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Old 02-04-2002, 12:09 PM
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Cool 727 Torqueflight shift kit

Alright guys, what type of shift kit would you use for a 727 Torqueflight (440 engine)? Or maybe you wouldn't even use one..... The motor is going to be a little better than stock but not very wild.

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I used a manual shift with a reversed pattern,PRN was where it should be but drive was low second was 2 and drive was low so as you went thru the gears you were pulling down on the shifter and never had to worry about going into neutral with your foot on the floor.It was also handy in the winter cause you could start in 2nd gear when it was slick.The only down side was you had to shift it cause it stayed in whatever gear you selected.
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I only use TCI products, go to www.tciauto.com

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TCI or B&M will be just fine. A 727 is strong to start with and does not need to much help with a almost stock engine.How ever be sure to keep it cool even if you have to add a cooler. ROY
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