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Valve body kit, shift kit, servo kit-What's the difference?

I am going to have my C$ out of my 67 mustang rebuilt and have some questions.

I am doing a fairly stock rebuild as the motor is mild with less than 300hp 350tq

Just wondering on what mild upgrades can be made. I see various transgo kits, B&M kits, TCI as mentioned, wondering if they are the same thing, what's the difference, what affect etc.

Also, for a rebuild kit, what quality/brand upgraded parts should I look for? I see raybestos bands, "red" bands etc.

I would like to increase the reliability and performance. Would like a mild upgrade to shifting, but not banging, as I will not be dragging/racing.

Obviously a novice when it comes to the trani so any guidance is greatly appreciated.

Have great day!

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Sorry, its a C4.
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Hi,
A trans go kit will work well for you, along with
an adjustable modulator, leave the governor alone
unless you've put lower gears in the rear.
Good luck,
Rich
PS Are you doing this rebuild yourself?
these transmissions are about the easiest ones
to do, just use a well illustrated manual.
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