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Old 03-27-2012, 12:04 AM
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I'll go for the transgo 1-2 kit. Looks like it has what I want in it. Almost got the SK350 until I saw your reply saying to use the 1-2. Looks more like what I'm trying to do.


As long as I don't use thier seperator plate I can go ahead as planned with the omitting the seal right? I like the idea of doing the seal and plug instead of a shift kit to dual feed because there's one less lip seal to worry about.


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Old 03-27-2012, 12:19 AM
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I'm still foggy about what posision the 2-3 acumm piston is suppose to be stuck in. The wiki article says between the piston and e-clip is where the rod should go... That's on the oposite side of the spring though... Is it suppose to be squished in there or... what?


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Prob use Superior Transmission Products Shift Correction kit for TH350
P/N K350-HP


That's got the springs.... The one I installed on the C6. Worked out nice.


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Use their plate with the kit....drill the holes to .125-140 if they don't tell you to allready...leave the center seal out of the drum.
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While your shopping,it would be a very good idea to get a hardened intermediate sprag race.
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Indeed, getting the hardened drum and race kit from TCI (I think, may go with hughes, gotta read more!)


You've been VERY helpfull! Without you I wouldn't have been as comfortable as I am doing the TH350. I started peaking into the TH350 handbook again and boy it looks alot like my C6. Will be a breeze!


Tried asking this question on another forum and instead we got on the TH350 vs TH400 debate.



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