Bought a used stock case Neal glide with a pro brake a few years back. Went to freshen it up before I put it in the car, and the whole thing was burnt down. Band and high clutches. Pump body was worn pretty bad around the gears so I put another pump half in it as well. Well, I made one burn out and it quit pulling. Tore it down and seen that the lining came off of the band. Burnt the high gear clutches as well from limping the car back to the trailer, so I thought. Put it back in the car, made about 15 dyno pulls, and 6 track passes with no issues. Went to the track again, did a burnout and bumped it into high gear and the tires quit spinning. I didn't know it at the time, and proceeded to make a pass. Didn't notice anything abnormal with the trans during the pass. Get back to the trailer and I was informed of what happened. Then I applied the t-brake at the trailer and the car creeped backward a few inches before it held. Never done that before. Put a pressure gauge on the servo cover today and it has about 175 idling in low and spikes 200 with the throttle. Put it in high gear, and has identical pressure. Apply the t-brake and it drops to 50 but recovers within a split second back to 175. Now this is cold psi, so I would imagine that it would decrease a bit when hot. It has a kevlar lined band, and alto clutches, or had I should say. Now I didn't think at the time it would be enough to cause a failure, but the pump stator does have some slight scoring where the pump gears ride. I didn't replace it because it is machined for a bearing, and didn't have any way to machine another stator body. I'm beginning to wonder if that could be the problem, or maybe even a cracked case? The trans always air checked good. I'm lost at this point, and not really the type of person to give up on something. Any suggestions?