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Anybody know a good trans mechanic in the central New Jersey area? I have a spare 400 turbo I want to have a Transgo reprogramming kit installed.

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When I was re-doing the Lemans powertrain in 2004, my local Cottman Transmission found a BOP 400 Turbo case for me, spec'd Coan parts and built the strong tranny I run today based on my 462 (455 bored .030 over). I've not had a single tranny problem. So if there is a Cottman near you, call or talk to them about building you a street performance transmission.

Now, I had a complete tranny built from scratch - so it was pricey. I don't think you'd expect the same thing with your Transgo kit.

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Thanks for the reply Frosty, nothing crazy at all with the trans, just the reprogramming kit. I do believe there is a cottman around, i will check it out, thanks.

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Glad to help. Let us know what you find out or if you decide to move forward, how you like it.

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