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Old 05-24-2005, 10:42 PM
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This kit supplies all the gaskets, seals, bushings, and friction materials required for a complete high performance or racing transmission overhaul. The friction materials and steel provided in this kit are B&M's high performance level components. Includes only OEM valvebody gaskets, no transbrake body gaskets or parts.

B&m has a master racing overhaul with clutchs and band is this a real good overhaul kit for a 400 transB&M Master Racing Overhaul Kits or TCI master racing overhaul kit

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Man this is hard! If someone asks you which flavor of ice-cream is the best you may say chocolate or I may say rocky-road, but in fact they are both good and just because I like one over the other doesn't make it the best. With that said I think I would buy the TCI kit. Ok I made my choice but that doesn't mean it is "the best".

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visit www.bulkpart.com

reseanable prices on quality stuff.

Borg-warner parts are good to use
Dont worry how old you are... it is the mileage on your body that adds up.
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