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Hey all,

Just got done installing a new B&M 3 quart over stock tranny pan on the little red thing.I'm also going with the Amsoil Torque shift full synthetic fluid as well.
This should help relieve cooling issues.I plan on a trans. oil cooler later if things heat up.It's a real slick looking piece of hardware. I like it.
 

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53wanab said:
Hey all,

Just got done installing a new B&M 3 quart over stock tranny pan on the little red thing.I'm also going with the Amsoil Torque shift full synthetic fluid as well.
This should help relieve cooling issues.I plan on a trans. oil cooler later if things heat up.It's a real slick looking piece of hardware. I like it.
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Hey John,

It's B&M part # BMM-70260. I uploaded a couple of pics in the gallery for you to see.
It's a nice unit. no clearance issues at all.They even supply an extension tube for the oil filter.I know you can't see it going down the road but it's cool knowing it's there doing a better job than stock.
I blew out all the old fluid and changed to Amsoil Torque Drive fluid. It's supposed to perform much better at higher temps than Dextron111.
 

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Does anyone know if this B&M pan (BMM70260) that was made for the 4L60E fits the 4L65E transmission on the 2005 & 2006 SSRs? With three extra quarts of tranny fluid plus an aluminum pan sounds like a nice mod.
 

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Hey wildcat69,

I can't be 100% sure of the fit.You should check with B&Mthere might be a filter conflict or something.
Mike in AZ,I can't tell If the Amsoil made a shift difference cause I am using a microtuner program that has changed the shift points and pressures.
 
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