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    Performabuilt transmission is here

    Im so stoked. I have a few kids who need there 300c's and g37S' and 5.0s who need to get killed by my ls1.. i cant wait for it to be installed... SWEET

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    How much that set you back?

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    2440..... ugh lol

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    its a level 2

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    nice. and as far as the price tag goes. you would have paid for it eventually. im gonna need one eventually as well lol. i just have to drop my z from DD status

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_r0bert0 View Post
    2440..... ugh lol
    Not bad as far as autos go. They want 4800 to build my legacy GTs auto tranny and it still can only handle 450trq.

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    Hmmm, may have to consider that, but I will have to replace my rear before the tranny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHines-IT View Post
    Hmmm, may have to consider that, but I will have to replace my rear before the tranny.
    unless you already have problems with your rear i doubt youll need to change it out. our trannies seem to go out quicker than our rears for us autos

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    Unless you run stickies LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by LETHALxLS1 View Post
    Unless you run stickies LOL
    even with good tires our autos dont abuse the rear near as much as dumping the clutch. now if you have a stall then i would agree but either way i see no reason to get a rear before a built tranny. but thats just me.

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    I agree grabbing gears in a m6 is harder on a rear-fo sho. I don't see the need to buy a rear or tranny unless the one you got grenades. Alot depends on what mods you have too but even at stock hp the 60e and 10 bolt is less than ideal.
    Last edited by LETHALxLS1; 07-18-2009 at 10:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LETHALxLS1 View Post
    I agree grabbing gears in a m6 is harder on a rear-fo sho. I don't see the need to buy a rear or tranny unless the one you got grenades. Alot depends on what mods you have too but even at stock hp the 60e and 10 bolt is less than ideal.
    true but both mr.roberto and i have lots of plans for our cars, which will more than likely require both a built tranny and a built rear end. he got the performabuilt because his took a dive. and as for me, i dont want to wait for something to happen before i upgrade to a stronger set up. i definitely plan on doing tranny, rear, and susp. before i get into the power mods. not only do i not have to worry about traction and breaking parts, but i also get time to make a final decision on what power set up i would like to go with.

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    Yeah my stock tranny died on me... so I replaced it with a built one... I doing the same thing as 00z28bubba ... tranny,rear,suspension, then buildin up from there because now I no what its like to be without my car , and I don't wantto take that chance again and be stuck without my maro again

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    Congrats we need pics before installation-and the anal lube for those g-37's haha

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    Which stall did you get, have fun with the trans...you putting it in?

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    3600 stall and absolutely love it other then I need new tires now LOL... but no I didn't do it myself... didn't have time.. So I just paid a shop to do it.. But the 3600 is so much fun

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    I use Nitto 555Rs, if you are only gonna have a stall they should be ok, especially with the heat you guys have down there.

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    Yeah im doing 555s up front and 555rs on the rear... but I need to buy new rims too... because the stock 16s aren't cutting so I decided to go with chrome zr1s ... and do 315s on the back.. Excited lol

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    I used 17s too, the tires are much cheaper than 18s and that was the deciding factor. The nitto 315s barely fit for me, they rub only if i take a corner way too fast...i did nothing to make them fit, you could always just bang the fender if you have to. They run a lot smaller than other 315s, so no worries

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