Mitsubishi Eclipse 2.4L 1999, TransLife™ Direct Fit Transmission Oil Cooler Kit by Flex-a-Lite®. Without Guard. Thread: 3/8" Barbed Fittings. Cooler Style: Non J-Return. Translife® Transmission Oil Cooler Kits provide additional cooling to protect your transmission or power steering. Flex-a-lite® oil cooler cover guards are made in the U.S., formed and punched from 1/8-inch aluminum. They securely mount on Translife® oil coolers using Flex-a-lite Gator Clips® (hardware is included) The design allows airflow, but protects the cooler from larger items that could potentially damage it. The covers also adds a cool, performance appearance to the oil cooler. They can be painted black to hide the cooler from being seen through the grille.
- 7 1/2 x15 inches
- ½ inch tube diameter
- 3/8-inch barbed fitting
- 18,000 GVWR
A transmission cooler is something like a radiator within a radiator, but instead of exchanging heat with the air, the oil exchanges heat with the radiator coolant. Numerous tests have proven that a 20-degree drop in transmission fluid temperature can greatly prolong the life of transmission components. The TransLife Transmission Cooler does an excellent job of cooling your transmission and consequently prevents potentially costly damage. The cooler uses turbulators inside the tubes for second-to-none heat transfer. It makes for dependable, consistent shifts under grueling racing conditions while also avoiding transmission damage under extreme towing conditions.
If you are a proud owner of the Flex-a-Fit radiator, installation of the transmission oil cooler is a snap with Flex-a-lite radiator bracket sets. They include brackets and hardware that use the patented 'T' channel sidetank design as the mounting location. This allows you easily move the brackets up and down, eliminating the need to make any modifications to your vehicle. Flex-a-lite’s belief in their products is supported by an unbeatable one-year warranty that will give you complete confidence and ensure your satisfaction.
Flex-a-lite® is a third-generation business that has been in the automotive industry for over half a century. In 1962, Eddy Davis, who was an Army Air Corps pilot in England during the Second World War, set up Flex-a-lite with the original ‘flex fan’ concept. The company is currently based in Fife, Washington, and run by Lisa Chissus, Eddy’s granddaughter. Lisa is the one who invented the now patented Flex-a-fit radiator sidetank design that provides superior heat transfer. Though Flex-a-lite continues to look for innovative performance cooling solutions, one thing that hasn't changed since the company's foundation is that all products are still engineered and manufactured in the USA, with American hands.