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Old 07-08-2011, 05:11 PM
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Anyone know of Select Performance, W. Babylon, NY

Anyone know of these guys and the kind of work they do?
http://www.selecttransmissions.com/transmissions.html
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select performance has been around since the 80s formely known as vitar transmission where i started in brooklyn ny as far as i know they still make a good product know several people that use there stuff you wont go wrong there
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select performance has been around since the 80s formely known as vitar transmission where i started in brooklyn ny as far as i know they still make a good product know several people that use there stuff you wont go wrong there

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Brought the tranny in yesterday . Only took me 7 months to make a decision of who to bring it to
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what you having done and did the give you a fair shake?
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I'm getting their Street Comp 1 rebuild with a billet hub option and a new converter. It will be done sometime next week. Seems like a shop.
I was going (seemingly forever) back and forth on what to do and who to bring it to - and also considered buying a TCI unit. Finally just had to do something to get my project moving along. Still have a ways to go . New ZZ4 is ready to be mated up to the trans.
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