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BTS vs Tymar transmission kit

Talk with Dale at Tymar and was considering ording his transmission kit (which includes accumulator spring and tricumulator spring) instead of buying the BTS valve body. What do you guys think. Dale claims that his kit helps with shift firmness and fluid pressure. What would be the difference between his and the BTS?
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Dale's installs in the valve body and BTS is a modified valve body, has probably the parts you listed plus bigger passages for more oil flow. Either way you go is an upgrade


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well what's the price difference between the two?

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