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Old 10-26-2005, 12:35 AM   #11
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My entire problem right now feels like its slipping like crazy but every once in a while it grabs so i can get up to like 20 max speed lol. I dont drive thta bad i do a couple spisn with my tires in a week nothing crazy liek neutral drop or slap shifting....
I would just like to inform you that you roasted your tranny while leaving NEBF. While leaving you were still rolling back slightly, you must have dropped it into drive and then your wheels made 1/4 of a turn. after that the "burn out" was actually 100% tranny slippage. You definately burned your clutch plates to hell.
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trannys that weak??? Thatwas the first time i ever had a slight roll back and then int odrive and floored it. Does doing burnouts hurt the tranny at all?
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trannys that weak??? Thatwas the first time i ever had a slight roll back and then int odrive and floored it. Does doing burnouts hurt the tranny at all?
depends if one wheel spins or both.
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usually all my burns off the line if any are one wheel.... bill says thats normal so i assume he knows his crap i doubt this tranny could be killed a month after a rebuild plus u heard the clicking noise it made before i even did that rolling burn...
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One wheel wonders are the worns thing you can do..... mine are usually 2 wheels if i launch it from a straight line....taking a turn i am careful
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that is werid i was talking to bill about it the other day and he said he car did the same thing you woudl end up with a single line of rubber ......
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All of our 4T60'* and 4T65'* in GOOD condition should roast twins in a straight line.
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hhmmm ok then there was obviously somethign wrogn wiht my tranny right from the shop then because i definately only did one wheel burns evne after it was rebuilt..... I think im getting dicked around by this tranny guy
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man that sucks
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tell me about it... Hey this is kinda out there but do you think a somewhat inexperienced mechanic could fix a tranny or install parts himself?
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