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post #1 of 16 Old 02-09-2010, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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Shift kit??

i have a Shift kit From Superior (4r100) my tranny has 100K on it still works just shifts a lil sloppy (no slipping tho) should i go ahead and install this and will it help? i have a 85hp BD x Power chip on the way

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subscribing, Cory how much lift is on your turck front/ rear?

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4 inch in the front 1.5 in the rear looking for 350 blocks

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That will look good. Leveld out, mine has 3.5 in the front and it was too much so i put another inch in the front. Bought the 3'' blocks off Ebay "Newton Lifts" and took out the 2'' ones/ Perfect now. Srry for the highjack bro!

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sloppy shifting is most likly cause by line pressures dropping or clutches geing worn out... check to see if you have any clutch material in the pan... or put a pressure gauge on to see what line pressures are
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ok i am when it comes to trannys? so you think i should start saving for a new tranny pretty much? but how would i go about checking line pressure

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do you have a chip in it right now???
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no i dont i just ordered one will be here in 7 days or so

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go to a trans shop. they can hook a pressure gauges up and see whats goin on
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ok ill do that do you think the chip will help?

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