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  • #16

    Re: 4L60E help

    Re: 4L60E help

    Boost valve should be included in the TransGo kit.
    I know Lingenfelter used Yank converters. I acquired one a few years back that was a 4000 stall. Little high for street use in a stock TransAm but a very well built converter with a billet front cover and baloon plate on the front. Car was fun to launch.
    The one I use in my Camaro is from Precision of New Hampton. Less expensive. They also offer a Rich Christensen signature series. I don't know if it is any better than the one I have, but you may want to check it out.
    http://www.gopnh.com/rcss.cfm
    Yap got the TransGo kit today and both the boost valve and the accumulator valve are in the kit. So cool that's some money I won't have to spend. ;)

    And so far by looking at the instructions I don't think it's anything I can't handle. And do I need the tool to remove the cover for 2nd and 4th servos. Or is there another trick to doing it, also I'll be doing it in the car.

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    • #17

      Re: 4L60E help

      Re: 4L60E help

      Well after doing a bunch of homework on converters, I made up my mind and I'm going to get a Yank 3800 stall.

      Now that should wake up my 60' times. ;)

      Here's an article to a LS1 Trans Am, they installed a TCI 3800 stall and a transgo shift kit. The car also had headers, a LS6 intake, a few other bolt-ons and a set of drag radials 255/50/16(same as the one's I have) and the cars best time was 12.36 @108.92 mph. Not bad for a bone stock LS1. ;)

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