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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-12-2007, 08:26 AM Thread Starter
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4R75W for sale

I have a newly rebuilt 4R75W built by Jerry Wroblewski. This tranny has an 03 4R70W case from an 03 Mustang GT with the internals from a 04 4R75w. So it has the 4R75W pump in it, Alto red clutches, 5 plate intermediate, 8 plate direct, 6 plate forward, It has a mechanical diode intermediate one way, Kevlar band, tailshaft lubrication mod has been done to it, Jerry's mods are done to the stock valve body to make her shift quick and firm, and it has all the upgrades needed for a 700 FT-lbf of torque car.
$1200 plus shipping

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-16-2007, 03:18 PM
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how long would this last behind a 680 horse engine (590 at the wheels)? Or should I say was it built to last behind one. I'm making 475ft/lbs at the wheels

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VORTECH BLOWN w/3.12" Reichard ultra-grip pulley
TEA Stage2 PI Heads, 9.5:1 manley slugs/manley H-beams, cobra crank, VTStage3 blower cams, Trick Flow track heat intake, FMIC TR1245 intercooler, ART Dual 2.5" exhaust/Stainless/no cats, KOOKS coated headers, 4.10 w/ Auburn Pro, aluminum 8.8 housing, Dynotech driveshaft, Koni's, Eibach Springs, Baer 13" big brake kit. cobra rear brake/hub conversion, VMP Slot Blowthru setup, #60 Inj. 75mm TB,
615 rwhp/500 torque 15.5psi best of [email protected] still needs tuning.
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This tranny will handle 700 ft-lbf, it would work just fine on your vehicle.

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Does it come with the converter? And if so what size, make, and stall.

Also how many miles of use and why are you selling it?

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4R70W From DirtyDog
VORTECH BLOWN w/3.12" Reichard ultra-grip pulley
TEA Stage2 PI Heads, 9.5:1 manley slugs/manley H-beams, cobra crank, VTStage3 blower cams, Trick Flow track heat intake, FMIC TR1245 intercooler, ART Dual 2.5" exhaust/Stainless/no cats, KOOKS coated headers, 4.10 w/ Auburn Pro, aluminum 8.8 housing, Dynotech driveshaft, Koni's, Eibach Springs, Baer 13" big brake kit. cobra rear brake/hub conversion, VMP Slot Blowthru setup, #60 Inj. 75mm TB,
615 rwhp/500 torque 15.5psi best of [email protected] still needs tuning.
CarDomain http://www.cardomain.com/ride/426794
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No converter
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