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Technical Info: 2nd Gen 12 VALVE DRIVETRAIN Technical discussion of second generation (1994 - 1998) 12-valve engine and drivetrain questions, solutions and upgrades.
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Old 03-05-2007
Critter's CJ Critter's CJ is offline
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Default 47RE vs 47RH

OK tranny guru's. Going to be buying/building a trans this summer. Am I better off to get a built RE or eliminate all the electronic crap and go with a RH. After a frustrating month on the wife's Pontiac, I'd say the less wires and stupid sensors, the better. Sorry I had to vent a little. Thanks, Critter
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Old 03-05-2007
Matt Kiekhaefer Matt Kiekhaefer is offline
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Default Re: 47RE vs 47RH

I would go with the RE. I have an RH and if I get on it the engine will rev to the limit......then shift, this hurts the quarter mile time a lot. I think that the RE will realize that you are out of RPM's and shift. The electronics also make for a cleaner, crispier shift. Just my opinion.
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