Cheetah Pro Series Valve Body
Provides full manual control only, a must due to delay boxes. No automatic features. Not recommended for street application. Eliminates use of passing gear linkage and/or vacuum modulator hook-up. Positive shifts for maximum performance. Allows wide open throttle on the line by holding the transmission in two gears at one time. Quick lock up on roll into stage light. Instant release for quick reaction time.
''Pro Street'' Automatic Shift
Provide full manual control or permit fully automatic operation. Features positive shifts. Maintains stock shift pattern. Firm shifting 1-2 and the best 2-3 shift ever in an automatic shift Chrysler valve body. Low gear anytime feature. Requires throttle kickdown linkage.
''E-Shift'' Electronic Shift
All new electronic technology requires 912-70600 Cheetah E-Shift Controller. Provides accurate repeatability of shifts in all modes; Race, Burnouts and Pit Road with the added safety from hands on steering wheel racing.
Valve body assembled where applicable and valve body spacer plate, solenoid, pan gasket, filter, miscellaneous parts-and-step by step instructions.
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