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post #1 of 7 Old 03-26-2007, 12:33 PM Thread Starter
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help what tranny do i have

how can i tell what tranny i got.... until just a few min ago i was 100% sure i had a 4r100... but im about to order my rebuild kit and they asked me they made a 4speed and a 5speed for my truck year so its either a 4r100 or 5r110w? checked my manuals but it doesnt say specifically for my vehicle what it is... is there a sticker anywhere that will tell me... thanks in advance

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4r100 as long as its an auto.
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2003 w/ the 7.3 had the 4spd 4R100

2003 w/ the 6.0 had the 5spd Torqshift

Edit - Stroke got to this before me, I had it up in the background while workin sorry.

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sweet that is what i thought.. time to order my new goodies lol... getting a custome rebuild kit from TCI that is rated at 600+HP.. all chromoly steel and kevlar stuff....
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Sounds good. I plan to build my tranny up to 500hp standards since I'll never go over 400 w/ PMR rods...

Do you plan to do any big power mods?

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im planning on a High Tech Turbo and bigger intercooler this summer and maybe new injectors...i would rather lift my truck a lil higher then get the injectors... here is a breakdown of what im getting

E40D 6 Pinion steel rear planetary
E40d 4 Pinion steel overdrive planetary
E40d 6 Pinion steel forward planetary
Direct commercial friction kit
Forward friction kit with hardened teeth
Center support gasket
45 element sprag
Modular line pressure assembly (.427)
Triple disk maximizer diesel converter
Master overhaul trans kit
Valve body kit
Mag-hyte pan
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Just be carefull with pmr rods they say not to go over 400rwhp or you really are taking a big chance at bending breaking or putting a rod through your motor.

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