Thanks for the kind words! You see guys, bribes do pay off! lI just bought a Keisler TKO 600 perfect fit from them. Haven't even got it yet. I'm very excited and can't wait to get it. Jeff is a very nice guy to talk too. Hoping for the best. Have a great day. Bill :thumbsup:
Sheesh...The tremec 3550 is a truck trans. You don't think the stock shifter plate being dead in the middle of the trans is coincidence do you.
What do you base this on? Actually they are coming out with new after market products now.Here is the point, one of these days Tremec is going to stop building that trans and then where will all the dealers be? It will be a business decision, the market for the trans is growing smaller and they will be forced to make the choice.
The market for an oerdrive manual trans that can hold up to a ton of power is growing smaller? Would not have figured that in a million years.Here is the point, one of these days Tremec is going to stop building that trans and then where will all the dealers be? It will be a business decision, the market for the trans is growing smaller and they will be forced to make the choice.
I agree with this impression of the TKO. This is exactly what I thought to myself by the time I got the 3rd in 1966 GTO with a 389 and a TKO500...from Keisler no less.The TKO shifter is quicker the gears are faster and the shifTing is way smoother. I just replaced a tight great shifting Muncie in a 67 Nova I agree it shifts good but no where near as good as a Perfect fit Keisler prepped TKO.
Our shifters come up in the stock hole and in some cases don't require any mods.
Oh I am certain of that, I can't think of anything I could do to my car that would make a bigger improvement in the way it drives than putting an overdrive in it. The fuel mileage, temporarily lower prices or not, is a big deal for me. I prefer to drive more than 100 miles down the highway without stopping to fill the car up. Plus the way lower RPM will lead to way lower noise in the car, which will lead to a happier family and that makes a happier me.Quikss,you will love the Tremec,it makes a huge diffrence in how these old cars drive.
Let us know how the install goes.
Uh..ok, how about those Yankees!Getting ready to order 5spd for the Chevelle, who do you guys think the best supplier is? My car is a 4spd now,thinking of going w/Keisler.