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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-22-2005, 05:19 PM Thread Starter
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Vendors...tell me about your 5R110's

I smoked mine last night.
Can't decide whether to re-build or comlpetly replace.
Give me the details on what y'all have please.
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Whatcha wanna know there Rich???
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I would like the various details on everyones units.
John Woods, ATS, Suncoast...whoever else there might be out there.
If you can't post prices please PM me your prices.
Plus full unit shipping to 77572 zip code...it'll be a business address if that matters.
Also whatever core charge involved.
Just whatever details you would tell a customer looking to buy.
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I did'nt know if you wanted that posted or not David...
I really did'nt know mine was gone till we left....I noticed it was hestiating then slamming into gear....did'nt know I'd lost 2nd gear till I pulled out of the track....I know now..
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I smoked mine last night.
Can't decide whether to re-build or comlpetly replace.
Give me the details on what y'all have please.
I didn't think you could smoke a TorqShift while running the SCT?!?!?!?!? : :blah: :roflmao: :blah: :

.....or are you going to say that you were running the Edge at the time? :umno:
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It was damaged by running the Edge/Attitude....guaranteed....it was on it's way out before I ever got the SCT....if fact..I have a complete Suncoast Extreme rebuild kit sitting in my shop that I bought before the SCT. The SCT doing it's job and TRULY upping line pressure helped the clutches lock up again...what there was left of them anyway.
I smoked it by running 28" slicks and short shifting it too hard.

Get back to me on the new Edge in 30K miles or so....I'll sell ya the Suncoast kit cheap...
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....I'll sell ya the Suncoast kit cheap...
What's cheap and how hard is this to install? Is dropping the transmission required? I'm looking for instructions online, but I'm not finding any.
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I was kidding about the selling part...
As for dropping the tranny...yes, as well as totally dismantling it. Not a newbie project IMHO.
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Taking it apart doesn't scare me.... It's figuring out how to get the transmission down that would be tough. That dude is big and heavy.

As far as the selling.... you gotta ask... the worst that could happen is.... :umno:
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Its not that bad getting it down if you are 4x2. 4x4 is a pain. Stupid transfer case and prop shaft.
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