There's some information on the cooler that I use on my website.
Cooler capacity and type depend on what you are trying to accomplish. If it's just a cruiser then you may not need more than just the stock reservoir. If you have the stock AT cooler you may want to try it and see how it works.
The stock reservoir is a problem for track events, even for systems with a good cooler. According to Lee's removing the reservior is worth a 60* reduction in fluid temperatures, and after the destruction of my reservoir, I believe it. If track days are in your future you may want to consider either a dry P-pump (also on my website) or a TC style pump, both with a remote reservior and cooler.
The slick and easy way to connect the hardline tube from the back of the reservoir to AN line is to use a braze on fitting. They are less than $5 from Summit. Similar to automatic transmission lines, if there is a long unsupported length that is parallel to the motion hardlines can be used but it's usually pretty difficult to get the routing to work, especially around the belt train. It's also a short length from the pump to the lower AT cooler connection.
The stock pump and pulley will have more than enough capacity to handle the extra line length, cooler volume, and other associated restrictions.
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