Fluid and filter
I just changed mine, for what i believe is the first time. I did both the filters, external, and internal. I dropped the trans pan, and to my delight, the fluid was like new, very bright red, absolutely no debris, or material in the pan at all. I was kind of surprised, since everyone on here rants and raves about needing a trans if you push your tuner past like level 2 and so on. I run my ppe race e.t. +2 tuner on level 4 all day, and used to run it on 5 for a while. I dont overly abuse my truck, only the occasional launch from a light when wanting to waste a ford or dodge for sport. And jumping on the throttle now and then to let the black smoke pour, but i really thought i was on borrowed time, and would see clutch debris in the pan. Anyone want to chime in here.... Anyone making good power and hasn't had to do a trans? My guys in the gm shop, keep telling me i am underestimating the allison, and think i'm nuts becuase i keep telling them i need to put a trans in it. What gives?
2010 CCSB Chevy Loaded LTZ Black Granite, Compound Turbos, 40 overs, studded heads, EFI Live, Suncoast Trans & Converter, Dual Fueler, AirDogII, amp steps, air bags, 2012 front end conversion, Train horns, 22" BMF Novakanes, 37" Mud Grapplers, CST at 7.5" W/Fox 2.0 Dual Shocks. 4.88 Yukon Gears, mag hytec cover, Caltracs
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