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Technical Info: 2nd Gen 24 VALVE DRIVETRAIN Technical discussion of second generation (1998 - 2002) 24-valve engine and drivetrain questions, solutions and upgrades.
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So I'm in the process of building the tranny in my 01 ram 3500. I'm thinkin about going with goerend triple tc, vale body, billet input shaft, flex plate possibly the tail shaft. They say that should be able to hold what I am goin to do. I'm at stock now except straight pipe and intake. I wanna do some injectors possibly a chip/programmer and will haul anything from 5 to 16000 pounds. Is there anything else I should add if so what?
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What is your horsepower goal?

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I'm not goin to do much, probably just a little bigger injects and edge juice with attitude. I probably won't go over 50 to 100 more. It does want I want it to but I'd like just a bit more. Thanks
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Then throwing billet shafts at it is a waste of money.

Good billet towing convertor, add extra clutches in the forward and direct drum and overdrive. Put billet servos in with hardened anchor and strut. Then use a DNJ governor pressure solonoid.

This combo will hold a honest 450hp towing.

The real secret is putting together a decent valvebody that will give the required pressures.
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Ok. Is there a kit with the clutches and servos and stuff or do you just piece it together. The stock shafts will hold that much power, I didn't think they would. Goerend is suppose to have a good valve body, from what I have heard. I just want to be safe in the long run with my tranny, I didn't want an auto but for what I paid for my truck I just couldn't pass it up. Thanks for the info
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Are you building this yourself?

Power will be just fine so long as you not the one out doing boost launches.

Dave Goerand quit building transmissions all he sells is parts now, but yes he has pretty good VB's and converters.

If your in Oregon go visit Rip at Source Automotive. He's in Milwakee.
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A guy I know builds trannys and I'm just gonna take it to him. I won't do boost launches maybe a burnout or something here and there. I used to know a guy that had one of Dave's 47re that he built and it was about bulletproof. This truck is my daily driver and goes on trips for riding and stuff so I want it to be reliable. I know this is the wrong place but what your preference on injectors?
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A guy I know builds trannys and I'm just gonna take it to him. I won't do boost launches maybe a burnout or something here and there. I used to know a guy that had one of Dave's 47re that he built and it was about bulletproof. This truck is my daily driver and goes on trips for riding and stuff so I want it to be reliable. I know this is the wrong place but what your preference on injectors?



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Maxtorq is the best for injectors and honest, just call him tell him what you need and he will make it happen I am planning a trip to see him 450 miles to get them installed when I need them hands down no questions asked
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Ok will do, thanks pullinforme. Maxtorque is there a kit for those clutches if so, who?
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