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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-23-2015, 01:29 AM Thread Starter
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quick question

Will a 4r100 handle lock to lock shifts?
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Re: quick question

Yes it will.

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Re: quick question

Hey mark, I was hoping you'd reply to this. So, I have a trans that is slightly built. Shift kit and upgraded valve body, destalled tc but stock hard parts. If I make the tc lock up in 1st this trans is capable of shifting out locked up and not blow up?
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Re: quick question

Yes it is.

What is a destalled tc? Never heard of that.

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Re: quick question

Torque converter with a lower than factory stall rate
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