Installing Level II Transmission Systems With Torque Converters For Performance
Installing performance upgrades for cars so make it more efficient might appear like an alien concept for some of us. The de-facto thinking goes like this – is it necessary to fix something that is not broken? There is a reason why the companies that installs engine and transmission performance systems have been experiencing a steady increase of clients. Contrary to the popular belief systems, installing engine and transmission performance upgrades will not only make your car faster, it will also make the same car smoother and fuel-efficient. The owners will be able to experience the difference while cruising along the highways while applying a feather touch to the gas pedal!
Automatic transmissions of this generation have come a long way and can outperform their manual counterparts by a very wide margin. For instance, performance transmissions now come with special torque converters designed to convey optimal power from the engine to the wheels. Steel plates and disks form a very essential component of such transmission systems. The superior quality products help in increasing the reliability as well as the durability of the entire arrangement. 4l80e – Level 2 Transmission with Torque Converter also comes with Raybestos High Energy Friction clutch plates and Transgo reprogramming kit.
Hundreds of components must work in tandem within an automatic transmission and it is the duty of the bearing kit to ensure the proper movement of the parts together. The new bushing kit will help in reducing the amount of vibrations generated within the transmission systems. How does the company that builds the kit in the first place ensure that a quality product leaves from their premises? For starters, only one technician will be looking at the building of the transmission kit. Depending upon the complexity of the project (and the urgency of the car owner), up to five technicians can also help in assisting the main technician.
After building the kit, the technicians will initiate the testing process. This will usually involve mounting the entire arrangement on a dyno and simulating a 100-mile run. The technician will be noting any issues that crop up during this time to rectify it before the kit leaves the premises.