Re: [DML] Transmission Governor - Tampa Bay Area FL
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Re: [DML] Transmission Governor - Tampa Bay Area FL

Hi Demetri:

I have designed and sell a "plug and play" AT controller which is much
easier to replace than the stock governor. It is all done from within the
engine compartment, so you *do not* have to get under the car to the
transmission to remove the stock controller assembly. No core is required to
return either. It takes about an hour to do the job. One person can do it
but I would recommend two. (and I am available to assist on the phone along
the way if need be)

I have sold quite a few of them over the past two years, and every customer
that I know of has been very happy with the results. I am reluctant to list
current users of my governor in this public forum, but if any of you would
like to add your experiences with it here, please do!

You may contact me privately for more info, or just ask here on the DML

Jeff Angwin
VIN 3034

On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 11:19 AM, Demetrios <theislandersband@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> I am in need of assistance changing an AT Governor from someone who has
> done this before. I am located in Clearwater and have considered DMC FL but
> I'm not comfortable with the 3hr drive with a faulty gov. Please let me know
> if you can assist. Of course I will provide compensation for your efforts.
> Please email me @ theislandersband@xxxxxxxxx Thanks! Demetri

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