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Old 10-30-2009, 11:11 PM
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yea i think that is a little crazy too. I am thinking i will be around 400ft/lb for my current build.

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If you look at CK's transmissions you'll notice the only one rated for 750ft/lbs has all the parts from the HI $$ Kit. I think he needs to reword his Rebuild kit descriptions. Those cheaper Rebuild Kits use the same clutches etc.. as the higher torque rated kits but they have the added Hard parts I was talking about for Transbrake an Hi HP/TQ ratings.
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Old 10-30-2009, 11:20 PM
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yea i hear ya. So you think i would be best with this kit: HIGH PERFORMANCE OVERHAUL KIT B #7RK/HPB
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yea i hear ya. So you think i would be best with this kit: HIGH PERFORMANCE OVERHAUL KIT B #7RK/HPB
Yes, Before you order you should take your Pump apart and measure the pump pocket depth so you know what thickness Rotor & Slide you need. This clearance/tolerance is critical. Good Pump Info here, it's for a 2004R but, the 700R4 uses the same pump parts. >> http://www.ptsxtreme.com/faq/display_faq.asp?faq_id=4 about 3/4 way down the page.
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Old 10-30-2009, 11:35 PM
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alright thanks a lot for the info. Please keep it coming. Also any reading info would be great.
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Lots of useful Info here
http://www.rowand.net/Shop/Tech/Auto...issionSwap.htm
http://purplesagetradingpost.com/sum...o/700R4p1.html
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Old 10-30-2009, 11:50 PM
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alright thx SSedan for all the info. I love to read and love to learn so this should be a fun project. I have an 8' table all cleaned off and ready for me to start taking the trans apart and laying everything out as it came out.
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Sorry, I just have to ask if you verified that you have a later model core or not.
Hate to see you throwing time and money into an inferior core.
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Yes pugsy its a 30 spline(counted it myself). Its from an 89 minivan. The only numbers that are readable on it are a couple numbers on the front pump 8654732. From the research i did it shows it is a 10vane pump for an 87-90 i believe.
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Old 10-31-2009, 10:57 AM
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Right on. Good to start with a decent core.
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Its a fun project satisfying when you getter done. I had mine in and out 4 times but its been great since.
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is transmissioncenter.net a place worth looking into for a rebuild kit? Sorry i keep digging this thread up but i have never done this before so want to get the most information and ideas i can. There was a couple different rebuild kits i was looking at. http://www.transmissioncenter.net/al...ower_packs.htm
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700R4 build

Go to www.oregonperformancetransmission.com Great prices without middleman markup,I recommend these three part numbers,Rebuild kitTM-5100BHD,BEAST Sun Gear Shell NTP-51810,Shift kit: Superior/Fairbanks SUP-70015.For further advice talk to their Tech people, good folks to deal, with you may also want the 13 vane pump and a converter from them.
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so i was doing some reading on transmissioncenter.net which is PATCs site and they were saying that the 3.06 first gear kills your et compared to like a 200r4 gear? Is this worth replacing or not really worth it
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Do you have a decent 200R4 core to rebuild?
They are a little lighter from what i understand and 1-2 ratio's are closer together.
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