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Old 01-19-2014, 03:49 AM
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TC upgrade help/PI Stallion (BTS) pump restrictor

Hi all. I ordered from BTS the Precision Stallion torque converter as mine had given up and was leaking. I have the trans pulled, the TC pulled and the pump pulled. Brian told me that I needed to put in a modified TCC restrictor so that I could reduce pump pressure (and he sent that) .0055 restrictor However, I cannot figure out where this is supposed to go.

Obviously BTS is closed over the weekend, and I need to get this girl back up and running. Anyone have any documentation/diagrams on where this reducer goes?
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Old 01-19-2014, 11:08 AM
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I'm in somewhat the same position,, I just got my hands on one of these (guy here selling in the For Sale Forum) and am going to be installing it into my stock (except for a JW VB) transmission. I was unaware mods had to me made to the pump until I opened the box...

Here's what the paperwork that came with mine says, it's referring to a spring instead of a restrictor though. (Did yours come with a spring too?)

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Old 01-20-2014, 12:37 AM
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Yeah I did get that. Brian (BTS) said to ignore that paper and don't worry about that spring. Since the rest of my AT is stock, he said I needed to put a restrictor in that has a .0055 restriction so that there would be more pressure. I have it ready, just not sure where it goes.
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Old 01-20-2014, 06:49 AM
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Yeah I did get that. Brian (BTS) said to ignore that paper and don't worry about that spring. Since the rest of my AT is stock, he said I needed to put a restrictor in that has a .0055 restriction so that there would be more pressure. I have it ready, just not sure where it goes.
Let me know, - would ya? (I trust Brians opinion)

Are you sure it's .0055 (that's really small!)
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Old 01-21-2014, 01:07 PM
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Let me know, - would ya? (I trust Brians opinion)

Are you sure it's .0055 (that's really small!)
Yeah you right. It should be .055 (fifty-five thousandths ) insert and it goes into the port hole depicted in these

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20140120_093641
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Old 01-21-2014, 03:10 PM
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Wow! Thanks that's great! Think I'm gonna give Brian a call...

Thx - Again
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