ATI Powerglide Compu-Flow Valve Bodies and Components are designed to deliver the most efficient and accurate hydraulic control for your Powerglide transmission. Years of testing and research have allowed ATI to find the optimum oil circuitry for your application.
COMPU-FLOW FORWARD MANUAL VALVE BODIES: These untis have no automatic shifting. The shift pattern is P-R-N-2-1. It will leave in the selected gear allowing street driven cars to move off in 1st or 2nd in slippery conditions. The governor and related components are eliminated, as well as throttle pressure, cables/vacuum lines and linkages. Engine braking is available in all gears. The Forward Valve Body provides a generally slower ET for drag racing since the band or clutches are on in low gear.
COMPU-FLOW TRANSBRAKES: Lock your race car on the starting line for hard, consistent launches. Compu-Flow Transbrakes for Powerglide transmissions are forward pattern (P-R-N-2-1). These units are fully manual - no automatic shifting. An excellent choice for bracket and delay box users.
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