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Old 06-22-2010, 03:37 PM
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if you really wanna do away with all the sensors and crap why not just find a muncie sm-465 (4 speed standard) out of an old chev truck? theyre tough as nails and cheap as hell.

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i would love too all the 4speeds i've seen are high as heck. my buds say i'm crazy because i prefer stick over auto.
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what about the saginaw 4 speed good for daily driver with a little umph.
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