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Old 02-19-2012, 07:25 AM   #1
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hi guy. i just whant to know if anyone run this trans because i sold my gf5r to buy a gf 2000.what kind of h.p. you guys run whit this trans because i dont see a lot of guy whit this trans.
does this trans have the same rate of the liberty???
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Old 02-19-2012, 10:18 AM   #2
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you'll get the right info here buddy. If not I'll sell you my liberty. LOL
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Old 02-19-2012, 11:20 AM   #3
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hi guy. i just whant to know if anyone run this trans because i sold my gf5r to buy a gf 2000.what kind of h.p. you guys run whit this trans because i dont see a lot of guy whit this trans.
does this trans have the same rate of the liberty???
thank for response!!!!
There is a member here named Matt Jones. He ran that tranny in FFW Street Bandit. he went 8.51 at 160 with a 454 SBF N/A with that tranny. PM him and see what he thinks about it.
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Old 02-19-2012, 02:38 PM   #4
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There is a member here named Matt Jones. He ran that tranny in FFW Street Bandit. he went 8.51 at 160 with a 454 SBF N/A with that tranny. PM him and see what he thinks about it.

Hey Carl... I think Matt knew how to drive it, but I was the nut behind the setup! LOL....

That was my old car that when I decided to go to running Outlaw 10.5 we sold to Matt. I tuned the car for him and kept it here at my shop. Actually it went 8.50 @ 161 + in Vegas, which was at a LOT more altitude than Orlando... but we honestly never pushed it really hard... as we had the field covered by about 2 tenths...

However that being said, the GF-2000 was actually developed with a little asssitance from Warren Johnson, and he used it in his NHRA Pro Stock car for a while, as did several others. They aren't quite as strong as the Liberty and a few years ago they surpassed what they could handle, but they were on a big tire, with high rpm making about 1400 hp.

Matt's car was a 28x10.5 M/T turning about 8800 rpm with both a 440 and a 454 engine, and the GF2000. We ran a dual disc 8" in it, with Trick Titanium Bell. It weighted about 3300 lbs.

There are several of them out there, but they don't get resold as often as the GF-5R stuff. They are easy to work on, but you really rarely have to even think about it. We honestly never worked on one in two years running his car....

I still sell them to customers and once in a while I do come across used ones, but not as often as the 5R.

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They are in essence very similar to the Liberty... They are a good transmission and offer some good options as well. We deal with Liberty, G-Force, and Lenco...
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in my opinion the liberty is way better. same price but the liberty is lighter, faster and stronger
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I was told the GF5 was more efficient than the Liberty or 2000 due to less rotating mass (2 shafts instead of three). But when I bought mine it was from a PS truck team switching from the GF5 to the 2000 so..??

Anyway G Force says the GF5 is good to 1000 HP. I made 960 on the Dyno and have no problems with mine. Al Miller ran 8.0 @ 2800+ with his GF5 so should have had well over 1000 HP.

That said, looks like your GF 5 is gone, the 2000 is suppose to be much stronger, from what I see on the out side they look similar to Liberty.
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[QUOTE=Ken Schertz;8110694]I was told the GF5 was more efficient than the Liberty or 2000 due to less rotating mass (2 shafts instead of three). QUOTE]
i was told due to the 2 counter shafts the main shaft floats between them causing less friction bc both shaft are pushing it away.
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Old 02-19-2012, 08:44 PM   #8
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the gf 2000 have just 2 shaft on it.same as gf5r.but the have 4 bearing support and i think thats wy is more stong.anyway i drive my gf5r for 6 year,some gear broke a couple of time but in general all be good.

i run a 398p.c.n/a and go 8.60 157mp.h at 2920pound.in pro stock trim.
thanks for response guys
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