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Re: Powerflite Cooling??

From: Hank Dozier
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Date: October 03, 2002


Brad....You can put cooler lines on an air-cooled Powerflite. You will then have both the air-cooled torque converter and the cooling assist for it to live behind that Mastodon. I will Email you a schematic with the locations and the fitting types to take it from pipe to inverted flare lines. You will have to come up with a cooler (either one in the radiator bottom tank, or external) to handle this. The torque converters operate at about 400 psig maximum. The real high pressure is in the valve body areas.


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