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Does anyone out there have an allison transmission in there truck or know anyone that does. And if so how is it working? I've always thought that a Cummins with an Allison transmission would be bulit proof.
Cummins 2011 2500 crew 4x4 , H&S Mini Max,EGR Deleted DPF what DPF.
2012 Dodge 2500 6.7 Mega Cab 4x4 Laramie .. Mini Maxx OD Tune, Isspro Gauges...5TBE...Egr Delete...Sinister TVD...Silencer Ring MIA....Leveled with 5100's...35x12.5x20 Toyo MT's...180T...Extreme Studs ....2012 Dyno run 399whp 4/13/13 454whp/956tq SOLD
48RE's to be exact. You do have a point though, Allison 1000 is way over rated and extremely expensive to build.
2000 2500 QCLB AT 4x4,Fully built Goerend Transmission, Mach 7's, 5" Exhaust, AD 150, ADR/Pulse, Twins, Studs, o-rings. Sold
2006 Dodge Ram QCLB 3500. Efi live etc. 649hp on old setup.
An Allison is about the same cost to build as a Dodge trans, even cheaper. Fact.
An Allison has larger shafts and can go to ~7-800hp or so on stock shafts. Fact.
Dodge trannies really aren't that common of a swap in Duramaxes. Fact.
The Allison can hold well north of 1000hp built. Fact.
The ones you see are usually 47re's with 48 internals. Fact.
Let's not BS ourselves, pretty much a wash IMO. Stick with the Dodge tranny
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