You try to get some input and a perfectly good question. I'm not saying that that's not worthwhile, but it is conceptually limited. I have a 68 Cuda and looking to make a touring car but have modern running gear. I would go with a 4l80e if I was doing an auto swap, handles mega power and aftermarket support for the electronics available. Still pretty costly as I understand it, so a Borgeson box may still be the cheaper route if someone has to have power steering without a rack and pinion K frame. I do like your idea for an electric power steering column though. Places like Edelbrock are becoming real design houses.
Like guys have said some combo's are just to new and nothing on the swaps yet. I called and asked if the Road Ranger was do-able. That is pretty much the same issue when comparing to the 4L80E. I'm just beginning the restoration of '67 Barracuda fast back. And, by the way, it has 8 speeds vs. I get you want to road race and have certain demands, but a Hemi can meet all those same demands.
Ultimately engine pumping losses do this passively. I've thoght about that myself a few times, but haven't really looked too far into it. Otherwise you'll have to spend good money paying someone else to or paying for a coil over k member, etc. Your truck knowledge is missing! There is no leaking coming from the front seals, rear sears or oil pan. A 4l80e weighs about 150 pounds.
We see you haven't yet. Valid on orders shipped in the contiguous United States. Some paddle systems leave you hunting for the paddles when you get to crossing over your hands for shifting under hard cornering but that is not the case with the Chrysler paddle system with the ergonomically perfect levers making for quick, smooth shifts. Eliminating the need for a gear splitter is icing on the cake. We are located in Mesa Arizona and have been building high performance transmissions for over 25 years.
When it shifts from 1st to 2nd its got a really smooth shift and it puts a smile on your face. It always the same on forums. It has about 740 ft-lb rated torque capacity, and operates at typically 98% efficiency. That way we stand a much better chance of getting the transmission hotrodded in the aftermarket provided the control scheme isn't too complex. That is the most plausible reason why the consumers are getting the slush box jammed on us. But the question still remains as to how all of these savings are possible.
I wouldn't worry about the ratios that much. Using this trans for aftermarket apps is going to be difficult. Future development will see two versions available, with a version destined for applications using a centre differential. For a decent price comparison, a running 6. The tall first gear allows for early lockup of the torque converter clutch.
We offer numerous services to assist you in getting the best performance from you vehicle. I have not found any swap information. Seems like it would be possible to do, but I'm not sure I've ever heard of it being done. From 5th 8th gear, the TorqueFlite autobox features specifically close ratios and uses low-viscosity fluid that doesn't need to be replaced. Naturally this presumes it works without major modification and has a nearly equal or better cost over the expected life span.
Remember to mount the cooler in a location that gets good airflow when the vehicle is in motion. My guess is that it's the latter based on the what most of the industry seems to be reporting. Efficiency improvements over the original design include a wider ratio spread of 7. But to me this indicates a lack of commitment to the product as am confident that software can easily handle emissions with a manual tranny. By far the best transmission I have driven. You might be able to get a foam mock-up version of one cheap.
The staff has been amazing to work with and takes care of their customers better than any other company I have ever dealt with. I'm sure they'll come in and answer if they can. These products and services are intended for companies that manufacture more than one of the same vehicle. Upgrades Don't Exist Without Improvements Right? You could do a gear swap for a fraction of the cost of the zf swap, and be right in the rpm ranges you listed with 3. Ram pickups adopted the transmission in the 2013 model year, and Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango shared it with the 2014 model year. Heck, I wish I could get it in my 2008 Charger. You can feel the results in real-time as a passenger manipulates the parameters and monitors real-time operational data on the Handheld Monitor! Impact on emissions: completely unknown to me.