I piddled with my trans Sunday night trying to adjust a slip out of it. I put the car in reverse and throttled a little load to it. Snap whirrrr! I guess I know what's wrong with it now. The problem is, it's setting in the back of my truck right now. By the way, Paint STRIPPER and pressure washer does a great job cleaning all the crud build up on a turbo 350. I also took a putty knife, rag of laquer thinner, and a can of 3m undercoat to the trans tunnel while I have access. The rest of the floor, I can enjoy through the summer. At least I know the transmission should be great when it goes back in, I just wasn't planning on it right now. Any suggestions, I'm dropping it off in the morning. I'm just getting the routine rebuild with a little rigging done to get a firmer shift. The shop is recommended, and does carry out for only $250. I'm not ready to pay for a high dollar rebuild yet, I just need the car to function for normal driving for now.