Although not quite the stout heavy-duty performer as its big brother, the Turbo 400, the Turbo 350 transmission is a fine, durable, capable, and when modified, stout performer in its own right. Millions of GM cars and trucks have been built with Turbo 350 automatic transmissions. There always comes a time when the old transmission shows signs of wear. At some point, even the best transmissions need to be rebuilt. In GM Turbo 350 Transmissions: How to Rebuild a Modify, respected automotive technical author Cliff Ruggles guides you through the complex rebuild procedure of GMas popular rear-wheel-drive automatic transmission. With his proven style, Ruggles goes through the step-by-step rebuild and performance upgrade procedures in a series of full-color photos. He includes instruction on removal and installation, tear-down procedures, parts inspection and replacement, as well as performance mods and shift kit installation. Time-saving tips are part of every buildup as well. Automatic transmissions are a mystery to most. Even if you end up deciding to have a professional take care of your transmission repair and performance needs, the information contained in this book is crucial to understanding how the power gets from the engine to the road. Add a copy of GM Turbo 350: How to Rebuild a Modify to your automotive library today.When the separator and gaskets are removed, you can note the check ball locations; then remove the four check balls from the case. check balls to use as a reference later during transmission assembly. ai They may be steel or rubber.
|Title||:||GM Turbo 350 Transmissions|
|Publisher||:||CarTech Inc - 2015-07-15|