Turbulator steels

matt69olds

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Are they worth anything on a time slip? Is there anything to be gained by using them? I have some .077 intermediate steels with the turbulator holes, I thought about using them in a 400 build. I have 2 of them, if I decide to use them I need 2 more. Problem is, I have no idea where they came from or where I got them. Opinions?
 

turbobitt

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Are they worth anything on a time slip? Is there anything to be gained by using them? I have some .077 intermediate steels with the turbulator holes, I thought about using them in a 400 build. I have 2 of them, if I decide to use them I need 2 more. Problem is, I have no idea where they came from or where I got them. Opinions?
I can't quantify if they are worth anything but I do use them for the reason to help break the friction and gives the oil a place to go when the clutches are engaged.

I had a source for them from Bulkpart.com but either they are out of business or there website is down. They are Transtar P/N 34124J. I also use them in direct. They are Transtar P/N 34128C.

I would try and get the Raybestos Stage 1 .080 grooved frictions, they seem to work really well.

AG.
 
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