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? on a c-6 trans

Hey Frank i'm installing a tci manuel reverse valve body and i noticed a little hole pluged with RVT thats between the two front center pan bolts i didnt know if this is a trick or i should take it out?
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clean it out , that's the bleed hole to let any oil that leaks past the front pump gasket ,between o'ring on the pump seals the pump to the case that way the o'ring doesn't get over pressured
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Frank got a another ? for you can i take out the downshift rod out of the shifter rod and fill it with rvt i'm asking because i cut off the threds to the downshift shaft so i cant put back in the o ring and nut.I'm going to look at my c-4 in my cobra two i think thats how performance automatic does it.
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Take out the downshift lever and put a cupplug in it or a peice of aluminum rod
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Thanks again gonna run it tomorrow and see how much it helps going from stock valvebody to a full manuel unit.
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What i did lastnite before i read your post is i moved the downshift lever all the way to the inside untill it hit the drum and cleaned the rod and inside the shifter shaft with brakeclean and put rvt on the rod and inside the shift shaft and then slid the rod back into the shaft and let it dry over nite my ? is does that rod need to move around in there ? i didnt think so because you have the nut and o ring on there usally i just want to make sure its not going to screw up the trans tomorrow, if it leaks a little no big deal i'll fix it right this week with a cup plug like you said is this a ok temp fix?
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Nucler ,silicone will work but not as nice and clean and tidy as I like to build
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Nucler ,silicone will work but not as nice and clean and tidy as I like to build
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Thanks again Frank
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bmp ,seeing that I got a lot of calls on the build
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Thanks! I was in the middle of sifting through all the replies from the search function looking for this post.

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