B&M 10226 Shift Improver Kit, TF A-727 Trans
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This B&M Shift Improver kit fits all 1966-1970 Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth TF727 transmissions with 6 cyl and V8 engines, along with 1966-1977 A-904 transmissions with 6 cyl engines and 1968-1970 A-904 transmissions with V8 engines. This kit recalibrates your automatic transmission for optimum performance, extended life by eliminating shift overlap and excess wear on clutches & bands due to slippage. You get two modes of performance to select from: Stage 1 Heavy Duty, or Stage 2 Street/Strip. Stage 1 gives firm positive shifts without loss of driver comfort for improved shifting performance in all street vehicles. Street/Strip is for high performance street use or for competitive events for the enthusiast who wants the hardest hitting, quickest possible shifts. All you need are basic tools, the included installation instructions and in the space of an afternoon you can turn your transmission into a B&M-tuned unit! Ask the thousands of satisfied customers that have installed one in their transmissions!
- Two kits In One - Heavy Duty or Street/Strip
- Provides Firm Positive Shifts
- Eliminates Shift Overlap
- Easy to Install
ApplicationFits Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth with Automatic Transmission, 66-70 with TF A-727 (All), 66-77 with TF A-904 (6 Cyl), 68-70 with TF A-904 (8 Cyl)
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