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Old 05-08-2012, 10:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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stand alone controllers/VB

Do you offer a standalone 48re transmission controller and VB?
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Old 05-08-2012, 04:21 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You should, and I will Beta test it in your "towing" application!
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Brining this back..

any reason why one of your trans wouldn't be able to use the VB and standalone that another company sells? would you still offer your 2year/unlimited mileage warranty if we used competitors Controller and the VB that goes with it?

Im seriously thinking about ditching the NV5600 and going auto. I just want to be able to control it with the PCS controller. Your trans are looking better and better all the time with all the stellar reviews and pricing.
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Removing or altering any portion of one of our products would immediately void the warranty. Unfortunately, if we have not tested it, then it is not verified to be compatible.
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That's the response I was expecting. typical corporate mombo jumbo I fully understand and don't hold it against ya.

In all seriousness though, is there any reason you can think of that it would not work?
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I honestly have no clue as we have never attempted to run such a combination. Wish I could be of more help!
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Its ok I completly understand. I cant see how it wouldn't work though. It really would just be putting the VB into a rebiult trans essentially

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