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This is a discussion on opinions please within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; ive decided to do a little work on my ride. heres what i got. pacesetter lt with egr,tsp ory,tsp 228r ...

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    opinions please

    ive decided to do a little work on my ride. heres what i got. pacesetter lt with egr,tsp ory,tsp 228r @ 112 cam,tci super streetfighter 3500 stall,transgo shift kit. and when its all done a good dyno tune!ive allready got the headers and y pipe on and my lm1 hooked back up and it sounds really nice! let me know what yall think. also, ive never installed a shift kit,anybody know what kind of money im looking at having it put in? im pulling the trans myself and just need someone to put in the shift kit. what kind of times and power should i put down with this combo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon35thSS View Post
    ive decided to do a little work on my ride. heres what i got. pacesetter lt with egr,tsp ory,tsp 228r @ 112 cam,tci super streetfighter 3500 stall,transgo shift kit. and when its all done a good dyno tune!ive allready got the headers and y pipe on and my lm1 hooked back up and it sounds really nice! let me know what yall think. also, ive never installed a shift kit,anybody know what kind of money im looking at having it put in? im pulling the trans myself and just need someone to put in the shift kit. what kind of times and power should i put down with this combo
    you should be 11's with that... do teh shift kit your self... it's not hard to do...if it's the transgo one it probably came with a video...

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    You don't need to pull the trans to do a shift kit. You just have to take out the valvebody.

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    i still have to pull the tranny to install the converter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon35thSS View Post
    i still have to pull the tranny to install the converter.
    doing teh shift kit is easier than dropping the trans... the damned TDC bolt pisses me off... i need like 3' of extensions and a damned swivle socket to get ot that bolt...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon35thSS View Post
    i still have to pull the tranny to install the converter.
    I thought that was installed already. If you can pull it then I am sure you could install the shift kit. Follow the directions and you should be fine.

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    did you miss the TCI 3500 SF Stall, in his list?




    Spaz, I get the bell housing bolts with 2 18" ext, but i take out the xmember 1st, and then lower the trans jack as much as possible. makes it a breeze. (if the xhaust is off... )

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    Quote Originally Posted by FORD RECOVERY EXPERT View Post
    did you miss the TCI 3500 SF Stall, in his list?




    Spaz, I get the bell housing bolts with 2 18" ext, but i take out the xmember 1st, and then lower the trans jack as much as possible. makes it a breeze. (if the xhaust is off... )
    when I pulled my tranny the first time I used a whole bunch of 3" extensions and it seemed like that flex they had worked better than the 24" extensions I used the second time. It just takes some patience really. The first time I had a buddy here to help and he was laying at the front helping me guide the socket on so that helped a lot. The second time I got it by myself......with some cussing involved.

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