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ok so like the title says i planned on buying a tranny this year. but i bought a boat instead lol..

lol anyways i need this tranny to last just till next year so whats the best way to go either b&g chrysler or co-pilot???? i hate the overdrive software had it on my old truck so out of the two which is best?
 

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One of the nice things with the co pilot is that it works on a stock trans or built one. Nothing changes. So once it's on the truck, you don't have to buy another.
 

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That's one of the main reasons I was looking at it also.. Thanks for the input guys I was just wondering if anyone had real world experience between b&g and the co-pilot... Does the co-pilot offer lockup??


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That's one of the main reasons I was looking at it also.. Thanks for the input guys I was just wondering if anyone had real world experience between b&g and the co-pilot... Does the co-pilot offer lockup??


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Currently no. In the very near future, yes.
 

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That's one of the main reasons I was looking at it also.. Thanks for the input guys I was just wondering if anyone had real world experience between b&g and the co-pilot... Does the co-pilot offer lockup??


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There's lots of use running H&S Performances OverDrive tuning with the CoPilot. The CoPilot and OverDrive work hand in hand together like they were meant to be. I've been tinkering in MCC with 2nd and 3rd gear TC lockup as well as a bunch of other goodies. :D
 
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