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5R110 build

Hey guys, pulling my trans next week to overhaul it. Got the alto master kit with the power pack direct drive and forward clutch kits. My question is there any pump mods that should be done? Or leave it stock? I was not planning on touching the pump. Just wondering how many other of you guys change stuff in the pump. Truck will only have some mild tunes (drew's street runner, street king and towing). I also got a stiffer low/reverse one way clutch snap ring. Any one that has any knowledge feel free to chime in!

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Re: 5R110 build

That was included in all that sorry i did not mention it. I do not see many guys putting "shift kits" in these transmissions. Seems like alot of the pressures are controlled by tuning. One person i spoke with that builds these recommended the trans go reverse kit but that seemed to be more of an issue on the very early models. I just wasnt sure if there were any pump mods i should do or just leave it alone. Should i replace the pump stator for a new gear set? It doesnt seem like there are any pressure related issues (delayed engagements etc). I know my intermediate and direct drive clutches are toasted. Also going to change a couple of solenoids.

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Are you going with a higher or lower stall converter?
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Put the $30 transgo shift kit. It's easy and comes with a new HD low reverse drum snap ring. These r pretty much standard in every built tranny from what I've gathered.

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Are you going with a higher or lower stall converter?
Im actually going with one that a member on here has a guy build locally for him. Wise guy uses them for all his builds and has over 300,000 miles on several units. I'm trying to pay him but he hasnt been on here in about 10 days

local built converter billet cover raybestos clutch's solid aluminum support with Torrington bearing "5r100 are triple disc factory and furnace braised fins"
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Put the $30 transgo shift kit. It's easy and comes with a new HD low reverse drum snap ring. These r pretty much standard in every built tranny from what I've gathered.
The 30$ kit just limits reverse pressure so you dont over pressurize reverse. That seemed much more prevelant on the early models. I already got a HD low/reverse snap ring. The issue was i dont have the pump alignment pins to assemble the halves i wasnt going to spend another 200$ on tools for the alignment band and pins to assemble the pump if i didnt have to. But if its absolutely required i'll buy them.

Do you know if i can change valves in the pump without disassembling it? I know they are held together by small clips.

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Just make em. That's what I did. Two bolts with the heads cut off work perfect. $5 into it.

The transgo shift kit does more than that dude. It comes with like 3 different regulator springs. Either way, the alignment dowel special tools are a waste. Just make em and buy the band clamp and ur done.

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Just make em. That's what I did. Two bolts with the heads cut off work perfect. $5 into it.

The transgo shift kit does more than that dude. It comes with like 3 different regulator springs. Either way, the alignment dowel special tools are a waste. Just make em and buy the band clamp and ur done.
could you use 2 big hose clamps put together for the band? Or are they not wide enough?
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Re: 5R110 build

I may need a back up plan if i cannot get in touch with wise guy. What else do you recommend for a torque converter that is cost effective? As stated previously, this truck isnt going for crazy hp or towing very heavy loads. Just some tuning. I do not think i need the PI, ATS or DPC converters.

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