If your automatic transmission has seen better days, but you can’t really swing for a full-on upgrade, McLeod Racing and Raybestos may offer an excellent solution! Now offering an affordable way to rebuild your automatic gearbox to withstand more power, torque and general racing abuse, this could be just what the doctor ordered!
McLeod by Raybestos Introduces Performance Automatic Transmission Rebuild kits for 500 HP
October 30, 2017 (ANAHEIM, CA) McLeod by Raybestos introduces a new line of Performance Automatic Transmission rebuild kits for 500 HP. These kits include a Tan Raybestos Friction Plate that accommodates 500 HP. These are complete overhaul kits which make for a simple one-stop shop rebuild.
The kits include world famous Raybestos Tan friction plates, which increase the holding capacity. Also provided are National Oil seals and gaskets for superior sealing capabilities, Teflon coated rings for tighter seals, heat treated plate which is stronger steel than stock to prevent warping, brass filter material for better flow and filtration. This kit comes with 100% new bands.
“These 500 HP kits provide lower cost, but with the same great quality as the 1,000 HP kits,” says Bob Scheid, Director of Business Development for McLeod Racing. “If the customer wants a financially appealing kit, but does not make that much power, this is the solution for them. And any kit with Raybestos steels and frictions, the customers know they are receiving a quality product.”
These kits along with the rest of the performance automatic transmission rebuild kits are sold exclusively through McLeod Racing and their distributors.
- Accommodates up to 500hp
- Teflon coated rings for tighter seals
- Provides plenty of function for great price
- Include world famous Raybestos Tan friction plates
- National Oil seals and gaskets for superior sealing capabilities
- Heat treated plate which is stronger steel than stock to prevent warping
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of GMEFI Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.