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Old 12-28-2008, 01:59 AM
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08 6.4 Trans in 6.0???

Just read a 6.4 trans will work with the 6.0 with the 6.0TC on it..ive heard the 6.4 trans is built even stronger than the 6.0..anyone heard of this being done or know of any porblems with doing this?
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They're both 5R110 torqueshifts. I don't believe there's much if any difference between the two. Hopefully someone else will join in to confirm or deny...
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I thought they were the same trannys as well
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same tranny. just has the bugs worked out. proper tuning they seem to hold 550 rwhp with no problem
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You will need to use a 6.0 Tq converter. FYI I have a 08 trans for sale.
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From what i have seen and herd they are the exact same. So you would be wasting your money if thats what you did for an upgrade.
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From what i have seen and herd they are the exact same. So you would be wasting your money if thats what you did for an upgrade.
mine is toast anyways..if there the same price i would rather throw a newer one in!
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They should operate the same to your truck. The '08 version is actually built with stronger gear sets, so at least that part should be better. Electronic wise, I think your truck should see no difference. As some of the guys said, you will need a 6.0TC
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