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Old 05-25-2006, 08:19 PM
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Bowtie Overdrives, good or bad

I am looking at purchasing a 2004 tranny from Bowtie Overdrives. Has anyone had any dealings with them, good or bad?

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Old 05-25-2006, 11:13 PM
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These guys are top of the line. Great product and great support.
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I have used their products several times. I second what willys36 said.
They have even answered my questions for stuff they didn't sell. That is stand up business in my book.
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Their websites have skads of good information including a great tutorial on how to properly adjust your TV cable. Also help on picking gear ratios and why to use a lockup converter. They even sell the wiring kit to put a lockup converter in a non-computer controlled car. And you don't have to worry about having cruddy paint all over your case because they clean them so well and come out a nice aluminum look finish. Very good stuff!

I'd have no issues dropping $1100 on one of their Stage 2 200R4's or even more on a built 700R4. It'd be better than trying to get a shop near me to use any of the good performance parts they put in their units.
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