There is nothing like the feel that someone gets in the middle of their chest when an engine rumbles to life. Since the idea of achieving speed came to fruition in the minds of men, it not only has made the world smaller and allows access to more distant places, but it adds a thrill when flying over the open road. Throughout the past decades, each vehicle’s manufacturer would design a powerful engine that could operate at mind-blowing capacities and improved upon them as time progressed. They would then need to find a high-performance transmission that could handle transferring that impressive power to the wheels. Motorheads from Toledo, Ohio, to Indianapolis, Indiana, looking for a transmission for a high-performance Mopar will find everything that will meet their modified street car’s specifications in a custom rebuilt Torqueflite 727 transmission from Gearstar Performance Transmissions. This local transmission company not only excels at this and every Mopar performance transmission, but they also surpass all others at customizing GM and Ford performance transmissions. When someone in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, or Detroit, Michigan, is on the lookout for the last company they will ever need, Gearstar Performance Transmissions is the superior choice for the discriminating driver and enthusiast.
The Torqueflite 727 high-performance automatic transmission was introduced in the early ‘60s and immediately established its imposing status with its strength, efficiency, light weight, and excellent performance against the competition. Remaining on top until the late ‘60s with the introduction of the Ford C6 and GM TH400, it was Detroit’s first automatic with an all-aluminum case and ability to absorb 500 horsepower in stock form. Anyone from Indianapolis to Philadelphia who is looking for a transmission for their high-performance Mopar, will find that the customizations Gearstar Performance Transmissions can perform on the Torqueflite 727 will put the performance of their car above the rest. Their compact dimensions and manageable weight make it extremely popular among drag racers, restorers, and cruisers, with hundreds of thousands still in use worldwide.
The Torqueflite 727 was available as an option or standard, depending on the model and year of the Chrysler — which included Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto, Chrysler, and Imperial. Starting in 1972, it was used by American Motors, Jeep, Maserati, and more and went under the name TorqueCommand. Not only did it start being used in several brands of light and medium-duty trucks and panel vans, but also in Dodge trucks and vans, where it was called LoadFlite. The base design for the original Torqueflite remains mostly unchanged, but can be customized by Gearstar Performance Transmissions to include the addition of a 2-speed output shaft (overdrive unit) with aftermarket valve body kits added to overcome the initial lubrication challenge. Visiting their website will allow anyone to see exactly what modifications are possible when they commission this local transmission company for a custom rebuilt transmission to match the exact specifications of their vehicle. Anyone in and around Toledo will find no one better to fulfill their GM, Ford, or Mopar performance transmission needs than Gearstar Performance Transmissions.
Whether it’s a custom rebuilt GM, Ford, or Mopar high-performance transmission, Gearstar Performance Transmissions maintains consistency and quality by assigning one expert builder to follow that transmission through its entire process, after which it is DYNO tested to ensure its flawless function. This local transmission company is in the market of not rebuilding just any transmission, but they are building horsepower transferring systems. They know that gearheads from Indianapolis, Indiana, to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, searching for a transmission for a high-performance Mopar will be highly satisfied with the modifications they make to the Torqueflite 727 to get it ready to be installed into their custom streetcar. Gearheads from Detroit, Michigan, to Toledo, Ohio, will wonder why it took them so long to find Gearstar Performance Transmissions.