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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-18-2010, 10:59 PM Thread Starter
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what to do for stg ones

putting in baby swamps and swamps 6po chip. have dp 4in straight pipe, new compressor wheel with rebuilt stock turbo, epbv delete, fpr shim, gauges, 6637 intake. what should i do to keep the trans i have (e4od) for now while waiting for the bts? ( its going to be a while) i dont beat on the truck. valve body with 3 disc tc? i just want a year out of it. it has 229k mi and has been maintained since new, shifts firm and locks up good. how can i keep it running for a while? thank you

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Re: what to do for stg ones

If you do decide to put a TCC in the tranny right now, buy the Precision Industries converter than BTS uses, that way when you do decide to upgrade the tranny to a BTS, Brian can exchange your PI for a new one at virtually no cost. At least that's what he did for me, and I'm grateful for it.

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