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Old 12-22-2015, 01:38 AM   #1
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I am planning a part time drag car and am wondering how well the 3rd.gen 5 speed
trans holds up. The car should be the 1800 lb. range.






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I am planning a part time drag car and am wondering how well the 3rd.gen 5 speed
trans holds up. The car should be the 1800 lb. range.
In that light a car you will never ever have a problem with it.
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How much power?
What kinda engine?
Slicks? What size?

If we're talking forced induction and hitting 10's or faster, you might want to look at a adapter plate and any of the T56 series of transmissions...
This is purely just the sake of maintenance and parts availability and costs.


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