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I want to put a powerglide in the Hot Rod. This is what I have wanted to do since the switch from a manual to a auto trans.
My Hot Rod is a track only car.
I want the best trans set up I can have. I need to have the car run the number(what ever it is 6.70's to 7.20's 1/8 mile) everytime down the track.
I like the fact that if I put a PG in her I only have to make one shift. This means more consistant runs :p
My trans guy said he can make me a manual shift power glide if I bring him back the turbo 350 that has only 1 pass on it. I will not have to pay any extra money for the glide. He even said he can make the glide use my turbo 350 convertor that only has 1 pass on it.
What do you guys & gals think?
__________________ 02 Z/28 LS1 347 Bracket Racer
I live with "FEAR" everyday and sometimes "SHE" lets me go racin'!
Coach Ray Racing, Madman & Co Racing. "Insane Chassisworks Inc" 409 225 5744.
if he is willing to make you a glide for the cost of your 350, then it isnt a very stout glide he would be making
also i would not use your 350 converter with the glide. to get the car off the line with a 1.72 first gear you will need some more RPM off the line than what the 350 combo called for (nevermind, just noticed you already have a pretty high stall speed)
personally, i think a glide is the way to go. especially in a high HP car that is hard to control the first few hundred feet
Dedenbear case, Rossler Pro power glide with a Rossler pro trans brake. 1.96 1st gear with 4.86 gears out back.
Very consistant tranny for bracket racing. I have the PRO Bandit shifter for the power glide but this shifter is challanging to install to say the least. I would use the Pro Ratchet for the power glide if I had to do it over again.
Coach The majority of the big buck footbrake racers use powerglides. When my 4l60e gives me trouble i'm going with a glide. I enjoy the win light on in my lane more than going a little quicker But you'll have to change your sig to Coach 02 A2 Z28. Frank95z
__________________ 1995 Camaro Z28 Stockheads,stockbottomend na,Joe O cam 11.15 119.86 1.48 Louisiana Raceway 1998 Street Track Champion, No Problem Raceway 2002 Street Track Champion, 2003 Southern Shootout Bracket Champion,2006 No Problem Raceway Street Track Champion,2010 No Problem Raceway Street Track Champion