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What the heck is a T170FT-RTS ?

What the heck is a T170FT-RTS and can I convert my T177 into having 4th as overdrive???

http://www.drivetrain.com/tremec4sp.html
Heck the other options look just as good.
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Re: What the heck is a T170FT-RTS ?

My 4th gear in an SR-4 was like a over drive gear in my old CJ, because the r&p was 2.73, but it was not something I really wanted. I guess, I just don't understand what you want.

What's your r&p ratio?
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Re: What the heck is a T170FT-RTS ?

It's 3.54 right now. It almost feels like OD in 4th because 3rd makes it feel like i have stock gearing with my 33's.

Still it almost seamls like the T170's series use the same case and I was wondering if maybe I could put the guts of a T-177 in a T-170 box and have a stronger case or if I can put the guts of a T-170FT-RTS in my aluminum T-177 case.
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