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Old 09-01-2008, 11:30 PM
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I've built a few high performance automatic transmissions and racing transmissions the past few decades. I still learn new stuff each week.

Usually I average 325+ trans across my benches a year the past 10 years.

In the future , it may be best to mention B&M and other companies can not use the term shift kit , they use terms like : shift improver kit, shift recalibration kit .... what ever. I've mentioned this many times on discussion boards

on to the subject at hand:

If you want max performance from the 200-4r trans , for the DIY person i would suggest the TransGo kit 200-4r HD2 kit. A billet aluminum servo known as the "Super Servo" would also be suggested.



Jake has extensive knowledge on this 200-4r trans and can provide additional tips via email or the PM system.

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