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Old 08-07-2013, 10:41 AM
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Sharadon does make an aftermarket transmission and they have one behind a truck making BIG numbers, but they're not known for street reliability; the same can be said for the ATS trans. It's easy to build a trans that will hold power at the track, daily driving is where our problems really come to a head. The MGH trans has been holding up well behind several trucks that are daily drivers, so only time will tell with them. I've had one behind a stock engine for over 4000kms so far and we'll see how it holds up to the forged engine +12psi that I just finished installing.

Boost gauge is installed into a vacuum line unless you install a separate vacuum pump, then you install it onto a barb fitting on your intake manifold. The A/F gauge is just an oxygen sensor installed into the exhaust system before the cat. You should install it after the merge collector.
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