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Old 19 Jul 2008, 01:01 am
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Default whats a spoon transmission?

whats the differencehow is it better
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The Spoon transmission assembly is a stock Honda transmission that is disassembled then reassembled to tighter tolerances by a Spoon technician. During reassembly, the technician washes and measures every component, ensuring that the transmission is assembled and torqued exactly to spec. The result is a transmission which shifts smoother and provides superior shifting feel over a standard mass produced unit.































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Old 19 Jul 2008, 01:31 am
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also has lsd and a tighter gearing ratio
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