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Has the 300-450hp Jmod setting. Also has the sonnax 76948-02K and 76948-12K. It's been cleaned and will come with the tcc solenoid and shift solenoid. You will need new gaskets.

Asking $150 OBO

Just an FYI, this is the WHOLE valvebody. Idk what shipping it will be like. I could probably get it in a large flat rate box and fill it with newspaper/bubble wrap/etc.

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Would the Jmod you have be similar to the firm, medium or hard setting ? My car is pretty much stock and I don't know if this would be a good fit. Any idea ?
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Medium. Not break your neck, but will chirp the tires on a stock car from 1-2 and sometimes 2-3.

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So you think this would be a good fit for a daily driver ?
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I used it on my DD, shifts feel really nice when not WOT. Firm and quick, but not something that would give you whiplash. I have springs for it too. You can put them in and if you don't like them you can get a little firmer of a spring and it'll soften it up but keep the same quickness of shift.

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If still available:

Do the springs come with it, I know you mentioned you have them, but.....don't want to assume. Also, what about updated accumulators?

I'm ready to pay the best offer if nobody else has.
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If still available:

Do the springs come with it, I know you mentioned you have them, but.....don't want to assume. Also, what about updated accumulators?

I'm ready to pay the best offer if nobody else has.
Sale is pending, but for future reference it does come with the springs for the 1/2. Also, I don't have the new acculmators, but I have my old (old style too) ones if someone wanted them. I believe they're in good shape.

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I'm in line then. (just in case)
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