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
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What Are TCI StreetFighter Transmissions Common Pros and Cons?
Transmissions such as the TCI Streetfighter TH350, 727 Torqueflite, C4, C6, 4R70W, 5R55S, 4L60E, TH400, 700R-4, and others are built with high-quality components and assembly that will handle engines with power output between 400-775 horsepower. Due to the improved quality of components, TCI transmissions can be more expensive than other options on the market.
Which TCI StreetFighter Transmissions Are Best?
When selecting a Streetfighter transmission, the first step is confirming and matching the correct model to replace your current transmission or that will properly match both the engine and its power output. Other options include the tail shaft length, lock-up or non-lock-up converter, as well as first gear ratio, and vehicle application.
How Much Do TCI StreetFighter Transmissions Cost?
TCI Streetfighter transmissions, depending on the model, range in price between $1,700 and $4,300.