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On ebay there is a store selling build TH 350's with the works...
# Transbrake valve body
# Full manual shift
# Reverse shift pattern (P-R-N-1-2-3)
# Heavy duty 36 element sprag & drum assembly
# Now with a deep aluminum pan
# High performance frictions
# Rated to 800 HP
# Dyno tested prior to shipment
# 6 month warranty
# FREE 9.5" TH350 converter that we'll custom stall anywhere you want it.

This seems like a heck of a deal to me... I'm an extreme novice, so I thought I would run this past you guys on here to see what you guys thought...
 

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whats it going in and are you going to drag race it if so how much do they want for it it seems like a good deal what kinda friction materials are they using im asuming the red alto type sounds pretty good :yes:
 

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I've got 2 of there TH350's. One with the heavy duty sprag another with the standard one. I'm very happy with both of them. I'm not so sure on there converters though, there not bad but nowhere on the scale of the big name guys.
 

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I have their TB and spragg/drum in my 350.
Only used it one season yet, about 50 passes, but so far so good. Sitting behind a 350, low 10:th car.
And they where very nice to deal with. Got good advice about the rest of the parts I should fill the tranny with while mounting TB+spragg/drum.
 

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I´m,very happy with the stuff from Red neck. we been using their converters for a while with very good results. And a very budget oriented price not like the high dollar big names. I been reading very good comments also in other forum.

Leon
 

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I have a couple of buddies running ******* converters. They are happy with them. Their philosophy is they can build a converter that works as good as a high dollar one for less. A bunch of good ol' boys who are racers that cater to racers.
 

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I have a 2500-2800 9.5" converter. It flashes stright to 2800 and barely slips on the big end. I moved from a cheapy 3500 TCI converter to this one and lost about 300-400 rpm driving on the highway :).

Kev
 

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I have had two of converters, both seem to work Ok for me. They are way cheaper than a big name brand. They claim theirs are as good as the big name companies. They also cost a lots less for a an average guy buying that races on a budget.
 
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