It is possible that the transmission bands are out of adjustment. They are not able to engage because of the maladjustment.
No the transmission will not overheat, the wrong type of fluid could just ruin it the transmission. Same with also using too low or high amounts of fluid. That's why they recommend using the right type of transmission fluid.
No the 700r4 is a 4 speed transmission the turbo 350 3 speed without changing rear end car will rev really high at any speed over 45
or you could just change your high compresion pistons to low compresion ones and buy a t5 turbo
can i turbo charge my automatic rsx? Is it safe, would the engine be as potent a the type S? If so how much power can i produce" what do i need to be able to drive my car with out worring about my transmission giving away? do i need a high performance transmission. Or can i convert the manual transmission instead? would that be expensive? or just for get about the whole topic of turbo charging my engine?
not really. You can get blowby in the turbo itself from high crankcase pressure, but a turbo won't cause engine blowby.
need more info.. is it a manual 4WD that you have to pull the lever on the transmission hump to engage the 4wd or is it push button 4WD?
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Any turbo-charger that spins pressurised air into the cylinder makes a high pitched spooling sound is called a spooling turbo charger.
China High Speed Transmission was created in 1969.
Yes, it can, but you will face a high chance of your engine being slower, and less responsive
High voltage is good for transmission of electricity since line losses are less with high voltage transmission.
Check your transmission fluid. This happened to me in my 1992 Chevy Silverado & it turns out I had a tranny fluid leak.
You just need the Transmission to be the BOP (Buick, Olds, Pontiac) bellhousing pattern. Chevy used a different pattern than the other divisions, and a Chevy transmission will not work without an adaptor plate. Any BOP turbo 350 or 400 will bolt up, although the turbo 400 will have issues fitting next to the catalitic convertor, and will require the transmission cross member to be moved back a bit. The turbo 350 is your best bet, readily available, and durable. If you want to go high tech the 4 speed overdrive turbo 200-r4 from a later model gm car will also bolt up with some work, it however will need serious internal upgrades to withstand the torque output of a 400 or 455 Pontiac V8.
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Depends on the setup, how high boost you run single or twin turbo, what kind of turbo it just depends on how you want it but you could get up to 1800 hp if set to the max but that takes ALOT OF MONEY!! You would need new axles new driveshaft built transmission gauges internals of the motor. Your looking at least 10-13k
The two basic categories of transmission are:High voltage transmission andLow voltage transmission.
check the hoses going from turbo control valve to turbo(one or more of the hoses are cracked....good luck
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Yes.... It will either say 2.4 Turbo or 2.4 High Output Turbo. How do I know?... I own 2 2005 GT Turbo cruisers... both have the HO logos on the rear passenger side. I've seen the other ones on the non h/o...... Howard Yes.... It will either say 2.4 Turbo or 2.4 High Output Turbo. How do I know?... I own 2 2005 GT Turbo cruisers... both have the HO logos on the rear passenger side. I've seen the other ones on the non h/o...... Howard
Pushing to much boost maybe?
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THP - Turbo High Pressure