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post #1 of 12 Old 09-01-2010, 11:33 AM Thread Starter
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Which TC do I want?

I've heard so many things the last couple days I have no idea what i want to do now. I'm getting by tranny rebuilt so im going to upgrades the TC while its out. I only have exhaust intake and a flashpaq and will soon get rid of the flashpaq for a TW chip. I was going to go with the billet triple disc but was told it was over kill for what I'm going to do with it. Ive been told that the 6.0converter is the way to go. Then I have been told that the Ford HD converter is the same as the 6.o converter. Does anyone know or have experience with revmax or Racer X converters. They seem to have the best prices around. I need some help here guys. Keep in mind that PRICE IS AN ISSUE.
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Overkill? In my experience you cant have "overkill" in a transmission. That said, I usually drive'm like I stole'm.
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By overkill he just ment that I dont need to spend the money on a billet TC cause a cheaper one would hold up just fine. Like a 6.0 TC. Is that true?
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Same questions from me...

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Anybody use or used a ARI converter? $350 with a lifetime warranty. You're not going to beat that anywhere. Its a double disc not a triple disc. But I don;t really know if that matters.
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Our 6.0 Tq converter is good to 400+ HP, 1 year warrenty and doesn't require any mods like some of the Billet converters..like the Stallion. PM me if anyone needs info or pricing.

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Anybody use or used a ARI converter? $350 with a lifetime warranty. You're not going to beat that anywhere. Its a double disc not a triple disc. But I don;t really know if that matters.
where did you get 350$ ? here is from the web site...

Ford - E40D 4 Stud ('89 - '95) Triple Disc 551106 $813
Ford - E40D 4 Stud ('89 - '95) Extra Low Stall Triple Disc 551107 $887
Ford - E40D / 4R100 - 6 Stud ('96 - '03) Triple Disc 551108 $918
Ford - E40D / 4R100 - 6 Stud ('96 - '03) Extra Low Stall Triple Disc 551109 $887
Ford - 5R110W, 6 Stud ('03 - '06) Triple Disc 551110 $939
Ford - 5R110W, 6 Stud ('03 - '06) Extra Low Stall Triple Disc 551111 $992

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We must be looking at 2 different sites. Its $350 with the upgrade to the multi disc and lifetime warranty.
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