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Awhile ago in Diesel World?Power someone said they had heard of a company that was ginning up a chip or computer to put an Allison behind a Cummins(24V). Has anyone heard anyrhing? T'would be the best of both worlds.
 

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The Allison really isn't compatible with a Dodge. The Cummins in the dodge gets a different Flywheel Housing that the Allison will not bolt to. You can go back to the standard SAE #2 Flywheel housing on the engine, but you will have to change to a different style starter(which will be alot bigger).

The Allison also costs a ridiculous amount of money to mod and or repair when you break it, You can get a built 47re , or even a 47re with 48re internals for much less. Allisons are great transmissions, don't get me wrong, but the torwue they are built to handle is all they can handle, go over that, and things start getting real expensive.

Stick with a built dodge tranny ;)
 

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