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im not familiar with the tt auto trans. ive got an auto sc300 is this the same trans? and you do require a core exchange correct?
 

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alright ive got a few cores but what type of price are we talking about and could you give me an estimate on how much horse power it will hold?
 

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Kean easy question for you.. If I do na-t and get the auto tranny built- with a 61trim turbo do you think a stall would be necessary?
 

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Chris,
We reccomend the stall with every built transmission. The transmission line pressure is setup for a looser torque converter and without the TC shifts will be muich more abrupt.
 

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well i will be making much more than 550 at the wheels so ill need a transmission that can handle it if i switched to a tt tranny what would be required? will i need a new drive shaft?
 

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JaxSc3 said:
well i will be making much more than 550 at the wheels so ill need a transmission that can handle it if i switched to a tt tranny what would be required? will i need a new drive shaft?
It would be better to have your na tranny built, I'm not sure if the ECU will compensate for the change.
 

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im running aem ems so i dont know that the ecu will be a problem. my goal is around 800 hp w/o the juice but ill need a transmission soon and i need something reliable
 

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JaxSc3 said:
im running aem ems so i dont know that the ecu will be a problem. my goal is around 800 hp w/o the juice but ill need a transmission soon and i need something reliable
A built toyota tranny would be a mis-match for a set-up with those types of power goals. A BL400 or similar is likely a better choice for reliability. Eventhough the initial cost will be substantially higher, going through built toyota trannys and the associated downtime will quickly become more costly over time IMO.

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