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I wouldn't cut that brace out on a frame car, much less a unibody. They already twist and give a ton as it is.
That's the problem. They don't tell you the caveats.
They simply don't fit most cars without cutting the floor and give proper driveline angles....
The driveline angles are one reason I don't care for the Gear Vendors. Very few cars have the room for it there.
Stacked plate are more efficient but slightly more restrictive.
Long makes the good ones for B&M and Tru-Cool.
And if you want to see some interesting data, go see what transmission shops are getting out of radiators with a "Hot Flush" machine that pulses...
Because there are tons of "internet experts" who claim to have knowledge they don't have.
I'm in the business of building and selling...
We use and sell the Quick Shift controllers.
We've had quite a bit of experience with others and some we don't recommend at all.
Yes usually plenty adequate.
All the contamination is probably in the cooler.
Don't reuse it. You can't adequately flush that out.
Install an auxiliary cooler and bypass radiator.
You might get lucky but I wouldn't. When a converter comes apart it fills the cooler with metal. I would replace the cooler, not even attempt to...
If you tightened it unevenly it can cause it to be cocked slightly and vibate.
Moving it a set of holes can sometimes help.
My experience is a...
3/8-16 x 1.25"
Don't trust the aftermarket TV cable brackets. They aren't correct.
Build the transmission to handle the power.
700s are notorious for breaking. Transmission shops are still making a living on that design.
Hard shifts probably contributed. It was working OK...