Group Buy on GoGo Direct Clutch Solenoids
ATTENTION ANY MEMEBER INTERESTED IN A GOGO DIESEL DIRECT CLUTCH SOLENOID!
PM me if you would like to get in on a -GROUP BUY-! This product will help save your transmission. The direct clutches in your tranny get extremely stressed due to lack of substantial fluid while towing heavy or running tuned. This causes a delayed reverse engagement and most commonly a 3-5 shift flare. Your 5R110 has 6 foward gears, but will only use 5 at any given time. Unless the trans temp is below 0* F the transmission never uses 4th gear. It will occasionally use 4th on a downshift but not on the upshift at temps above 0*. The 3-5 shift is stressed under heavy load or while tuned due to the stock solenoid not being able to supply enough fluid. The GoGo solenoid fixes this by suppluing more fluid and in turn saving the direct clutches and keeping you from buying a new tranny. The install is simple as well.
Here's the list so far.
Matt-paid in full
Chris-paid in full
Michael-paid in full
Bingo-paid in full
Jesse-paid in full
Wed-paid in full
Brandon-paid in full
Justin-paid in full
I'll keep the list updated. This deal is for CURRENT GPDA members only and will be available this one time only! If you miss this buy, you miss the group buy price, PERIOD. The cut off date to get on the list is March 9th. PM me and we'll talk about price and shipping. I'm more than happy to answer any questions you may have as well. After the 9th I'll contact Doug and set a new date to have your money sent to me and I'll pay Doug in one lump sum. If you miss either date, you won't get the group deal.
As far as the install goes, it's about as easy as it gets for performance add-ons. Drain the trans fluid drop the pan, pull a c-clip, un-plug a wiring connector, remove old solenoid. Then plug-in new solenoid, place into position, replace c-clip, replace pan using existing re-usable gasket and refill with fluid. That simple. Myself or Michael (thats right buddy I'm volunteering you for some help here) will try and post a step by step with pictures after the solenoids come in.
Last edited by MWilbur516; 03-20-2012 at 11:11 AM.