid filter

Hi everyone,

I like to add an external transmission fluid filter to my 722.6 transmission.
Can you recommend any online store where I can buy a kit?
And what do I have to keep in mind? Like bypass valve or type of filter?

This is similar to what I am thinking of: http://www.summitracing.com/int/part...0277/overview/

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You are in uncharted territory.

The key things are that the add on cooler is fed from the main input and output lines from the trans. The best setup would bypass the entire trans cooling going through the radiator. It would need to be large and if perfect have a fan passing air through the new cooler.

What are you doing that is severe duty that would call for an external trans cooler?
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There is a sealed power filter that I always used after a rebuild on Chrysler vehicles with a mechanical governor valve.
That way, anything from the failure in the cooler that got dislodged once it got hot would get trapped in the filter between the cooler
and the trans, It was just an inline filter with a bypass valve in case of plugging.
Virtually eliminated comebacks. Not sure if that is what you are looking for but definitely easier to install than the spin on.
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You are in uncharted territory.

What are you doing that is severe duty that would call for an external trans cooler?

fex. traveling in deep snow with only 2 psi of air in the tires.

Can you recommend some cooler?
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Thank you Billbarr,

I think IŽll go for your idea Magnefine--Your Source For Magnefine Inline Filters

But you better be sure it is genuine,
http://www.s10forum.com/forum/f13/pr...ilters-510283/
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Perfect cleaner for A/T Fluid and Engine Oil + for Turbo I think

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Hi everyone,

I like to add an external transmission fluid filter to my 722.6 transmission.
Can you recommend any online store where I can buy a kit?
And what do I have to keep in mind? Like bypass valve or type of filter?

This is similar to what I am thinking of: http://www.summitracing.com/int/part...0277/overview/

Gunnar
I'm using this stuff(P-3) in picture on my Trans. 722.6 and this one remove the debris in OIL(AT Fluid ) all the time. A/T Fluid or Engine OIL have to pass the line of magnetic force(Patent) and remember this debris on magnet passed the AT Filter! No filter remove the fine metal( conventional filter in AT line are useless) I think.

Your TURBO and ENGINE doesn't like fine metal debris that produce from internal engine component such a cam gear and timing chain etc.
Make the clean oil with this stuff and you will get more efficiency such a fuel economy, engine and oil life and more, You just keep this device on your car. You CLEAN the this Device and REUSE it ! !. I hope your car will run forever and good luck. 00320 Cross finger for my attachment. :|

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You just keep this device on your car. You CLEAN the this Device and REUSE it ! !. I hope your car will run forever and good luck. 00320 Cross finger for my attachment.
Hi 00320,
thank you for your post.

Pls. explain how I can CLEAN the device and RE USE it.
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Thank you Billbarr,

I think IŽll go for your idea Magnefine--Your Source For Magnefine Inline Filters

But you better be sure it is genuine,
PROBLEMS with DEFECTIVE/ BAD MAGNEFINE FILTERS - S-10 Forum
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Perfect cleaner for A/T Fluid and Engine Oil + for Turbo I think

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Hi 00320,
thank you for your post.

Pls. explain how I can CLEAN the device and RE USE it.
Hi, Goumur
Thank you for your time and your question.
On site where I couldn't put pictures as attachments (I still try to put in but same problem has,just keep try)
Here,
to clean my stuff is remove the permanent strong magnets with special configuration(patent) from housing and all oil or fluid that contain "debris" have to pass the line of magnetic power and you will be understanding how this one work and just clean it by paper or cloth etc.

We all know every engine need clean OIL or Fluid all the time but NO one makes like this stuff and they don't want to sell this kind environmental friendly stuff even they know.

If you have the question please, give me e-mail to me, I will give you more information
(in here but I can't send attachment too.)

Thank you again and have a fun with your car.
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Perfect cleaner for A/T Fluid and Engine Oil + for Turbo I think

[QUOTE=00320;10622817]
Hi, Goumur
I listed picture at bottom for your question.

On site where I couldn't put pictures as attachments (I still try to put in but same problem has,just keep try)

Here,
PaperLess oil Cleaning Device (Filter?)

I hope this information will help to you.
Thank you again for waiting. 00320
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