Ford Performance Transmission Cooler Air Scoop for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 Mustangs with a Manual Transmission.
If you regularly attend an autocross event or a HPDE track day, you’re well aware of the stress that can be placed on your car. The components and fluids are only capable of handling so much wear and tear. With this Transmission Cooler Air Scoop from Ford Performance (formerly Ford Racing), you can help keep tabs on some of that torture!
Ford Performance Scoop Kit Features and Benefits:
- Increases Airflow to Help Cool Transmission
- Easily Bolts on with No Modifications
- Ideal for Performance Driving
- Includes ALL Necessary Hardware
- Easy to Follow Detailed Instructions
Included in Kit:
- (1) Transmission Scoop
- (2) M10 x 20mm Bolt
- (2) M10 x 60mm Bolt
- (4) M10 Lock Nut
- (2) Sleeve
*Does not fit 2015-2017 Mustangs with an Automatic Transmission.
Please Note: This part will require removal for engine oil changes, but easily reinstalls.
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Would this product be sufficient for track use? Is it steel? Does it work in conjunction with another item?( I thought the boss had fins on the trans to allow the air to make more contact with the casing?)
Fit 2015-2016 GT350?
Will this fit on a 15 GT with the T56 Magnum XL swap?
What do you think is worth having? This or the gtrac brace? I do allot of canyon runs but isnt too hot up there. But at the track my transmission did overheat once.
Will this fit with a Steeda G-Trac brace installed?
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Opinions vary on the MT82 transmission. They've been proven to hold up with the right aftermarket modifications. If you're serious about running your car on a road course, it's a good idea to pick up one of these transmission scoops. This scoops is going to duct cool air into the transmission and allow it to stay cooler during heavy duty use.
The transmission scoop's not too hard to install, but it is going to be a very tight fit. You're going to use a hammer to get it into place. What you want to do is start with one side and get it up on the K member. Then sort of work in the other side. This one's got to be forward.
Once you get the one side up, lift the other side up. There's four holes you have to get aligned to get the hardware through. There's going to be one here, one on the other side, and two further forward. What you're going to do is tap it until you get them lined up. Then the front two holes are going to be right here and again on the other side. If you get the back two lined up, the front will be lined up as well. Then we'll put the sleeve on the supplied bolt, and up through the K-member and install the nut on the top. Get all the hardware on loosely before you tighten anything up.
Now, for the front, we're going to put the bolt in up through the K-member and drop it down through the hose. Now that the bolts are in loosely, we can go back and tighten everything up. Once they're tight, we're going to torque them to 65 foot pounds. Tighten the front down and torque these to 38 foot pounds. Your installation is finished.
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