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I have a chance to pickup a used one and two available, one is an SSP and one is a Willall, both are same price. Curious as to what peoples opinions are of each. This is my first season tracking and my max temps are typically 240-250 before my sessions are done. Also which one is an easier install?
 

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HKS DCT cooler is most popular. No external electric add on pump/wiring/sensors etc. or deep transmission sump pan required. Works fabulous. I would consider that rather than one of the used ones. Some people have taken out their Willall cooler because they didn't cool things down enough and gone with HKS. HKS is what I use and what the car that won OLOA used. No experiencee with SSP one though.
 

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I went Greddy since it has a bigger core size than the HKS and also doesn't require any additional pump.
 

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I have HKS and it is terrific.

Although, if you go with SSP, you'll still have the option to put on the Cobb secondary oil cooler. The Cobb secondary oil coolers are hard to find but I believe one is for sale here on NAGTROC right now.

I don't know anything about the willall cooler.
 

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Ssp have two different trans coolers. Front mount and rear. If u go with Ssp do the front mount one. Otherwise hks and greddy are the best options. As mentioned above the Ssp front mount leaves room for a cobb 2ndary engine oil cooler.
 
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