Earlier versions of this kit required an aluminum forward piston. It is recommended to follow the specific instructions provided during assembly to avoid a mismatch of parts.
Limitations of the GM 4L60-E, 4L65-E, 4L70-E OE input housing are the root cause of 3-4 burnup in performance applications. The weak OE backing plate flexes during clutch apply, allowing heat to build up unevenly within the clutch pack’s limited space. Stop the flex and you stop 3-4 clutch failure.
Sonnax Smart-Tech input housing kit 77733-06K makes room for a taller clutch pack anchored in place by a stronger backing plate, making it the only way to increase clutch capacity and protect against destructive heat. Numerous other improvements to the housing ensure maximum durability and protection against failure in higher horsepower, higher pressure applications. The housing also is available with a pre-installed, heavy-duty input shaft.
Requires '91-later 3-4 apply ring; Requires '97-later ring gear; Requires '97-later stamped steel forward piston. Cannot be used with aluminum forward piston or Sonnax billet forward piston 77764-01. See instructions for further detail.
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