that link doesnt work but anyway with how bad the tranny on auto gts is i think if these make a good difference then its very much worth it, i think my auto cavalier tranny was actually better, that sux
here is the guy's review:
"Just got my car back today!!!
The JMO T.C. service wil set you back $800 -- JMO raises the stall speed 600 RPM above stock and machines the internals to improve efficiency of operation -- similar to lightening the flywheel on a m/t car. A high performance tranny cooler is also included with the service (don't think that's included with Level 10 ...). It breaks down to around $500 for the T.C. and $300 for the cooler.
For more details (these links were posted earlier in this thread ... but here they are again)http://www.jmousa.com/us/flash/frame/index.htmlhttp://www.hondatuningmagazine.com/...11ht_converter/
Unfortunately, I don't have before and after dynos or timeslips -- so let me qualify my review by noting that all performance gains are being judged based on the good ol' seat-of-the-pants-dyno. I will get some timeslips soon so that one can make a rough comparison of my car to the somewhat lackluster performance noted elsewhere on stock a/t GTS's.
Anyway, having said that, the Celica definitely seems to have much better off the line response, and acceleration! At least based on my first impressions behind the wheel, the JMO T.C. seems to make the most of what little torque the 2zz can put to the wheels in an a/t car! Again, I will try to obtain and post some hard facts for rough comparisons with other a/t GTS's soon!
If you have an a/t GTS, IMHO this performance upgrade is definitely worth doing! Naysayers, scoff if you will, but this is still less expensive than a full tranny swap + new ECU, unless you do all the work yourself and use junkyard parts.
Labor to install the T.C. & cooler kit was around $700 by a local speed shop, XAT Racing http://www.xatracing.com/index.html.
They specialize in Nissans and Toyotas and do excellent work! Great customer service too! While the Celi was over there I also had TRD
struts, springs and swaybars installed (around $400 labor, BTW) -- so I am ready to autox after the springs settle and I can get an alignment! "