Hey everyone, so im in full hardware mode as I like to call it, planning all of the things I want to do with my Z during the rebuild phase and one idea I've been toying with for years now is to install one of those OEM TT euro style oil cooler's into the factory mounting location on the cross member and use it as an external transmission cooler for my factory 4 speed auto i'm currently running. I know there are a ton of variables to consider with this idea which is why I havent mentioned it before on the forums, as I've been researching and checking the viablilty of this idea on the net before I proceed any futher for a long time now and I was kinda planning to make this all a surprise video idea/content for the channel but there are still alot of unknowns I have yet to find answers for with this idea and I just thought Id ask the question and hopefully get those answers to my questions from the more mechanically minded people on here about what they thought of the idea and whether its possible or not and whether its ok to do or not. What i'm not sure about is is that oil cooler way to big to be a trans cooler and would the transmission fluid run too cool for everyday driving. Currently Im using the standard setup with the inbuilt trans cooler in the radiator which works perflect fine so far but if this idea was possible i could then install the new trans cooler in the same location as the TT has for the oil cooler and just route the hoses to the transmission with some modification oblivously and that make the whole setup all look factory spec and I would never need to worry about if the ATF fluid was getting too hot and cause the transmission to fail in the future. But if the fluid runs to cool it might also have a negative effect on the transmission in another way, so thats why im here to ask the big question and hopefully get an answer I have yet to find some far.