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Big Block
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« on: September 17, 2014, 11:32:10 pm »

I have a 2001 4r70w that I thought I would rebuild while the machine work is being done on the motor. The motor will be supercharged and about 400to 450 at the rear. It made 374 before. The tranny was fine and made close to 100 passes this year with a couple thousand street miles. I don't want a monster that shifts hard as this is the wife's car. Any Idea's on what kit you would install and the mods along with other parts one might consider. The tranny seem to hold up fine stock so I don't think I need to get carried away. Thoughts
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« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2014, 02:23:13 am »

I found Dan Gilsdorf from Silver Fox Transmisions to be a wealth of knowledge and happy to help. He has a great range og AOD products from mild to wild. I have one of his AOD 950's going behind a 427 from Woody.
His website has good info too.

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