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Old 22-06-2014, 11:15 AM   #1
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Default Ford PX Ranger 6R60 Oil Cooler Port Adapters

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Hello,

Furious Performance is proud to announce the release of our new 6R80 transmission cooler port adapters. These fittings allow the removal of the factory Heat Exchanger unit mounted to the side of the transmission. With a male -8AN thread to allow easy installation with Speedflow Hose & Fittings & a simple push in male fitting to suit the transmission housing. The fitting are sold as a kit and also include a stainless steel bracket.

Ford/Mazda/ZF 6 Speed 6R80 Automatic Transmission found in the following vehicles.

Ford Ranger 2011 – Present
Mazda BT-50 Second Generation 2011 – Present
Ford Territory SZ V6 Diesel 2011 – Present (May fit petrol but case and sump must has Ford logos not ZF)

Sold as a Kit and Includes: 2 x 922-6R-08-BLK fittings + 1 x Stainless Steel Bracket

Part Number: TCK-06RKIT



Purchased from our website

-8AN Male Flare 90 Degree Ford 6R80 Case Adapter Kit - Click Here
"To be used with AN style hose end fittings and braided hose also Available on our site"

1/2" Barb Adapters to suit - Click Here
"To be used with 1/2" ID ATF Rubber hose and requires a clamp"

1/2" ID Automatic Transmission Fluid Hose - Click Here

1/2" Barb PWR Extra Large Transmission Cooler - Click Here

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If you have bought our ZF Falcon/Territory fittings and have not used them we are happy to return them please contact us via email sales@furiousperformance.com.au


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Old 07-07-2014, 12:51 PM   #2
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Default Re: Ford PX Ranger 6R60 Oil Cooler Port Adapters

I would like to put an aftermarket cooler onto my 2012 BT50 -

Is the thermostat for the transmission internal to the gear box or will adding an external cooler remove the thermostat from the circuit?

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Old 08-07-2014, 03:56 PM   #3
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Default Re: Ford PX Ranger 6R60 Oil Cooler Port Adapters

I have not seen under a bt50 but it should be very similar to the ranger if it has a 6r60 box in it. But being a mazda it could have somthing else. The problem people seem to be having with the ranger is the converter over heats. The cooler return enters the converter first so going to a external cooler can help reduce heat and save the converter. Im looking to do tests on some vehicles soon but as they are still under warranty there is not much of a call for a complete kit yet.

As for the thermostat in the cooling line im not sure if it can be removed I would need to look at one again.

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Old 10-07-2014, 10:52 AM   #4
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Default Re: Ford PX Ranger 6R60 Oil Cooler Port Adapters

Thanks for the reply,

My is out of Warranty in 12 months so I too will be looking to do something then.

BT50 has same driveline as Ranger. All parts even have the FOMOCO sticker on it.

I also though about seeing if this pan would fit http://www.yourcovers.com/transpan_11089.php
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Default Re: Ford PX Ranger 6R60 Oil Cooler Port Adapters

Ranger and BT50 are identical in terms of powerpack. The oil control valve for both is internal to the transmission
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These are now available on our website
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I have not seen under a bt50 but it should be very similar to the ranger if it has a 6r60 box in it. But being a mazda it could have somthing else. The problem people seem to be having with the ranger is the converter over heats. The cooler return enters the converter first so going to a external cooler can help reduce heat and save the converter. Im looking to do tests on some vehicles soon but as they are still under warranty there is not much of a call for a complete kit yet.

As for the thermostat in the cooling line im not sure if it can be removed I would need to look at one again.

Cheers Rhys
I have confirmed there is know known external or internal thermostat with these transmissions here in Australia.

The Vehicles i have tested flow the same oil from cold to 60 degrees and is very similar to the ZF6HP26 in the Falcons/Territory's.

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Old 15-12-2014, 02:47 PM   #8
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Default Re: Ford PX Ranger 6R60 Oil Cooler Port Adapters

Thanks.

Do you have a kit to suit this vehicle? or Should I just buy parts and make my own brackets?
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Old 16-12-2014, 11:37 PM   #9
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The main problem is getting a vehicle for the time needed all the customers i have are all trades and need the vehicles. Also trying to have a kit to suit both ranger and bt-50 has also caused delays as i almost need both at the same time.
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Old 19-12-2014, 12:23 PM   #10
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Sorry I cannot help as I am in Brisvagas - A little to far to drop off for a few days.
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Are you any closer to a kit?
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Default Re: Ford PX Ranger 6R60 Oil Cooler Port Adapters

I made my own brackets and adaptors and added an external trans filter and replaced the coolant hoses with the manual EGR hose.

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What size however did you run? 3/8 or 1/2"
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3/8, if you use 1/2 things will get very tight trying to find a route for them to the front.
I ran them under the starter solenoid, over the filter (so they don't have an oil bath with each service and start to rot) and engine mount then one tied to the A/C pipe past the radiator(s) to the cooler, the other one around the outside of the body mount and down to the filter mounted on the chassis cross member and then back up to the cooler.
So far it takes about 10 km to warm up and sits on 90-95 from then on.
In three weeks I'm heading north with the van so it will get a good workout and we'll find out if it realy needs 1/2 pipes.
I monitor temperatures with a Scangauge II.
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I am pretty sure wholesale automatics use 3/8" as they run a factory 100series landcruiser cooler. I am sure with their experience they would be all over hose size and flow.
I only asked as the furious performance one are 1/2"
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I have a few customers using 3/8" with out any problems after all all the ZF kits i sell are mostly 3/8" and work well.
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3/8, if you use 1/2 things will get very tight trying to find a route for them to the front.
I ran them under the starter solenoid, over the filter (so they don't have an oil bath with each service and start to rot) and engine mount then one tied to the A/C pipe past the radiator(s) to the cooler, the other one around the outside of the body mount and down to the filter mounted on the chassis cross member and then back up to the cooler.
So far it takes about 10 km to warm up and sits on 90-95 from then on.
In three weeks I'm heading north with the van so it will get a good workout and we'll find out if it realy needs 1/2 pipes.
I monitor temperatures with a Scangauge II.
How did your trip go? Did the cooler make a difference?
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Using a Scangauge II to measure the temp it sat on 88 to 92 except one 35 deg day it hit 93.
You can actually see the thermostat working with the temperature rapidly climbing to 80 deg and then very slowly until it reached equilibrium. With nothing on the back it takes about 10 km and around town sits on 82 to 85 deg.
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Does the 6R60 transmission suffer the same "milkshake" problems that ZF 6HP26 transmissions in FG Falcons have, where corrosion of the oil/water transmission heat exchanger can let water into the transmission, wreck the mechatronic computer and cause in excess of $5000 damage? Thanks.
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Does the 6R60 transmission suffer the same "milkshake" problems that ZF 6HP26 transmissions in FG Falcons have, where corrosion of the oil/water transmission heat exchanger can let water into the transmission, wreck the mechatronic computer and cause in excess of $5000 damage? Thanks.


These cars/trans have been out for years and I'm yet to see one fail due to coolant contamination.
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