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Old 02-14-2017, 01:13 AM   #16
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Not seeing anything for the 6060 on their site?
I understand that's why I said they are in the process of doing a version for the 6060.
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Old 02-14-2017, 01:24 AM   #17
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I understand that's why I said they are in the process of doing a version for the 6060.
My bad, thanks for the input that thing is awesome except for the price. Almost what I paid for the 6060.
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Old 02-14-2017, 08:59 AM   #18
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If I had a 6060 trans, I would most definitely go with a S1 Sequential shifter. Hands down. http://www.s1sequential.com/
I spoke to them about doing a sequential shifter for the tr3160 and they said they are doing a 6060 version now and not ready to do a 3160.
There is one (out of stock)for the T56 on their website .Will this fit the Magnum XL?
With the flat shifting option it sounds like it would be a great option for drag racing .No need to auto swap if you don't have the "driver mod" to get 1/4 mile goals in big horse power builds.
Even better if they make one for the Tr6060 from a price point of view .
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I also looked in to the "tranzilla" Magnum upgrade .
Got a quote for $4900 -They provided details of the upgrade which I will post .
It is rated at 850 lb/ft vs 700 for the stock Magnum .
They also have an option using different strengths metal that they rate up to 1000 lb/ft for an additional $700.
This is trans only so if the Calimer stage I Tr6060 has similar upgrades it makes it a no brainer.
I have not been able to get details on what makes it - a "stage I" vs a stock Tr 6060.
Anyone know ?
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Typically stage 1 is carbon rings, new keys and springs, fork pad kit, front and rear seals and labor.

Stage 2 is carbon rings, billet 1-2 and 3-4 keys, bronze fork pads, bronze shifter bushing and steel 3-4 shift fork. I think these Tremecs already have a steel shift fork though.

Everywhere is different. This is based on my recent dealing of having to rebuild the Magnum I recently purchased from here
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Old 02-17-2017, 06:43 PM   #21
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Wanted to give you guys an update.

Got the 6060 in Saturday. Goes in just as smooth as the mt-82 came out.
Ben sends pigtails for the speed sensor and reverse light, a stock transmission mount and his own custom billet crossmember.

Reverse light is straightforward, just splice it into the old harness.
I used the Dakota Digital box. Its a 5 wire set up and also very easy. Once i confirm it works as described, no speed jumps and cruise works in all gears, I will post up the wiring.
As of now I will not be running a reverse lockout.

That's all I have for now. Still waiting on MGW for their swap specific setup. Hopefully comes in the next day or so. I will post pics once I have everything.
I didn't run a reverse lockout at first either, but was never confident shifting into 5th. Ended up installing the lockout but not electronically connecting it to anything.

It takes a little muscle to get it into reverse, but definitely don't have to worry about shifting to 5th now.
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Typically stage 1 is carbon rings, new keys and springs, fork pad kit, front and rear seals and labor.

Stage 2 is carbon rings, billet 1-2 and 3-4 keys, bronze fork pads, bronze shifter bushing and steel 3-4 shift fork. I think these Tremecs already have a steel shift fork though.

Everywhere is different. This is based on my recent dealing of having to rebuild the Magnum I recently purchased from here
Thanks man.
Below is a screen shot of the quote I got for a "Tranzilla" Magnum.

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Thanks man.
Below is a screen shot of the quote I got for a "Tranzilla" Magnum.

And below is a screen shot from Ben's face book page.

The Magnum ratings are for torque.

My KB car makes about "only" 750lbft so the regular Magnum may do but if Ben's

Tr6060 has similar upgrades to the Tranzilla that looks like the better buy.

Add the the blow fish bracket to solve the remote mount issue of the Tr6060(and just sold mine for cheap:headband

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