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    Quote Originally Posted by SFC20 View Post
    What is involved in replacing the solenoids. What do they cost. Thanks
    Roughly 330-400 for the blue tops. Plus Trans fluid, Mercedes filter, Trans dipstick.

    Disconnect battey. Drop Trans pan. Remove filter. Unbolt valve body. Drop valve body. Remove OEM and replace with blue tops. Reinstall. Make sure you properly add and check fluid before really testing them out.
    I AM ON MIL DUTY PLEASE EMAIL SALES@EUROCHARGED.COM to contact about TCMs.

    2005 Silver Magnum R/T

    1/8 NA PB: 7.466@91.83mph 1.620 60'
    1/8 N2O PB: 6.947@96.50mph 1.539 60'
    1/4 N2O PB: 10.941@123.71mph 1.539 60'




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    Quote Originally Posted by bmeyer40 View Post
    Roughly 330-400 for the blue tops. Plus Trans fluid, Mercedes filter, Trans dipstick.

    Disconnect battey. Drop Trans pan. Remove filter. Unbolt valve body. Drop valve body. Remove OEM and replace with blue tops. Reinstall. Make sure you properly add and check fluid before really testing them out.
    Thanks. Is that price for both of them?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFC20 View Post
    Thanks. Is that price for both of them?.
    Yes.
    I AM ON MIL DUTY PLEASE EMAIL SALES@EUROCHARGED.COM to contact about TCMs.

    2005 Silver Magnum R/T

    1/8 NA PB: 7.466@91.83mph 1.620 60'
    1/8 N2O PB: 6.947@96.50mph 1.539 60'
    1/4 N2O PB: 10.941@123.71mph 1.539 60'

    Thanks dsteel420 thanked for this post

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    From SLR 722 Transmission Solenoids Valves - MBWorld.org Forums

    SLR 722 Transmission Solenoids Valves
    As I suspect is commonly known, the current part numbers for the E55 and Maybach 722 transmissions solenoid and pressure control valves are now the same (A 240 270 01 80 & A 240 270 00 89). However, the same valves for the SLR 722 transmission are different (A 240 270 00 80 & (A 240 270 02 89.

    Anybody know anything or am I going to be the guinea pig?

    12.217 @ 117 mph on a stock motor

    My Station Wagon was faster...

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    Am new to this tread. I working on a 2005 300c 5.7. I have code p0757. Are these blues tops the solenoids that control the #2-3 shifts. What is the mb part # for the valvebody. Are they the same. Any help will be highly appreciated.

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    Bumping this just because I think it's useful....

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    Parts .com shows two different trans pan gaskets under that part #.
    One for Porsche and one for Mercedes at two different prices. Which one do I need for a dodge charger srt8?
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    The Mercedes pan is the one you need.

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    Thanks for the bump - was around when it was new but I must have missed it - very useful - s/b a sticky

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    I know i am kinda pulling this thread from the grave, but does anyone know if the rear diff cooler would work on a 06 300c AWD?
    2006 Chrysler 300c Awdsome, Intune I-1000 - Johan Custom Tooned - Afe StageII CAI - 180t stat - Corsa Sport Catback - JBA Catted Mids - NoEsp - Coolit - Tranzformer - Blue Tops - KillerGlass - BT Catch Can - Egr Delete - Triple Pod (2x AFR, 1 Trans temp) - HID (Low,High,Fogs,Reverse) - DGS Stage 4 Grounding Kit. And many more to come!

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    Clarifying 215mm differential cooler part numbers...
    Rectifier (heat sink cooler)...~$90 A 171 351 01 08
    Cover (finned diff cover)......~$210 A 204 351 06 08 (compared to the A 204 351 05 08 listed on several threads)
    ^^UPDATE: Though the -06 08 cover is finned unlike the -05 08 cover, the passenger side mount is on a tab/ear instead of between the two bolts on the right side of the pumpkin, so the cover is still incorrect!^^
    Bolts (you need two)...........~$5 N000000 001536

    (Sorry, no pics of parts because LXF doesn't do simple, direct uploads.)

    I don't want anyone else to waste $200 on this thinking it'll work - it won't. Just fab up the 1"x6" aluminum spacer as others have done.
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    Can you email me some pictures of this diff cooler as I am transplanting a newer 215mm SRT rear cradle with diff and may be
    interested in adding this cooler. I would assume there are some benefits to this as well?

    Quote Originally Posted by TheFrankenberry View Post
    Adding CORRECT 215mm differential cooler part numbers that come from the E63, SL63, CLS63 and SL65...
    Rectifier (heat sink cooler) ~$90 A 204 351 06 08 !!! That is 06, zero six, and NOT 05 !!!
    Cover (finned diff cover) ~$210 A 171 351 01 08
    Bolts (you need two) ~$5 N000000 001536
    ^^UPDATE: Though the -06 08 cover is finned unlike the -05 08 cover, the passenger side mount is on a tab/ear instead of between the two bolts on the right side of the pumpkin, so the cover is still incorrect!^^

    (Sorry, no pics of parts because LXF doesn't do simple, direct uploads.)
    Last edited by SensFan; 05-11-2016 at 02:43 PM.

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    PM me an email.

    According to fellas on the Benz forums, there was a Mercedes-Benz AMG press release (non-US) that claimed a 15°C cooling ability for this passive heat sink.

    This "rectifier" meant to prevent cooking the pumpkin's oil during sustained, high-speed driving. Magazine reviews of tracking the US AMG models (without the diff cooler) apparently experienced some oil sputtering out of the vent after lapping sessions, so a case for the cooler is evident.
    Last edited by TheFrankenberry; 05-11-2016 at 02:28 PM. Reason: Cover PN is still wrong.
    My FURIOUS FUCHSIA 2010 Challenger R/T A5
    FLOW LMI FIV, Belanger Tri-Y's, Zoomers, Trinity
    GO Wavetrac LSD, AMG diff cooler, Tranzfomer/NoESP
    WHOA SRT8 Bilsteins, Mopar springs, Hotchkis sways, PowerGrid endlinks, REM bumpsteer, Petty front brace, REM rear brace, Joelvan's P/S pulley, DBA rotors, Carbotech pads, Russell s/s lines
    SHOW Billet Tech, 3G Customz, S&P, Hurst, WebElectric, RiderGraphix
    TO INTSALL: Frankencoolers for P/S, oil and trans

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    Thankyou I will pm you my email and I'd be interested in that part you have
    as well.


    Quote Originally Posted by TheFrankenberry View Post
    Just send me an email. The cover usually comes from Germany and may be backordered. (I wound up with two covers so I have one available to sell.)

    According to fellas on the Benz forums, there was a Mercedes-Benz AMG press release (non-US) that claimed a 15°C cooling ability for this passive heat sink.

    This "rectifier" meant to prevent cooking the pumpkin's oil during sustained, high-speed driving. Magazine reviews of tracking the US AMG models (without the diff cooler) apparently experienced some oil sputtering out of the vent after lapping sessions, so a case for the cooler is evident.

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    0009976532 for replacement drain plug for transmission pan, appears to be stronger than the old one.
    2010 Charger 5.7 Police
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