If you ask most drivers what the heart of their vehicle is, they’ll likely say the engine. The engine provides power and is often the most advertised part of the powertrain, but it’s not alone. In fact, if you ask somebody who tows heavy loads, they might say the heart of their car or truck is the transmission. A vehicle’s transmission is responsible for delivering all the power the engine makes to the wheels, and its success or failure in that role can make or break the vehicle, especially when towing. Few drivers know the importance of a well-designed transmission better than owners of 6.7L Cummins-powered RAM trucks and the engineers at Mishimoto.
We also know that it doesn’t matter how well-designed a transmission is if you can’t keep it cool. Over the years, we’ve developed transmission coolers for nearly every iteration of Cummins-powered RAM; now, it’s time to apply that experience to one of the latest generations