Typical TCI Super StreetFighter transmission features are Red Eagle clutches, Kolene treated steel plates, Red Eagle-lined, extra-wide Powerbands, larger diameter servo assemblies, an improved lubrication system, new sprags/roller clutches (upgraded in certain models), enhanced hard parts where applicable, chrome-plated, TCI-logo transmission pan, increased thrust capacity, higher line pressure for extra firm shifts and greater torque capacity with less slippage, as well as being TCI factory blueprinted, inspected and dyno tested.
- Perfect for normally aspirated vehicles with engines producing up to 1025 horsepower
- Manual/automatic valve body means most units allow you to manually shift the vehicle into each gear change or remain fully automatic
- Upshifts and downshifts right when you move the lever, with no lag or governor override to shave time off your ETs
- When you select the normal drive position, the transmission retains positive, automatic shifts for the ease of driving
Note: Speedometer drive gear and driven gear not included.
Note: Beginning in 1978 for Chrysler and 1979 for AMC, a lock-up torque converter was used in many transmissions. You cannot interchange a lock-up converter for a non-lock converter.
When changing to an aftermarket torque converter, it may be necessary to replace the OEM flexplate and mounting bolts.
WHAT TORQUE CONVERTER WOULD GO BEST WITH THIS HOOKED TO A GM 502 CRATE ENGINE,AND WHAT DOES THE SHIFT PATTERN MEAN. FRONT TO BACK MEANS WHAT. I ST GEAR FORWARD THAT SHIFT BACK,AND BACK TO FRONT MEANS VISE VERSA.
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