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Bold Beeper # 32 – Six Appeal


In the third and final piece of Mopar Action’s in-depth series on the installation of a TCI 6X Six-Speed™ Transmission in a ’69 Road Runner, the editorial team takes the Bold Beeper out for a test drive and dials in the computer calculation. Click the link to see the Six Appeal PDF. Read More »

Bold Beeper #31 – Blood, Sweat and Gears


At the end of the first installment of the Mopar Action editorial team’s story on fitting the Bold Beeper with a TCI  6X Six-Speed™ Transmission article, the staff had the tranny bolted and in-place. In the second part of the piece they turn to fabricating a support system for the transmission itself, getting a fluid cooler plumbed in, a propshaft ... Read More »

Bold Beeper #30 – Gear Up!


As part of their Bold Beeper Series, the editorial crew at Mopar Action installed the TCI 6X Six-Speed™ Transmission in a ’69 Road Runner. Check out the first part of the installation here, which also features an SFI-approved TCI Flexplate and a medium stall torque converter. Click the link to see the Gear Up PDF. Read More »

Race Pages – Six Behind Five


Car Craft magazine wakes up the 5.0 Liter Coyote engine in Project 5.0 V2 with a TCI 6x Six-Speed™ Transmission. To read the full article, click on the attachment below or purchase the July 2011 issue of Car Craft. Click on the link to see the Race Pages PDF. Read More »

Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords – Accelerate Your Life


Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords, Michael Galimi and JPC Racing’s Wayne Bryant pick up 0.27 seconds in a 2007 Mustang GT by installing a new driveshaft and TCI torque converter. Click on the attachment to read the full article or purchase the March 2011 issue of Mustangs & Fast Fords. Click the link to see the Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords PDF. Read More »

Installation of TCI 6X Six-Speed transmission in project “MaxStreet” Chevy II


If four forward gears is good, six must be better, right? That is what TCI is thinking, with the release of their 4L80E-based 6X six-speed automatic high performance transmission. For our powerTV Project MaxStreet Nova II, the 6X was right up our alley. We needed a transmission that can handle 850hp+ that will be produced from our Edelbrock/Musi 555 big ... Read More »

OneDirt.com Builds A 355 Vortec Headed Engine For The 2010 Season


If you’ve been following our (Onedirt.com) Madd Maxx Street Stock car’s exploits at Victorville Speedway, you know that we struggled to keep our car together in 2009. Well, that extended to the engine unfortunately. In the final race of 2009 – the infamous Turkey classic – we expired our engine we built last year when we had a spectacular failure. ... Read More »

Project 666: Nasty 427 Build Part 1 – The Short Block


For naturally aspirated power it is hard to beat cubic inches. Sure, you can slap on a blower or turbo and get great boosts in torque and horsepower, however doing it with raw compressed air is much more challenging. The challenge for Project 666 was to build a power plant that could not only make 675 plus horsepower, but also ... Read More »

12 Questions With Jeff Reed Of TCI Automotive

Name: Jeff Reed Job Title: TCI Automotive Race Support/Sales Jeff Reed works directly with racers powered by TCI parts. Relying on years of experience and first-hand knowledge, he works one-on-one with his customers, providing the specialized assistance and support they need to build the most reliable and consistent drivetrain combinations possible. What is your background in the industry? I’ve been ... Read More »

TCI GM 4L60E Bolt-Together Torque Converters


Ashland, MS – New GM 4L60E Bolt-Together Torque Converters from TCI are high-stall, lock-up units featuring a bolt-together billet design, triple-disc lock-up assembly and patent-pending lock-up control technology. Building off the success of their bolt-together torque converters for GM 6L80 transmissions, TCI engineers have now developed a complete line of triple-disc, bolt-together converters for the 4L60E from General Motors. These new ... Read More »