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J-Modded 4R70w and Marauder converter

2000 Mustang GT core(30,000 miles originally)
Semi J-Spec rebuilt with extra clutches, 6 plate forward and 7 plate direct
Highest J-Mod drill settings (450+ horsepower)
OEM Marauder torque converter(purchased new when the trans was built)
20k on rebuild

Selling because I converted my Cougar over to manual. I never shifted into or drove in O/D at WOT(very bad for 4R70ws), shifted fast and firm, barks the tires into second and sometimes third, got consistent 2.13ish 60's on street tires, and run with an auxiliary cooler(included, Hayden 679)

Also included is the repinned 96/7 wiring harness

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Hmmm, tempting. I wouldn't need the torque converter and my current trans has 190,000 miles on it.

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I'd separate the converter

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I'd separate the converter
Knowing this clown, he will buy it lol. He's impulsive...like me.



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Sold!

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