nice try bluegt but that web site offers parts for pretty much everything but hyundais.
And mach5 you can forget about that whole "giving" you my turbo thing.
Can somebody please help me. I really need to know if somebody else has this setup on an automatic and if it is holding up. I would still like to upgrade the tranny to so if anybody knows where to get automatic tiburon tranny upgrade parts please let me know. Thanks again.
OK to awnser your question, BlueGT is correct in saying that level10 has parts for Hyundais. They are in the final testing stage for some nice Auto Tranny upgrades for our cars. HP.com will be seeling their parts in our on-line store.
I am also going to have this work done to my car very soon. There will be some comparison test for before and after.
So please keep a look out for these upgrades to come out very soon
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<img src=/images/forums/snitz/thumbup.gif width=25 height=18 border=0>Hey again Chuek! Well if you wanna run a turbo with an automatic a Level 10 kit is a good place to start with, provided it comes with a high level front pump and a better oil cooler and pickup. Level10 should suply the better pump but you might also have to upgrade the valve body(should be included also) and run a multi-stage filter in case things get hairy in there(no pun intended) The oil cooler is for keeping the ATF temps down and so reduces slippage in the drive and driven components, also makes the tranny more reliable...if in doubt you can adapt the oil cooler from the H100 truck and run a positive pressure intake to channel more air through it from your air dam up front!
Also look around for a better spirng for the kickdown servo cuz it's gonna take a lot of abuse with the increased internal pressures running through the oil channels.
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