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Post  cool40 November 19th 2011, 11:04 pm

the only problem i've saw with the stock case came when a big hp turbo olds powered yard dart started burning clutches in a couple passes.they jacked the line psi up and the case cracked somewhere close to where the lines go into the case,BUT i think the lines be'n too tight can cause it too. Suspect
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Post  the Coug November 19th 2011, 11:19 pm

138 it's not the case that usually breaks, if it does it is caused by something in a bind which put undue stress on the case, in that fact the Reid will break also if in a bind. like having the engine and trans mounted solid something is going to break and being the trans case is Aluminum it will break first.......








Proline 2500
The Proline 2500 adds the “unbreakable” 1.80 straight cut gears into a stock PG output and carrier, plus a deep aluminum pan to the PL 2000. This increases the rating to 1150 HP. Proline 4000
The Proline 4000 has all the features as the PL 5000 but is built with at stock PG case. It is rated to 2000+ HP.
Proline 5000
The Proline 5000 is our most popular transmission and is rated to 2000 HP. It includes all our best parts except those extreme HP options of the PL 5500. The PL 5000 has been in more Big Dollar Bracket winner’s car than all the other’s combined! Comes with a 60 day “satisfaction guaranteed” return policy.
Proline 4000
Prolite Transbrake
NASA Input Shaft
New Clutch Hub
New Servo
8 Clutch Pack
4340 Output Shaft
9310 1.80 Gears
New Gear Housing
New 1.80 Ring Gear
New Pins
New Thrust Washers
Deep Aluminum Pan
High Flow PG Pump
High Performance Gasket and Seals
Stock Case............................<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Stock case

Rated to 2000 HP


Proline 2500
Prolite Transbrake
300M Hardened Input
New Clutch Hub
New Servo
8 Clutch Pack
Stock Carrier
New 9310 1.80 Gears
New 1.80 Ring Gear
Deep Aluminum Pan
High Flow PG Pump
High Performance Gasket and Seals
Stock Case.................<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Stock case

Rated to 1150 HP


Proline 5000
Prolite Transbrake
NASA Input Shaft
New Clutch Hub
New Servo
8 Clutch Pack
New 4340 Output Shaft
9310 1.80 Gears
New 1.80 Ring Gear
New Pins
New Thrust Washers
Deep Aluminum Pan
High Flow PG Pump
High Performance Gasket and Seals
SFI Approved Aftermarket Case
SFI Approved Aftermarket Tail Housing

Rated to 2000 HP


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Post  D's557BBF November 22nd 2011, 6:40 pm

res0rli9 wrote:
John Myrick wrote:
D's557BBF wrote: That pile of parts is still sitting in a 5 gallon bucket like a god damn jig saw puzzle! transmission-specialties here I come!!

lol!

Hay Big D I thought you where Fords Trans. MAN Smile

I am, all of my dailey drivers have ford trans in them!!! cheers Laughing
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Post  Oldani December 11th 2011, 1:20 pm

Have not been here for a while, but there's some information worth sharing I feel. Keep in mind this isn't bashing a company as I do sell TS product. But... I will NOT sell their gearsets or complete trannies. Why you ask? Take a peek:

http://www.importgenius.com/importers/transmission-specialties-inc

I prefer to sell and use gearsets made in the USA. I've had superb results with the BTE sets; made in-house. If anyone wants to tear into a Glide and needs any tech support feel free to contact me as I'm always more than willing to walk a racer through their own rebuld.

As to case breakage it can and does happen with no "lockup" of parts as the cause. Flexing is a huge issue and the weak spot is at the bell area. The other weak areas are at the back of the case where the reverse piston sits, and also at the band adjuster bolt and servo areas. Aftermarket cases all but eliminate these flex areas and contribute to more consistent passes and longer trans life.
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