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    Thread: SSP Performance DSG Cooler Released!

    1. 07-15-2012 04:53 PM #1
      Hello!

      I'm happy to announce we have released our newest product for our VW DSG line.

      http://www.sspperformance.com/produc...track-package/

      Keep temperatures under control at the track or drag strip. Combined with our upgraded clutch packs and DSG viton seals, you will be able to run massive amounts of power through the transmission while controlling temperatures.

      Please contact me here or at jason@sspperformance.com for more details.

    2. 07-23-2012 02:57 PM #2
      In stock and ready to ship! Contact me for special pricing!

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      07-30-2012 04:15 PM #3
      Pics installed?

      the SSP oil pump to the cooler does not affect the pressure from the DSG pump to the clutch packs correct? Correct pressure to the clutch packs (higher than stock) is key to holding big power on stock clutches.

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      07-31-2013 10:34 AM #4
      Quote Originally Posted by JC@DouglasVW View Post
      Pics installed?

      the SSP oil pump to the cooler does not affect the pressure from the DSG pump to the clutch packs correct? Correct pressure to the clutch packs (higher than stock) is key to holding big power on stock clutches.
      Did you ever get a answer to your question about cooler not affect the pressure from the DSG pump?
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      07-31-2013 11:10 AM #5
      Nope no answer, I guess they don't want my money.

      Honestly I have been running turbo for over 2 years, I road race the car and drag race it anywhere between 400-620whp on stock clutch and I have never had a limp mode or any other issue. I don't even think we need this cooler.

      I daily drive it on the 620whp boost controller setting btw.
      Last edited by JC@DouglasVW; 07-31-2013 at 11:13 AM.

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