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Old 05-16-2008, 10:12 PM
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Originally Posted by will22
I know this is an old thread just reading about transmissions and noticed this one.the reason the seal changed is that the pump did too,along with the drum under it and i think the band too.all of these parts are avalible through transmission shops or supliers not advance or the others.I have built one of these too it had the same problems with just more miles.Funny how a super charger speeds up the life span of a trans huh.The fix for the 2-4 clutch is to build it with high energy frictions regular steels are ok.The band should be kevlar too.A no yo-yo valebody separator plate will help the aplication of the new frictions and band shifts start off little hard but feel firm later.These mods should be done along with a beafiersun shell,splines slip no reverse.

The reverse input drum is the same design, the band is the same too.

I never used kevlar materials if something else is made. Hi-energy material or the red Alto material works well for performance use.

There is no 2-4 clutch, perhaps you mean the 3-4 clutch pack(typo?).

Now...will22 ; just some friendly advice as a I am moderator on the HR board for several years... you need to type your posts with some spaces in them and a space out your thoughts in paragraphs..

It makes the post easier to read.

thanks.

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