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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-24-2011, 11:37 PM Thread Starter
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vb and billet part install needs specs

i am getting ready to install my new vb and other billet parts in my tranny but i want torque specs before i start. what is the spec for the vb bolts, and i got the billet intermediate servo and accumulator, and they sent me a front servo cover. whats the diffrence between the front servo and the 2nd gear servo? in this pic whats what?
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The valve body to case torque is 100 inch lbs (95-110), the valve body screws (#25 torx) are 40 in lbs.

In the upper left hand corner of the pic is the 2nd (aka "front") servo assembly. It is the same thing/different name. Back in the day it was called the "Kick Down Servo". It squeezes the band againts the drum to acheive second gear.

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right i have come to see this but for some reason they sent me the sonnax super hold servo kit and the upgraded servo cover itself. but the super servo comes with a cover.

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The foward band/second gear/kick down (all the same names) is the servo near the front of the transmission. The servo close to the rear of the transmission is the low/reverse band. Hope this helps.

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