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Old 07-02-2011, 10:47 PM
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Heavy duty and street strip

The BM trans pak for my TH350C has two levels. HD and SS. Is there a BIG difference? Does anybody have experience with these kits. Because the golden regulator spring , is not clear, on making a later or earlier gear change of 5 mph.

There also is a oblong hole that needs drilled in the separator plate, how do you drill a 3/16" arc?

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Old 07-09-2011, 11:50 AM
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The heavy duty first stage seems to be the good way. The part throttle driving is pleasant great for towing. Full throttle shifts are quick and snappy, this jumps the car sternly forward into second. Chirps second.

The accumlator gold spring will allow a down shift 4 mph lower . If you ever went 35 - 40 mph after changing rear gears, accelerated, then it did not downshift back to first. This spring can help get you to a gear quickly , that has better advantage over the vehicle mass.

Street strip might be a lil much for driven trucks. Though it is only a speculation.
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