i hate to start a thread on just this but can anyone tell me where they got their suncoast direct solenoid and how much it was
ive googled it all night trying to find a price and have came up with nothing also looked at cobbs website and also found nothing thats why im askingGo to the sponsors link and look for cobbs diesel performane....Google stuff and it usually helps btw.
The solenoid isn't going to do anything but increase line pressure on the 3-5 shift. Spartan tuning already takes care of this, so there really is no need to go with the solenoid. It will save you $200 to put towards something else. I do recommend a torque converter if you are going to run the 310 tune and bigger. Definitely would be good insurance. The internals seem to be fairly strong, but they won't last forever.
I am putting a set of Pro Comp traction bars on this week. They are bolt on. OUO and Farmboy Fab bars seem to be pretty popular kits as well. They both require welding.ok thanks alot to everybody for the help i really appreciate it so i need to build myself a set of traction bars is there any weld on kits out there
The Spartan TCM really helps a lot on the Job 1 trucks. Job 2 and 3 trucks have pretty good TCM's. If you plan on doing competition type stuff with the 310 and 345 tune, the TCM would probably be a worthwhile investment IMO.also how much does the spartan tcm help everything is it worth the 700 dollars
If you goal is to run 310 and 345 as DD, the Spartan tcm would be wise, you will signifigantly increase the longevity of your trans. I run it and it helps smooth out the bangy shifts to a degree if that bothers you, but tractions help the mostalso how much does the spartan tcm help everything is it worth the 700 dollars