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WHEN YOU BUY 1 Protect68 Pressure Control Kit Dodge 6.7L Cummins 68RFE 2007.5-2018 - 1030362 YOU QUALIFY FOR THESE SAVINGS!
ProTect68 Trans Pressure Control kit delivers 150% of the torque holding force to stock transmissions like no others can. Industry leading custom bonded gasket valve body separator plate and gaskets substantially reduces cross leaks compared to stock and other aftermarket kits, even with much higher line pressures. Heavy duty accumulator plate to prevent accumulator blow-out. Electronic Pressure Control module that delivers up to 250 PSI clutch apply pressure providing 150% of the holding force prevents clutch slippage. All of this without modifying the transmission pump or removing the transmission. Controller dynamically adjusts the hydraulic apply pressures based on turbo boost/engine load. No tuning required. Installation takes 2-to-3 hours to complete without having to do a full transmission relearn since no internal tolerances have changed. A "fresh" stock transmission will have the ability to handle up to 450hp. For higher power or demands, a complete BD 68RFE transmission with additional clutches and new designed components is recommended.
Good easy installation with really good instructions I also bought the deep sump pan which is well built hoping to get diff covers in the future
The unit is working well with firm positive *****. RaceMe Ultra monitor shows increased line pressure, ( slightly higher than the 225 psi line presure as advertised). I have a tranny tune to take advantage of the higher line pressure. What I have noticed is that the tranny does not clunk like it use to, for example, giving some gas approaching a hill and then taking my foot off the gas when I no longer need any more speed, I no longer have a hard down shift clunk, another example is accelerating on the free way, i accelerate to pass, take my foot off the throttle and no longer get a clunk from a downshift, clearly the stock trans was down shifting too much, as my speed did not require a downshift from 6 gear at the speed I was going. Given the amount of unnecessary down shifting, this should save wear and tear on my tranny.