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Old 08-07-2013, 11:55 AM
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Originally Posted by CdnoilRAM View Post
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.
What cats?? Haha thanks for all the info. Anyone know the gains on stock motor? A guesstimate
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