TCI's "Triple Tested Quality" of Maximizer Transmissions begins with a trans case and component inspection and the complete remanufacturing of valve bodies. Maximizers must pass a static hydraulic pressure test during assembly & dyno test before shipping. The Maximizer family includes...
Heavy-Duty RV Transmissions
The perfect transmission for 2WD towing and heavy-load trucking, each unit has valve body modifications that increase cooler flow and improve shift characteristics without the harsh feel of a race-type transmission. When used with a TCI Heavy-Duty Towing Torque Converter, you have a transmission package tailored to provide long and dependable service with maximum fuel economy. 450-550 HP
Maximizer 4x4 Transmissions
Performance for 4WD trucks, these units are designed to handle the additional strain placed on automatic transmissions with larger-than-stock tires on 4x4 applications. They're built with the best components and programmed to provide crisp shifts for the long haul. 450-550 HP
Full Manual Competition 4x4 Transmissions
Whether a sand dragger, hill climber, or tractor puller, these competition-grade transmissions follow the same specs used to build drag race units. 600+ HP
will this work with a 77 440 block in a w150 4x4 and will it bolt to my divorced transfercase
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