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HKS Other Cooling Kits Cooling Series (UNIVERSAL)

Regular price $355.00 USD
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Cooling kits for specific vehicles and cooling kits for other fluids



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 Product Number 1602-SA001
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Proper Fluid Temperature Management to Enjoy Driving.

Rough driving of automatic cars raises the AT fluid temperature. Excessive AT fluid temperature decreases the fluid viscosity which may cause abrasion to the built-in disk and/or brake. HKS A/T Fluid Cooler can reduce the oil temperature while maintaining the automatic transmission performance of tuned vehicles.

Vehicle Specific AT Fluid Cooler Kit


The kit is installed inside the grill. This kit can be used with HKS Oil Cooler Kit.
AT fluid temperature can be maintained during circuit driving. In-house test result showed the temperature dropped by approximately 10℃ after installing this kit.
Water temperature won't be affected since the core is located inside the grill.
Black core is less noticeable, but it provides noticeable performance.
Installation does not require complicated procedures.

Kit Parts

Oil Cooler Core
Special Bracket x 3
φ10 Oil Resistance Hose
Short Parts

Note for Installation

Modification of the front grill is required in order to install this kit.

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In October 1973, two talented and spirited young engineers had a vision; to design and build high performance engines and components that major OE manufacturers could not or would not produce.
Led by Hiroyuki Hasegawa, a former engineer for Yamaha Motor Company, and his partner Mr.Kitagawa, the two secured a capital infusion from Sigma Automotive Co., Ltd. (hence the name “HKS ”), and began tuning gasoline powered engines in a dairy-farming shed at the foot of Mount Fuji in Japan.
A year later, Mr. Hasegawa designed and built the first aftermarket turbocharger for passenger cars and has never looked back.
HKS pioneered the Japanese aftermarket performance industry by delivering a host of exciting new products, including the first commercially available electronic turbo timer and boost controller. Other early products included piggy-back fuel computers and sophisticated fuel management tools. Clearly HKS was Driving Performance trends for Japanese vehicles.