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Old 02-19-2015, 10:54 PM   #1
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Question Promotion Transmissions

Has anyone heard of or used Promotion transmissions? More specifically their built up TR-3650? They claim it is good for 750 HP. I've already sifted through several Mustang forums and have seen both good and bad reviews on these but nothing more recent than 2008 or so. I spoke on the phone with Walt who I believe is the owner...Nice guy and very informative but he got a little snippy with me when I asked him if any of his parts are remanufactured. Apparently he re-uses some components from old transmissions when he custom builds his units and when he told me that I got a little iffy. Without a core return he charges about $2000 for his built up TR-3650. A brand new TKO 500/600 is $2400 but if I go that route I will end up spending a lot more between the bellhousing and additional mod work to get it to fit. If anyone is curious I have a Procharged 99 GT which this will be going in.

If anyone has any feedback on Promotion located in Fort Lauderdale, FL or if you have first hand experience with their transmissions please post up and let me know what you think. Much appreciated, thanks in advance.

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Never used them myself but I've heard too many horror stories. I would go with:

Stan at Pro-Force Performance; Specializing in Rebuilt Mustang Manual Transmissions in Atlanta, GA


Zak at http://

Stan's been doing 3650s for longer but Zak does really good work and is also a boss at the T45 and the New Edge (I'm assuming you have a 99-04) can use both interchangeably. Get in touch with both, get prices, see what you want to do.
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