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Old 02-28-2012, 09:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Revmax transmission build

I got all my parts in today from Revmax, they cut and cleaned my Torque converter and built me a new Valvebody with second gear lock up. This time everything is getting a higher clutch count to hold any extra power I can throw at it. They told me this thing will deffinetly hold 750hp+! I'm going to be drag racing, sled pulling and what ever else I can do put it through!

Here's what was waiting for me when I got home!


New stage 5 triple disk


New valve body with second gear lock up and increased line pressure!


Seal kit from Revmax


Billet piston and servo cover
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Old 02-28-2012, 09:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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More billet pistons and servo


Direct drive clutches and billet piston to increase clutch count


OD brake with reaction plate and increased clutch count




I'm excited to get started ! Maybe tomorrow! Thanks Revmax

Front clutch with reaction plate and more clutches then stock
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Old 02-28-2012, 09:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Would love to have that going into mine

All in what was your total for the parts? PM me if you want..
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I just ordered through revmax this morning for my rebuild! Trans will be 750hp stable, minus i chose i single disk tc due to funds =( but im still safe for what i will be running!
stage 3 single disk torque converter-$400
complete rebuild kit-$499
supercoolawesome valve body-$349
billet 2nd gear servo, billet strut accumulator housing-$168
shipping-$nottomuch.
totaled out to $1525.
the capability to run hard, long, and fast, go home and sleep like a baby after warm milk with no worries of tranny failure, priceless.
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So they are squeezing 7 in both direct and OD brake?
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Yes they are able to do that by changing to a billet piston in the direct and a thinner reaction plate in the OD brake, using normal thickness or just a little thinner steels! But not thin enough everything gets warped!
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subscribed! keep us updated with a lot of pics troy!
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THIS WILL GET YOU DROOLING FOR FINISHING THE JOB,!
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Yes they are able to do that by changing to a billet piston in the direct and a thinner reaction plate in the OD brake, using normal thickness or just a little thinner steels! But not thin enough everything gets warped!
DTT uses a billet piston and a machined reaction plate as well, but only goes with 5 in direct and 6 in OD brake. i am surprised they put that many in each pack. OD brake would be tough to get 7 in I would think.

Guess everyone builds them different...

Good luck with your build
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Looks like this weekend I'll be cleaning everything up and starting to reassemble!
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Well I got some done today,

Super second servo


Then I nicked the seal on the low reverse servo putting it in, dont ask! I was trying to put it in upside down!



New billet direct drive piston installed!



Clutches soaked and stacked! I got 6 clutches in with .097 clearances



Front clutch assembled with 5 clutches with .025 clearances



OD unit assembled with 10 OD clutches, and 7 OD brake clutches with about .100 clearance



That's all the farther I got till I get the lip seal for the servo and the right apply lever, I have a 5.0 and a 3.8 and I'm not sure which one to use with the valve body.

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