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Free Shipping to all who live in the lower 48 states, or a comparable discount to anyone who lives elsewhere on all TREMEC PerfectFit Kits through November 30th.


Our new Collector's edition mug made by Deneen Pottery in Kiwi Green with White/Blue glaze features the TREMEC Magnum 6-Speed with a Silver Sport Transmission modified, offset shifter. It has the phrase, "Hit the Highway with SST!" on the top and the year, 2018, on the bottom. Deneen Pottery hand throws each mug and they are exceptional. They'll look great at the next Cars and Coffee event you attend. Deneen Pottery is a family owned business in Saint Paul, MN. Learn more about them and watch them make their cups  here.
Charger 6-Speed. No, Seriously. A Manual Charger RT!

We didn't have a stock manual transmission to go by on our latest conversion. Dodge NEVER made a manual version of the Charger LX platform. Seriously. NEVER! So, we had to come up with a kit that looked stock. The console, it had to stay! The automatic was a floor mounted shifter, so we brought our shifter position out the same location and made it look the way we're sure Chrysler would've done it. We didn't have any stock pedals to go with, so we came up with a solution we think looks great in the car. The electronics, they didn't know what was going on! We fixed the computer. And now, we've developed a kit and instructions so it can be replicated again and again. If you have an LX Platform Charger, give us a call. This kit is coming soon and we're going to go ahead and make a waiting list of people who want to know more. Email Misty to get on the list!
We're in SEMA through the 3rd!
First off, if you haven't stopped by the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) booth to see the Graveyard Carz Superbird equipped with a SST TREMEC Magnum 6-Speed PerfectFit Kit or the Sherwin Williams booth to see the Bair Customs "Ragingbird" with a SST TREMEC Magnum 6-Speed Perfect Fit kit, what are you waiting for?! They look fantastic! Go see them!

Jack Silver and Jeff Kauffman also think they're quite fine looking and would love to shake your hand as well. They'll be roaming the floor, so call them to meet up! Call 865-801-4454 if you're interested in doing business with Silver Sport Transmissions.   
TECH CORNER - What's a Truly Complete Kit?
When you're converting a car's drivetrain, there are so many parts to remember and to make matter's worse, most companies offer "complete kits" but they're a little liberal with their definition of complete. They may lack a driveshaft, crossmember, sheetmetal, pedals, etc. Our kits are complete. If you're inquiring for an application we don't offer a complete kit for, we're upfront and honest with which parts we have and which you'll have to source or fabricate yourself.

If you're comparing kits, here are a few things to look for:

1. An itemized quote in writing - The only way to know if your kit's complete is to see what's included in the kit. If you don't understand what a line item is, call and ask the person who provided you the quote.
2. Missing Parts - Call and ask the person who prepared your quote, perhaps they just didn't realize you needed the part or maybe they don't offer it, which could mean you'll run into issues during installation or extra expense and time spent to source your own.
3. Included parts you don't need - Perhaps one company also quoted a flywheel and clutch and a few other parts you already have. Call the company and let them know you already have the parts and ask to take them off the quote. That will allow you to better compare the quote's bottom line with the other quotes you have.
4. Quality - Check out images online and search for reviews. Chances are you're not the first person to do the conversion and there'll be lots of reviews of the quality of the products as well as the customer service after the sale. Also, if you need further reassurance, most companies can supply you with a referral from someone who purchased the same kit.
5. Clear and complete instructions - A company should be willing to supply you with instructions for your kit so you can see what you're getting into before you buy. It'll also help your mechanic if he's quoting labor. Plus, nothing's worse than cutting too much tunnel out because you didn't have a cutting template or pulling out the entire kit because you forgot to dial in your bell housing.
6. Tech Support - Even the best instructions and best products sometimes require a little extra guidance; there are just too many variables. So, you'll want to make sure the company has a tech department with knowledgable associates who can guide you through installation or trouble shooting - even a decade or more after the purchase! You'll find lots of reviews of tech support online too.

Of course, we think you'll find the most complete kits, best quality and stellar customer service from Silver Sport Transmissions. In fact, we have a whole series on YouTube about the craftsmanship and research that goes into our kits. Check it out!

Customer Testimonials
Tony Parravano's best mod by far!
Hi Richard just wanted to thank you for all the technical help in the installation of the Tremec 5 speed and hydraulic clutch. It is by far the best mod I have done to that car. It is so nice to run at high speeds and not have that SBC screaming. Many thanks. 
Jon Stratton's 1968 Camaro TREMEC TKO Build
We love to see build photos! Jon did a great job on his Camaro and with a TKO 500, he's going to have loads of fun driving it too!
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