how do you know the gsr tranny doesnt grind? dont know until you mount it on your carig4teg on Feb/25/04 said:I local shop owner will trade me my 96 ls tranny with no grinds plus $200 cash for a 95 gsr tranny w/ no grinds. Is it worth it to do this trade. Both have about equal miles on'em?
my problem with that is the 30 mile 80mph drive to and from work each day. My rpms will be even higher with an itr tranny. The gsr seemed like a good compromise.jessejames on Feb/25/04 said:save your dough and get a C5 tranny dude youll be way more happy(and faster)
Wish granted, link above.justYncredible on Feb/25/04 said:but i dont think a gsr tranny on a ls is a good idea
Wow, what an idiotic statement. You are now crowned moron of the day.
Quote: TegGsr2120 on Feb/25/04 It is really hard to say "how much" of an increase you will get from this but there will surely be one.
Not it is not hard at all, it is an exact science really. Just check the link above.
Quote: ig4teg on Feb/25/04 Wish I knew what kind of gain i'll get from this...
yeah I still have a b18b and I figured it at about 6500rpm instead of 6800 cause at 6500 my power goes down the tubes.Louse76 on Feb/26/04 said:Quote: MichaelDelaney on Feb/26/04just to point out a blatant mistake on this thread:
the top speed isn't 120 mph with an itr tranny.
Right, but its not much off, 127 @ 6800RPM (we're talking B18B1 here).