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Tranny rebuild; anything I can beef up the automatic with?

 
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Old 06 Oct 2012, 07:15 pm
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Default Tranny rebuild; anything I can beef up the automatic with?

My tranny went out with the auto stick and I'm getting it rebuilt... 04 cruiser gt... Is there anything like a shift kit to integrate into this tranny or shorter springs... Anything to get it a little torquier... Any suggestions let me know... Wanted to switch to a 5speed but can't afford the ECM and everything right now. Help please!
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Old 07 Oct 2012, 10:17 am
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Default Re: Tranny rebuild; anything I can beef up the automatic with?

I don't know what tranny is in the PT but I'd give these guys a call:

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Old 09 Oct 2012, 09:42 am
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check these guys out. I know nothing about them.
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Shift kit or trans rebuild (of the type you're considering) will not yield more torque. Stop boosting in 4th and you'll be fine.
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