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Old 04-12-2009, 04:45 PM
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suncoast transmissions?

so i was sitten here dreaming of a 6.0 putting together some build in my head when i startted wondering about the tranny part of everything,
ive heard good things about suncoast.
now are their complete trannys already built for racing or would you need more?
heres a link to what im talking about?
also if they are, how much hp are they good for?

Sun Coast Converters Diesel Transmissions, Fort Walton Beach FL

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i havent heard much about sun coast trans. but i love my bts (brians truck shop) know several people who have them and are satisfied.
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if you dont mind, how much did the bts run you?
and did it come with a tourque converter?
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trans-3750
Schaffers ATF-144
6.0 cooler- 290
300 on shipping
extra hoses-20
put it in my self so labor was free.
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hmm sounds good,
i hear peole on this forum talk good about bts too, i just could never find prices on their site,
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yea i dont know why they dont list anything online. their website isnt very helpful. but just call down there. great people they'll take care of you during and after the sale.
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I just recently purchased a Suncoast tranny for my 7.3. Best thing ever. I went there and picked it up and got the grand tour of their setup. EXCELLENT group of people there. I got everything I could need for my tranny minus an intermediate and output shaft.Torque converter,valve body,all clutch counts increased,transgo tugger,6.0 cooler,mag-hytec pan,billet input,.427 shift valve and some other things here and there for nice price. They said it doesnt need any special fluid or anything. Just regular ATF. I was at the NADM event yesterday and made 5 trips back to back down the strip and my tranny temp gauge barely touched 140. 4 wheel drive launches. 100000 mile warranty as well. IMO it was money well spent.
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I'd run the BTS over the suncoast any day. Last I knew a BTS 5R110 will run you $4100 plus tax and fluids (including converter) and installed for free if you take your truck to Brian's shop in Lead Hill AR. He'll have you out of there in one day. Also there is a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty no matter how hard you beat on it. After the 2 years is up Brian will still work on it free of charge, but you have to pay shipping both ways. Give them a call and ask any questions you have. They're decent people and don't hide anything. They'll tell you anything you want to know.
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