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I've been looking at kits to strengthen up the 727. I was considering the tci maximizer kit summit offer but was also looking at the #k10 kit PATC has. Has anybody used either of these two kits or knows of another kit that would be ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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I've been looking at kits to strengthen up the 727. I was considering the tci maximizer kit summit offer but was also looking at the #k10 kit PATC has. Has anybody used either of these two kits or knows of another kit that would be better. Im also going for a converter with 1800 stall. I was looking at the hughes towing converter and one that PATC offers. any other converters worth lookin at. Also going to install a tranny cooler. Are there any other parts i should pick up? Im looking to make the transmission capable of holding 400-450hp. Im going to be having a local transmission shop do all the work. Im going to be driving a (dont laugh) mercury capri so i can save up the cash to do this right.

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Old 01-03-2013, 06:32 PM
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What are you doing with the truck? What are your power goals?

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cant go wrong with patc. no complaints on my part

Rusty89Cummins's Sig:'89 Cummins W-250, '01 intercooler, tweeked pump, time advanced, M-4 fuel pin, custom intake, throttle linkage adjusted, 366 spring, s362/74/14 turbo, 4" back exhaust, SDX 5x.014 injectors, holley black fuel pump, 3 in 1 guage, tach, head gasket thanks to BBD, A518 tranny swap, restoration complete
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im aiming for the tranny to handle 400-450hp. its gonna be a daily driver with occasional hauling and towing
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itll be plenty for that.
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