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Not enough info there to make any judgements, good or bad. :dunno: It's just an ad for a trans shop in STL. And these guys could be long-suffering frustrated slushbox geniouses with tons of customers at the local dragstrip and a great long-standing solid word-of-mouth reputation. Or they could just be a couple half-stoned hackjob jackovs.

 

Mr. P.

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Not enough info there to make any judgements, good or bad. :dunno: It's just an ad for a trans shop in STL. And these guys could be long-suffering frustrated slushbox geniouses with tons of customers at the local dragstrip and a great long-standing solid word-of-mouth reputation. Or they could just be a couple half-stoned hackjob jackovs.

 

Mr. P.

 

 

lol thanks for giving no help!! jk i just cant see trannys being sold for 350 bucks.

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At that price, all they are doing is replacing 'normal wear and tear' parts with cheapest available parts - they are doing a 'factory refresh', that's all. IMO that's $350 down the drain, because in a few months you will have the trans out on the ground again needing attention. :sick: My 2-cents.

 

The CHEAPEST way to mod a transmission is to do it right the first time, including using the right builder.

 

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