- Remove the transmission pan and drain the fluid.
- Disconnect the battery ground cable.
- Remove the torque converter.
- Remove the valve body.
- Install the transbrake valve body.
- Install the torque converter.
- Reconnect the battery ground cable.
- Fill the transmission with fluid and install the transmission pan.
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How does a transbrake work on a Powerglide?
When you shift gears in a Powerglide transmission, the transbrake engages the brakes in the transmission. This keeps the transmission from “freewheeling” when you let off the gas. The transbrake also keeps the transmission from shifting into the next gear until you’re ready to go.
Is a Powerglide transmission good for racing?
A Powerglide transmission is good for racing because it is durable and can handle a lot of power. The downside to using a Powerglide transmission in racing is that it is not as efficient as some other transmissions, so you may lose some power.
How does a direct drive Powerglide work?
The direct drive powerglide is a modified version of the standard powerglide transmission. It uses a different input shaft and gear set up that allows the transmission to be driven directly by the engine, instead of using a belt or chain. This makes the transmission much more efficient and eliminates potential slippage.
How does a transbrake work with reverse?
A transbrake is a type of brake used in drag racing that applies both brakes at the same time, locking the transmission input shaft so the car cannot move forward or backward. This is done so the car can build up engine RPMs without moving, allowing for a quicker start when the transbrake is released. Reverse works similarly to forward except the gears are reversed, so the car will move backwards when the transbrake is released.