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Old 02-22-2012, 08:41 PM
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Recommended 4L60E rebuild kits

Looking for a good kit where I can possibly add some HP and have the tranny comfortably handle it along with towing.

Looking at 450HP max and will be a daily driver, firm shifts are surely not welcome. I figure a TC will be needed as well and not sure what to expect to pay for parts. I'm assuming I won't need any hard parts but will prob add in a seperator plate.

I appreciate any help.

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Check out,I used their kit for my 700r4.But I would call first because Dana can customize your kit for your needs.
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Check out,I used their kit for my 700r4.But I would call first because Dana can customize your kit for your needs.
I have not purchased from him but here's another vote for Dana. Came very close to buying a kit from him but decided to get rid of the car at the last minute. Good guy to talk to and has a solid rep with the Camaro/Firebird guys. Google "Pro-Built Transmission reviews" and you'll see pages from several forums.

I am sure I will end up doing a transmission rebuild on a 4L60e in the future and, based on all the reviews I've read and how informative he's been over the phone, I'll be buying from him.
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