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 Post Posted: Sun May 21, 2006 6:51 pm 
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Hello
I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with Jerico transmissions. I was looking at a DR-4
I don't know how well they hold up or the abuse they can take. My car is about 3,200 lbs ( guess since it is still not finished)
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 Post Posted: Mon May 22, 2006 7:35 pm 
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I know a couple of guys that have run them, I can ask around if that'll help. About how much horsepower?

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 Post Posted: Mon May 22, 2006 10:14 pm 
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Hello
With the blower motor, I cannot see ever really to have more than 1,000 hp . The car will weigh 3,200 lbs.
I doubt I would ever have 900 hp, but say 1,000 as an absolute outside maximum
thanks very much for your help Chuck
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 Post Posted: Mon May 22, 2006 10:43 pm 
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Hello Chuck
The DR-4 I was talking about is already gone. I talked to the guy on Fri. I guess it must of been a good deal
I am still interested in knowing about them, in case another pops up
The more educated I am on this, then I can know when to grab a deal if it comes up
The guy did say it was Pro shifted, but from pics, I thought it was a face tooth gear engagement......The face tooth can be street driven, while my Nash( I have) is a pro shifted and apparently is not a street friendly piece
I am new to this with the speciality trannies, so I would love to hear as much info as you want to type
thanks again
Tom
I know of a guy in Texas who runs a G-force that is a face tooth engagement and he says his wife drives the car easily enough
It is a 900 hp 540 BBC in a street strip mid year vette convertible. He has been in a few mags with it
I originally was told I could use my Nash, but that is when I found out about face tooth vs Pro shifted


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