Tko600 vs Tko600rr
After reading the problems with Fitech and lack of support, I decided I might as well starting buying parts to get an overdrive manual unit in my car. My carb runs great so it was more of a romance item that wasn't truely needed.. just wanted. Since the next thing I will be doing witgh my car is more of a want than a need, I might as well do what I truly want!
I am deciding between the tko600 and tko600rr.. what are your thoughts?
489 with jegs 290 heads
victor jr 454 r intake
850 mighty demon annular booster
MSD 6a/distributor set at 20 initial advanced to 38* total all in by 2500
th400 3500 stall
3.73 rear gears with 28.5 inch tall tire
3.5 inch aluminum driveshaft--will just have it shortened
Cam: 250/256 @ .050 .605/.620 lift and .012/.018 lash(solid flat tappet with EDM lifters)
TKO 600 gear spacing 2.87, 1.89, 1.28, 1:1, 0.64od
TKO 600rr gear spacing: 2.87, 1.89, 1.28, 1:1, 0.82od
tko600rr-- gear spread: 2.87, 1.89, 1.28, 1:1, .82od
Clutch/flywheel: McLeod Street Twin Clutch Kits 6400107 10.5 inch clutch with steel 168 tooth flywheel(will call and ensure I can have it balanced for my external balance 489) also open to suggestions if this is too much clutch. This is a street car. Might see the strip once a year.
Bell housing: QuickTime Bellhousings RM-6022--uses clutch fork and 168 tooth flywheel with 10.5 inch clutch
Shifter: black jack shifter
I will be using a stock z-bar set up on this and already have the pedals.
Last edited by tacomatrd; Apr 23rd, 17 at 2:15 PM.