Who\'s installed a transgo shift kit? Just curious who has used a transgo shift kit and how they liked the instructions, and the kit? Yesterday I installed a stage2 kit in my friends 4l60e in his '98 camaro... I was not too impressed with the instructions that came in the kit... I've installed a couple b&m kits, a tci kit, and now a transgo... I've heard everyone say they hate the B&M instructions and transgo is much better? /forums/images/graemlins/screwy.gif /forums/images/graemlins/dunno.gif I thought that the transgo instructions sucked, there was not very detailed pictures or instructions for a few parts that you really needed it.. For one part you had to remove the actuator and change a spring.. then when it went back together it wasn't clear where the retaining clip goes.. and the video didn't help.. we pretty much guessed if the clip went in the 3rd or 4th slot.. and we went with our gut instinct which looked more accurate. I wish i made a mental note of everything or took a digital picture before we started pulling apart the valve body.. I even popped in the video to watch that step... and of course they didn't even have that step in the instructional video! /forums/images/graemlins/mad.gif A couple of steps seemed out of order. it tells you to reassemble the 4th gear accumulator as shown.. but you can't even reassemble it until everything else is done, its more like the last step. /forums/images/graemlins/doah.gif Maybe its just me, but with the th350 & th400 B&M shift kits and tci valve body's i've installed before, the directions were much more clear and there was nothing that was left to your interpretation or had me guessing like this transgo kit for the 4l60e.. /forums/images/graemlins/dunno.gif Got everything back together and it works good.. but i wasn't too impressed with the instructions in the kit.