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Old September 7th, 2012, 11:07 AM
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Since the installation of the exhaust, im noticing what i would describe the engine outperforming the trans. It is terribly slow in shifting and shudders at WOT. I have looked into various shift kits but i dont know that they will reduce the shudder. Also i am leaning towards a manual valve body so that it will hold gears as i select them (self shift.) In addition i would like less throttle input to drop out of overdrive. Any suggestions?



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http://www.transmissionpartsusa.com/...-000279323.htm

I'll look more up when I get home, I can't remember if Baumann has one or not. It's probably cheaper and better. I'll help ya with the install if ya need it.


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I looked at baumann's website. They seem to have more stuff for the 4r70w than anyone else. Im not versed in transmission talk so im not sure i understand what they're talking about. Thanks for the offer on the help. I may take you up on it.



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