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05 GTO AT4 and trans cooler question

so i have a 2005 GTO AT4 (all stock) and i looking to get a trans cooler. i dont really know which one to get, i wanted to get some opinions from people who have one. which one would still be good with future power upgrades (if i ever do any), should i bypass raditor or not (i think i shouldnt but still want some input from people), and what would be the best btu rating for my applaction . also i live in colorado where winter can get pretty cold and summer can get pretty hot and i dont know how the winter can effect the performance of a trans cooler. oh and side question if i install a trans fluid temp sensor should it be on the pan or inline with the hoses coming off of the transmission but before the coolers
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Go with the B&M 24k GVW cooler. It's on Maryland Speed:

B&M Supercooler Transmission Cooler 14,400 BTU/24,000 GVW [70264] - $129.95$89.95 : MarylandSpeed.com- Your First Stop on the Way to Performance!

And here's everything you need to know about parts and install.

B&M Transmission Cooler Install - Simple Questions - LS1GTO.com Forums

There are multiple threads referenced in there that should help you with the install and also the parts you would need if you want to convert to -6AN lines.

2006 GTO M6

Motor - Stock with Vararam
Bunch of suspension
Bunch of brakes
Stock tune

365/368 std
12.81 @ 110.6 2.03 60'
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Thank you for the info and links
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