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How do you convert your turbo 350 from automatic to a full manual valve body?

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2007-05-17 16:15:23
2007-05-17 16:15:23

THere are several manufactuers of manual valve bodies. Look at www.summitracing.com and/or www.jegs.com to find the most common ones.

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