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Old 05-18-2003, 08:40 AM
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What is the significant difference between these 2 kits,or is there one?I was wondering before I bought one of them.What will I notice a difference in with the Improver Kit and the Transpak?I plan on running a C4 hooked to a 300-350 horsepower 302.Any advice is appreciated!

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Old 05-19-2003, 02:03 AM
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I just installed a B&M Transpak in a TH350 trans and am very pleased with the results. I will assume that installing the kit in a C4 trans will be similar. As far as I know the difference in the shift improver and the Transpak is that the Transpak also enables you to shift manually from first to second to third as well as just putting the trans in Drive and letting it shift itself. I did the 'Street' version installation. The Transpak offers three ways to install the kit. My original instruction sheet was printed incorrectly and I got a corrected copy. Read the instructions carefully before doing the installation if you have never been into the lower section of your trans. It is a very simple install, although messy with the trans still in the car. Well worth it and about three hours time if you don't rush it.
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