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09-01-2007 01:43 AM
JeffB
700r4

By far the real 700R4 experts can be found at:www.transmissioncenter.net they build them better than anyone out there.
08-31-2007 04:57 PM
transbuilderguy TCI is a good company with a good reputation I have taken a few of thiers apart before and they have some good setups
08-31-2007 01:36 PM
dawg I have one on my TH350 and its great
be sure and get the street fighter with anti balloning plate for blower or nitrous applications
08-31-2007 11:37 AM
jeffmhn
TCI street fighter 700R4 opinion

I am looking to put an automatic trans in my 55 chevy.

i have a 350 with a small B&M blower.

does anyone have any input on TCI street fighter 700R4's?

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