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Old 10-04-2009, 05:51 PM
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how much power can they handle b4 failing?

Will a stock tranny handle these mods?

Intake, downpipe/exhaust, turbo housing and wheel, SCT, foil delete.


Suspension is also stock



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It just depends on how many times you lay into it.
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foil delete will not contribute to failure. as it does nothing performance wise.
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ya i kno the delete is just for sound just threw the whole list in.
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foil delete will not contribute to failure. as it does nothing performance wise.
What is the foil delete? and how do you do it?
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Just remove the foil off of the driverside intercooler line.
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bump for OP's question...
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Nothing you have listed will itself take out the trans, add a chip and unless you have alot of miles on the trans you will be fine.
More info in your sig would help ..
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Old 10-08-2009, 11:24 AM
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I got 187k outa my trans with those mods.

It usually had a trailer on it. And when it started to go out, it slipped through 1st WITH a trailer. If I was runnin naked, you couldn't really feel any slip.
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yea i just consider those mods to be ''supporting'' but how bout with a TW or a DP? how long... if your not stupid about it? for ex keep it on econo/street?

there really isnt any other option after you ''do'' the deed..other then getting a built tranny when the time comes?... everyone on here just forks out 5k~ everytime they install a tuner?

and dont say ''you wont be able to not go hard on it'' cuz i drive a 300awhp audi so i dont want my truck to be fast...

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