I have heard debates about Brake Torqueing being good and bad. There are many who say it will destroy your torque converter - has this ever happened to anybody and will brake torqueing harm anything on our cars?
At stop lights, I'd brake torque at the line to 3k rpms then letting go of my brake and punching the gas to smoke my tires. I rarely did this, but all this was enough to burn my tranny fluid. I don't know if it caused major damage to my torque converter, but I don't think what I did was good either. This is what caused all my noise problems when ever I started my car in the cold. I had to change the filter and fluid so no more damage could be done. In the next couple of months, I'm going to fully flush my tranny to make sure I get all of the remaining burnt fluid out. So even with my transgo shift kit, it wasn't enough to maintain the abuse that I was causing to my transmission.[/b]
Transgo makes a kit for the AX4N, as well as just about any other app. you can think of.Originally posted by Taurussetypes@Jan 20 2004, 10:34 PM
Who makes shift kits for the AX4N? Any recommendations for a trans cooler? Thanks a mill.