is it a culhane flexplate for sure when i built my 7s i got a flex plate that was supposed to be but wasn't and it was wrong when i put the truck on the ground and drove it the bad flex plate pulled the torque converter out of the front pump so make sure the flexplate is correct.mine is a TCS...
actually that is a common occurrence on 5.4's its prolly just moisture in the plug boot you can just pull the coil pack off the plug and dry it out, unfortunately it probably wont fix itself. check the connection to the coil as well make sure it is dry.
i know i'm a little late here and i can see your in vegas but there is a guy in la habra ,ca and he knows his stuff about corn binders he's helped me out his name is Chris and his company name is rock tech i dont have his # but google it
Welcome to the club, i doubt the kit had anything to do with it! you might just have to much air in the tires? what size tires? try letting some air out. i have 35 x 17 on my '09 w 40 psi it actually rides better than when i had the stock 20's on it
jerry;s trans in norwalk built my c-4 has connection to Culhane and TCS has all best parts pretty bullet proof if maintained, only one failure input shaft i recommend 300M also available from Ryan @ TCS
I disagree I had the same issue with the stock pick-up I used very light flex aluminum tube no issues in 4 years and ditched the foam no contamination problem! I do agree on placement of pick-ups though
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California 200 Fundraiser
On Saturday August 14, 2010 eight people lost their lives and another dozen were injured. This was the result of an accident that occurred during the MDR California 200 off-road race which was held in Lucerne, CA.
Desolate Motorsports feels the grief along with the...