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Gents, I have a question regarding transmission valve bodies. Years back I purchased an upgraded Factory Tech valve body, installed it, then decided I wanted his 2C version(harder shifts). Fast forward a few years and I decide to buy a whole Punisher transmission. I'd like to sell the 3 valve bodies I have now, but don't know how to tell them apart. I do know which one the 2C is as I smartly marked it, but the other upgraded Factory Tech and OEM valve body I have no idea how to tell them apart. Any ideas?
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Nearly all the orignal markings have been removed from the carb cleaner I used to clean them. I know on the original FTVB it was signed on the left side, however, the 2C was not, it was just marked with "2C".
I wrote on the left two with sharpie. I already know which was the 2C as it was previously marked, it seems the ones on the left have the same spring cap with a nipple, right one (which I thought was the OEM) does not. The right one also looks a lot newer and has a different casting mark that says "03" my year model lightning...

I'm ultimately looking to sell them, but want to identify them first, or find someone that would like to buy them as cores.
 

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I'm ultimately looking to sell them, but want to identify them first, or find someone that would like to buy them as cores.
Please let me know when you identifiy the OEM valve body and are ready to sell it. If you're selling it cheap, I'm interested.
 

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Please let me know when you identifiy the OEM valve body and are ready to sell it. If you're selling it cheap, I'm interested.
I believe I have a stock valve body in a box somewhere with less than 5k miles on it if you are interested. I'll go check and get back to you.
 

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Ok, an update:

I know for sure which is which now.
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I had the 2C already marked otherwise, with my naked eye I can't tell the 2C from the regular FTVB, but it's easy to tell the FTVBs from the OEM. A lot more springs, some washers, and steel parts.
 
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