B&M 70264 SuperCooler Automatic Transmission Cooler

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  • Rigid stacked-plate design is resistant to damage, and much better at cooling than ordinary 'fin and tube' coolers
  • Constructed from black finished lightweight aluminum alloy for maximum corrosion resistance
  • 11" x 5-3/4" x 1-1/2" model is rated at 14,400 BTU, and pressure tested to 200 PSI
  • Includes installation kit
  • Backed by the manufacturer with a 1 year limited warranty

Product Description
Adding this B&M SuperCooler keeps the ATF and transmission cooler, and keeping a vehicle's transmission cool is essential for dependability, especially in performance applications. The unit is designed to be very efficient for its size and weight, to cool much better than an ordinary 'fin and tube' cooler, and to reduce the risk of lube system failure. Using fluxless, oven brazed construction for vibration resistance, it is built out of lightweight aluminum alloy and features a revolutionary 'stacked plate' design with multiple oil flow paths. The unit monitors resistance to flow by allowing a controlled amount of ATF to pass through a self-regulating orifice. Controlled by viscosity, thicker ATF is returned di... More >>

B&M 70264 SuperCooler Automatic Transmission Cooler

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5 Responses to B&M 70264 SuperCooler Automatic Transmission Cooler

  1. C5pilot says:

    I’ve bought 2 of these coolers. Fit my 98 & 07 Corvettes perfectly. High quality and great price. No more worrying about overheating the trans while racing. On the 07 I installed it after the OEM cooler which is located inside the radiator. This allows the OEM “cooler” to actually heat the fluid on cold days. If you take the OEM out of the loop it’ll be difficult to get the trans up to operating temp.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. I installed this on my 97 Ford Explorer 4×4.

    Although it seems to be operating just fine, the kit did not come with all the parts needed.

    I had to purchase more hose (not much of an expense) but the main expense was in having to purchase fittings to make it work.

    The stock compression fitting on the SUV did not fit into the one(s) provided in the kit.

    The threads would have worked, but there was a non-threaded extension on the compression fitting on the stock transmission lines that did not allow for it to thread.

    Had there been a longer throw on the adapters provided in the kit it would have been fine I think.

    For sure, I would recommend having a vehicle handy to run for parts before disassembling anything.

    The solution ended up being several adapters going from the stock compression fittings to brass pipe fittings (to compensate for the long throw) back to the compression fittings on the new unit (not cheap). The pipe fittings were machine turned and a little pricey. The main piece(s) I had to use were 2 Air Line Hose Fittings – Solid Brass Hose Barb Type – 3/8 MNPT. (don’t forget to put Teflon tape on the pipe fitting threads)

    Also because I bypassed the stock radiator, I had to buy some threaded plugs to plug the holes where the transmission lines originally went into the radiator, (they were a couple of bucks a piece).

    If not for the fact I had a leak between the engine coolant and the stock trans cooler I don’t think I would have had to plug them, but for a couple of bucks it may be a good idea regardless.

    I had to go to a couple of parts stores to find the parts I needed, but in the end I found them all at NAPA.

    I had to bring in the parts that came with the kit, and just go through the drawers of fittings until I found a combo that worked.

    If not for that long throw on the stock fitting, and the fact I had to “combo up” several parts to make it work, it would not have been a big deal, but it was a pain, and 20+ bucks in extra parts.

    All in all, I am happy with the end result, but not having to dig through dozens of part bins, and forking out another chunk of cash for a palm full of parts that could have very easily been supplied in the kit.

    I mounted the unit in front of the radiator and was able to bolt it directly to a metal cross member (providing plenty of clearance) using some self tapping screws (not provided either) but it was easier than drilling holes and using the bolts provided in the kit.

    I am happier with this set up than I would have been using the zip ties provided, and I really think it was just as easy. (at least on the Explorer)

    B&M 70264 SuperCooler Automatic Transmission Cooler
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. MR. Bane says:

    Installed on a Dodge sprinter *great value. I was a little worried about the kit not having everything but……… it did! NO TRIP TO The Auto Store for me. Oddly, I thought FLARE connections were international but, barbed to female flare Fit real snug on the original merc bung. Just a heads up, i just mashed it.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. iouzero says:

    This thing is light weight, easy to mount, and is packaged with most of the hardware necessary to install it. Seems to be working as advertised, but who really knows?
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Minh Nguyen says:

    Item was easy to install. Comes with MOST of the needed hardware (plus some extra). I did have to purchase some extra hoses since the hose that came with it was not long enough. I would have given it 5 stars except for the fact that I needed some more hose.

    Tip: There is not “input” and “output” connection. They can be used interchangeably. I was able to confirm this with the company. If you decide to call the company – be prepared for a VERY long hold time. I was on hold for over an hour.
    Rating: 4 / 5