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Old 04-09-2012, 04:55 PM
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Default Technology Explained Video: Valve Bodies & How TCIŽ Builds Them Better
Ashland, MS – The latest Technology Explained video from TCIŽ takes viewers to the company’s Mississippi headquarters to explain how an automatic transmission valve body works and demonstrate the building process.

TCIŽ Technology Explained videos are designed to give racers, engine builders and enthusiasts a better understanding as to how some of the most popular TCIŽ products perform. The newest video features an in-depth look at valve bodies. Known as the central valve or brain of the transmission, the valve body is made up of channels and passages that direct hydraulic fluid to numerous valves. Allowing for consistent, hands-free shifting action, TCIŽ valve bodies control gear selection, shift firmness and shift timing. The video allows viewers to see these valve bodies as they are being built, as well as the rigorous testing and simulation process that each one goes through to ensure one hundred percent proper function. Visit CPGNationTV.com to learn more about these critical transmission components.



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