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Old 04-30-2013, 05:26 PM
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Default Transbrake VS RMVB

Would a person not be better off using a Reverse Manual Valve Body' Running a C4 trans...I know how how these little C4 leaves the line , and thought the RMVB would be easier on the clutches & the trans than a transbrake...Going to be spraying 2 foggers also ....
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probably won't be using a C4 unless your really good a R&R and repair
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probably won't be using a C4 unless your really good a R&R and repair
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Been building them for years and have some cars running 4.80's with the c4's i build...That i dont worry about...They are not running transbrakes
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Been building them for years and have some cars running 4.80's with the c4's i build...That i dont worry about...They are not running transbrakes
you joking?
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Would a person not be better off using a Reverse Manual Valve Body' Running a C4 trans...I know how how these little C4 leaves the line , and thought the RMVB would be easier on the clutches & the trans than a transbrake...Going to be spraying 2 foggers also ....
the above post ask if your joking.

now asking, are you really joking?

you running a 100 foot mud hole?
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Most transbrake valve bodies are already reverse pattern shift.
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