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JMod Part Number - which one?

Edit:someone merged my two threads into one so it's a little confusing. Scroll down for my current part number question....


OK, I saw the article on installing the JMod, but where's the parts list? I know a guy at the Ford parts counter here in town so I'd like to order the parts locally as he'll give them to me for cost +10%.

Is there a list somewhere of the part #s of what I need? I tried searching but didn't find it yet... I'm also wondering what parts do I need (if any) that aren't Ford OEM. I already have the deep sump pan, and can reuse the gasket. So I need a stock filter, and then some springs...?

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Ah nevermind, I did some more searching and found it. Someone should just add the shopping list into it's own article somewhere :-)

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It's in the tech articles, IIRC... plus there are numerous threads with the part numbers listed.

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Right part # for JMod 2-3 Accumulator

OK, so I've spent the last 2-3 hours gathering details and experiences on the JMod installation.

I have one problem right now. I've seen the 2-3 accumulator part number given as F7AZ-7H292-BA. Then later, someone said it's actually F7AZ-7H292-AA. And later someone else said it's F7AZ-7H292-AB.

So what's the actual part number that I want? The original JMod document says F7AZ-7H292-BA so I tend to believe it but it could be a typo.... I want to make sure I get the right part the first time ;-)

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OK, so I've spent the last 2-3 hours gathering details and experiences on the JMod installation.

I have one problem right now. I've seen the 2-3 accumulator part number given as F7AZ-7H292-BA. Then later, someone said it's actually F7AZ-7H292-AA. And later someone else said it's F7AZ-7H292-AB.

So what's the actual part number that I want? The original JMod document says F7AZ-7H292-BA so I tend to believe it but it could be a typo.... I want to make sure I get the right part the first time ;-)

Thx.
This is what I used: F75Z-7F284-BA.

From this site, it's stiff.

http://www.p71interceptor.com/tranny...rtnumbers.html

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I don't want to go too stiff... What part #s have the other guys been buying up? :-)

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Just as a point of reference, I didn't use a spring in the 2-3 and it feels about as stiff/snappy as leaving the springs in the 1-2 with the mild drill settings.

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I just did mine Friday. In the 1-2 I have the brown lower and purple upper spring, and in the 2-3 I left the spring out. This was the kit I got from RobertP so I dont have part numbers for you. I went with the mild settings and it's nice and firm but not break your neck stiff. Most people here will go with those settings as well.

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Lightbulb http://www.sonnax.com/

Any 96VB would benefit fm the improved parts @ http://www.sonnax.com/ available via RobertP , DD or Darin... IMO it's foolish to have that old a VB down for JMOD & not do this.

My MK DD TC difers fm yours so ??... but I went with Brown Upper 1-2 Accumulator Spring & Violet Lower fm DD - Soft 1-2 under 2K RPM - Snappier over 2K RPM & very solid Shift @ WOT - as Grog6 said the P/N are @

http://www.p71interceptor.com/tranny...rtnumbers.html

Use no 2-3 Springs no matter what you do but there is a fancy aftermarket Delrin 2-3 Accumualtor Piston out there via our Vendors.

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Use no 2-3 Springs no matter what you do but there is a fancy aftermarket Delrin 2-3 Accumualtor Piston out there via our Vendors.
I have 3x 02 trannys, at this point; I hope I can make them last forever. (with enough parts, lol) I'll look into the delrin 2-3 for sure.

Do you think the brown upper only is too fast a shift?

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Lightbulb why there AINT no Parts List for JMOD

One of my All Time Fave Threads where Gurus went to Defcon 5 over Teflon & Delrin & 2-3 Accumulators:

http://forums.tccoa.com/showthread.p...ghlight=teflon

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Do you think the brown upper only is too fast a shift?
With Violet Lower it's all I want UNDER 2KRPM & over 3KRPM - BUT ....... & pertinent to OP that's why there AINT no Parts List for JMOD as everyones VB - TC - Diff - Motor is different - That's where experience of Gurus comes in damn handy... unless you just like beating your head against the wall - Which of course we have about a JILLION Posters who seem to just LOVE that ~!

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