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Old 12-20-2012, 10:42 PM   #1
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Beefed up t5 rebuild kit?

I was wondering if they make rebuild kits for world class t5s that'll allow the tranny to hold up to more torque and horseys? I looked on Google but most of the rebuild kits I find a power rating on them. Does anyone know if they make em that could hold a little over 600 footpounds of torque and the same for horsepower?
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Close,

http://www.atomicperformance.com/ast...torquet-5.aspx
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Or this one,

http://www.gforcetransmissions.com/tran_gt-5.asp
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I'd love to do that but I can't afford a whole entire tranny till at least next year, I might just wait bc I wanna get everything done right and I'm not in a rush but I was hoping I can find a rebuild kit for em for a little under a grand

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I like the second one. Anyone know their price range? It says o have to call which I'm not too sure if its too late
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It will be over 2k for the gforce kit.
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It will be over 2k for the gforce kit.
So might as well get the whole tranny haha
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If you get the whole tranny it's closer to 3k. Also this is significantly better than your stock T5.
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This all the way..
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I have their info CD.. Great stuff.. Build specific ratings.. Been in Bussiness a long time..
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Ill probably wait till I have money for the whole tranny I'd rather get the best than half *** it lol
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I would check out the tko 500. Might be the cheaper route and its a badass transmission.
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