Valve Bodies for Manual Shift Transmissions
TCI Competition Manual Valve Bodies deliver maximum performance and quick elapsed times in racing applications, making them an excellent choice for bracket cars, monster trucks, and virtually any off-road competition vehicle where a Trans-Brake is either not legal or desired. The quicker shift timing is produced by manually controlling the valve body, allowing you to run higher line pressures than an automatic shift transmission. Higher line pressure makes it harder for clutches to slip under high loads since these units do not shift on their own.
DO YOU REMOVE AND PLUG THE GOVERNOR HOLE
Do you need to use a kick down cable with this valve body?
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