Hughes Performance Street-Strip Transmissions With Automatic Valve Bodies have been designed for street performance and other applications where tire-spinning shifts are desired. Hughes Performance Street-Strip Transmissions contain racing components which increase strength, reliability, and torque capacity. These Hughes Performance Street-Strip Transmissions also feature a Hughes Performance Automatic Valve Bodies which allow you to manually shift through the gears, or select "Drive" and operate the transmission with automatic shifting.
Installation -- All linkage, vacuum lines, and kick-down mechanisms must be connected and properly adjusted for any automatic transmission to operate correctly. Hughes recommends a transmission cooler and deep aluminum oil pan, which has 2 to 4 quarts of extra fluid capacity, with any severe-duty, street/strip transmission.
- Perfect Transmissions for tiring spinning shifts
- Hughes Performance precision engineering for superior performance
- Full Manual Valve Bodies for manual control over all shifts
Note: Speedometer drive gear and driven gear not included.
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