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i cant keep a tranny together! i got about 900 at the wheels now and dosent matter whats in it or how builds it i need to figure out something that will work it a re 48 in a 2005 dodge. so anyone throw some ideas out there. theres talk of a stick but that dosent do good for the strip thats what the truck is for but i needs to be street alittle you know what i mean.
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900 is pretty good. What are you losing on the tranny? Shafts, clutch packs, all of the above? Also, who's stuff are you running, shafts, flex plate, clutches, valvebody etc...
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ats shafts suncoast clutchs ats vavle body but im lossinf the clutchs all the time last time industrial injection had it rebuilt. but 900 is like with alomost 0 tunning its building over a 1000 onfuel only. but it seems to me that it dosent matter who builds it. it still dosent last on hold up

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Where are you located. I would swear by an east coast diesel tranny. He does his own clutch count and makes his own valve bodies. I have never felt an after market tranny shift like this one.

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You need to call (877) 630-9122 Dusty Hawk at HTS, his will hold up.

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I'm a Goerend guy but HTS, Suncoast and NADP seem to be the names I seen most in racing transmissions.

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I was going to say give HTS a shout, a friend of mine is putting down around 900hp in his 05 and racing it. Running mid 10's all day long. His clutches seem to hold up pretty well, he just has problems twisting and breaking shafts. I think you will find that a lot of guys pushing those kinds of numbers and using their stuff that hard have it go back in there a lot to fix things.

Which clutches do you seem to be losing? Are you running the stock front drum or an oversized billet drum? I know Suncoast and HTS use Alto clutches Kolene steels. Have you tried running anybody else's? DTT uses Raybestos components, and I'm not sure about the other guys. What are your clutch counts, and what is your line pressure?
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Nothing worn with Alto or Raybestos clutches...I have used both from drag cars and trucks with no issues. The biggest thing is getting enough clutches in the drum to get the surface area and th eline pressure for them to hold....once they slip they get glazed and kiss them goodbye.

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you guys seem custom is the way to go ill give those guys a call in the mornig and all the clutchs are going they like to weld them selfs together!
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