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We would like to introduce our new differential oil cooler kit for the Nissan 370Z. Heat is the main factor contributing to oil breakdown, and can lead to premature failure

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Old 05-19-2009, 08:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation GT Motorsports: GTM Rear Differential Cooler Kit

We would like to introduce our new differential oil cooler kit for the Nissan 370Z. Heat is the main factor contributing to oil breakdown, and can lead to premature failure of your limited slip differential under extreme conditions. Traditionally a finned differential cover would be used but they usually only provide marginal improvements in cooling.

For the serious enthusiasts we have designed and developed a heavy duty differential oil cooler kit that will meet and go beyond your expectations. We know this modification isn't for everyone, but for the people that do need (serious road racing/drag/drift) we have it for you! This will also help extend the service life of your gear oil since it won't be getting as hot under extreme conditions.

We will have the basic cooler available as a standalone, with our aluminum shroud as an option. This shroud will help force air directly at the cooler, significantly increasing its performance, it also acts as a mounting bracket.

Another option will be a programmable temperature activated control unit which will control the pump to only come on once the desired temperature as been reached. This will increase pump life and avoid having the pump on when not needed.


























































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Nicely done! Love see'n quality parts!

P.S. I spy an exhaust! Looks good!
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Old 05-19-2009, 09:25 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Nice product! How much? And by the way is the exhaust also available?
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I'm sorry GTM, but I'm much more interested in that exhaust!!!

Just kidding. The unit looks awesome.
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Looks like a good product!!
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Nice stuff GTM

Can you comment on the weight of the base kit, the shroud, and the controller? Also, given where it rests, any ground clearance issue vs stock?, and do you expect we might see fitment issues with common aftermarket exhausts?
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Great product!
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Will this fit with the stock exhaust?
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Nice stuff GTM

Can you comment on the weight of the base kit, the shroud, and the controller? Also, given where it rests, any ground clearance issue vs stock?, and do you expect we might see fitment issues with common aftermarket exhausts?
I will get a wieght for you as soon as we have the opportunity.

The cooler is not the lowest point by far, so there will not be any clearance issues.

This should clear any aftermarket exhaust that has angled canisters on the sides. Besides you could always mount it somewhere else and make a custom bracket.

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Will this fit with the stock exhaust?
Not in this location but it can be placed somewhere else, usually the people that would be purchasing this product have modified their exhaust.

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that exhaust looks great...Im assuming that Z is their TT mule with the diff cooler and 3" piping and all (at least looks 3" to me)

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Hey Sam,

Is there any panel mounted switch or driver interaction required once this kit is setup or does it just trip off the temperature with no switch in the cockpit?

Also, can I specify custom hose lengths? I have a different mounting location in mind. And I won't need the shroud.

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Man I think the Z is going to be the car with the most coolers.
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Adding to my parts list now! Another fun part to add to the car to help make it better, I love this stuff
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Will this change the amount of fluid you'll need to add in after the install to get the air out? Or will that not matter?

This wouldnt be necessary for someone's DD that hits the strip or a track every so often correct?
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