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post #1 of 2 Old 06-14-2017, 07:07 AM Thread Starter
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Trans advice

It starts like this, I am currently using a built AODE behind my twin turbo 363 that is a street car and sees the occasional track outing. I am making some changes to the motor right now and have been losing through the billet converter. I have an opportunity to get a glide for the car but will lose some street ability. My trans already has a manual v/b with a brake and car on fiber drive shaft so these things will have to be purchased again. Which would be the better choice for axial purpose car? Current stall is 3200 on foot braking and 5200 on trans brake.

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get rid of converter imo... if you could ever find one a poor mans lenco auto clutch C-6 kit...

>Winters/B&M/Fairbanks Clutch C-6<

then 10,000 rpm launching? hopped up Ford C6 is easily good for 1500+HP

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