The Choice on the Street is TCI Transmissions!
TCI Streetfighter Transmissions are ideal for vehicles powered by non-supercharged engines producing 400 to 775 horsepower, using pump gasoline. Equipped with a TCI manual/automatic valve body, the StreetFighter Transmission allows you to shift manually into each gear or to remain fully automatic by placing it in Drive. The valve body, however, permits downshifting if the engine speed is lowered to the low gear operating range. To function properly, all throttle linkage, vacuum lines, and kickdown components must be connected. TCI's high standards ensure that you can expect dependable and long-term performance.
- Special Clutches and Bands - Increase Durability
- New Sprags/Roller Clutches - Increase Holding Capacity
- Improved Lubrication System
- Includes Chrome-plated Pan
- Higher Line Pressure for Extra Firm Shifts & Greater Torque Capacity with Less Slippage
JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS Professionals to help you get all the performance parts you need.
I would like to use this in my 67 Pontiac GTO with a 455. Will this transmission work and if so, what else will I need to swap the TH350? Also have a Hurst His and Her shifter.
Has the factory sunshell been upgraded?
Will This Fit, a 1989 GMC K1500 SLE Truck
I want to put in 78 nova. will this fit?
What will I all need to slap this on my 84 camaro 350sbc?
will this fit into a 1965 chevelle ss , will be putting in 383 stroker
Will this fit on a 81 monte carlo with a 327 bore 40 over?
looking to install a 700r4 in a 68 Camaro, will the factory horseshoe style shifter work on this?
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