No, unfortunately I don't remember.Any link?
Yeah, I also thought the CC would be a little cheaper. How much was the HKS one?Have a look at the HKS cooler. Whilst the costs are higher for the pre-fabricated brand name coolers I am not sure I would be swayed into CC's solution for the price difference (400 GBP). Admittedly fitting was quoted as being much longer on the forge kit. I have the HKS kit on mine, I had issues with my forge cooler at the ring, it could have been a dodgy pump (Forge did replace it with no fuss at all), but given I have the HKS diff cooler, the trans cooler seemed a smart bet. The HKS cooler looks to be incredibly good quality. The lines are solid pipes in the places they can be and the fitting is spot on according to Lee @ SRD who fitted it for me. I don't tend to notice the noise (although my car is a bit louder than stock), and I have had no trans temp problems since it was fitted. Just my 2c.
Good luck with your choice, whichever you decide.
Interesting.... details?Working on a much less complicated and more cost effective solution for a number of my customers which may be appealing to others also
I like it.... but once VAT is added its the same price as the Forge one.
Yep its a box out job for circlips.. solenoid servings and pan magnets can be done at the same time, the HKS trans cooler doesn't come with the uprated sump pan. It can work quite happily without out.. aftermarket sump pan's have additional benefits such as heatsink cooling and sit alittle lower and are more rigid.No idea, its why I am asking