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Old 02-26-2013, 02:32 PM
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School me on the auto trans.

Could any body tell me what I have or may be tell me how to figure it out my self. I have a 97 F-250, 7.3, 4x4. No real mods yet, A chip in the future, maybe impeller for the turbo and injectors. What modal trans should I be concerned with and what do I do about it?
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E4OD

Looking to upgrade it? valve body and torque converter
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And bigger cooler
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most important you need a gauge.
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most important you need a gauge.
Sooooo maybe I should get one?
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You don't have one yet?
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Nope, but I also dont abuse my truck
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Sooooo maybe I should get one?
not a bad idea especially if you haul the things you do
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I dont have one either elmo lol whoops but like you said i baby my truck today to work and back didnt get it over 2000RPMS and its got 4:10's lol 55 whole way to work and back lol
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Like they said, valve body, possibly TC depending on what you wanna do, a bigger cooler, and I'd say an external spin on filter too.
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