TCI's Street Rodder Transmissions are an economical choice and ideal for vehicles with engines producing up to 525 horsepower. Street Rodder transmissions are designed with a TCI automatic valve body that contains a valve body improver kit. This fully automatic valve body retains the stock shift pattern, yet provides you with a firmer shift (not too harsh). For the system to operate properly, all throttle linkage, vacuum lines and kickdown components must be connected.
The Street Rodder transmission features: special clutches and bands, improved lubrication system, chrome-plated, TCI logo transmission pan, increased thrust capacity, more torque capacity with less slippage, as well as being TCI factory blueprinted, inspected and dyno tested. TCI's high standards ensure that you can expect dependable and long-term performance.Note: Speedometer drive gear and driven gear not included.
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS high performance racing professionals to help you get all the performance parts you need for your race car, hot rod or truck.
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