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Old 09-01-2005, 03:29   #1 (permalink)
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fitted a high stall to a guys car long ago and we were supplied with a fancy oil for the trans. handle high temps betterand look after the tranny. had a real off smell when hot cant remeber what it was though, what are you guys using. this was a c4 4500 stally
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fitted a high stall to a guys car long ago and we were supplied with a fancy oil for the trans. handle high temps betterand look after the tranny. had a real off smell when hot cant remeber what it was though, what are you guys using. this was a c4 4500 stally
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Be sure to have a real good cooler 'cos heat kills.

I'm using a old aircon radiator and have mounted a thermo fan on it.
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