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Old 07-03-2013, 12:22 PM
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Transgo shift kits

This thread isn't about a problem. It is a suggestion for all who are wanting to put a shift kit in their TH350. I want to thank all of you guys that recommended the Transgo Reprogramming kit over all the others. In the past, I've used B&M and TCI kits; but, the Transgo kit is the best of the three. It is easy to install and it comes with a DVD showing the installation steps for the beginner. There's only one phrase that describes this kit "Forget the rest, use the best!!"

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In a street driver, a shift kit is fun for about 10 minutes, then it's just a pain in the neck (literally), jerking your head back on every shift. No thank you.
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These kits don't jerk your neck. They shift firm not hard.
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correct i use trans go and sonnax parts in all my rebuilds just to improve the life and performance the trans go 350 kit is great it holds 2nd longer plus replaces 35 yr old springs that wear out in the valve body and governer but i like most of trans go products few exceptions but for 350 definally transgo but i remove the accumlator springs also if its a high performance build
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