Jasper Engines and Transmissions is proud to announce their expanded availability of the remanufactured Ford 6R140 RWD and 4WD transmissions. These 6-speed transmissions are electronically-controlled and are available for a variety of vehicles. This expanded transmission line is available for the 2015-2019 6R140 F250, F350 6.2L, and F350 6.7L (RWD & 4WD).
Jasper Engines and Transmissions is proud to announce their expanded availability of the remanufactures GM 6T70/6T75 FWD and AWD transmissions. These 6-speed transmissions are electronically controlled and are available for a variety of late-model GM vehicles. This expanded transmission line is now available for the 2013-2017 Enclave, Acadia, Traverse (3.6L FWD & AWD), Terrain, and Equinox (3.6L FWD); 2013 Equinox (3.6L AWD); 2013-2014 Terrain (3.6L AWD); 2013-2015 SRX (3.6L AWD), 2013-2016 XTS (3.6L FWD) and the 2014-2016 Impalas and Lacrosse (3.6L FWD).
Jasper Engines and Transmissions is proudly announcing their newly expanded availability of remanufactured GM 6T40/45/50 FWD and AWD transmissions. These 6-speed transmissions are electronically controlled and available for a variety of GM vehicles.
Jasper Engines & Transmissions is proud to announce that they are now offering gas and diesel turbochargers for a variety of vehicles. JASPER is always striving to provide its customers with new innovative products. These turbochargers are now easily accessible as they can be purchased over the counter.
Do you own a Buick LaCrosse or Enclave? What about a Chevrolet Traverse or Camaro? Owners of these vehicles as well as Cadillac CTS and GMC Acadia are in for a treat! Jasper has announced that they have expanded the availability of its remanufactured GM 3.6L Product Line. The release of the GM 3.6L DOHC engine is the first for Jasper to be offering a GDI unit with injectors inside. No longer will you have risk damaging seals when installing injectors, ensuring that you will save money in the long run.
Head down to the team at Tom Quirk Automotive in Albuquerque, NM to see if this engine is right for you and your vehicle.
Here at Tom Quirk Automotive in Albuquerque, NM We only carry top brands and provide high-quality repairs. One of the brands we highly recommend is Jasper Engines & Transmission. Working with Jasper means we are now able to expand our ability to provide our customers with enhanced quality products like the Chrysler 68RFE transmission which they have expanded and also upgraded. This rear-wheel-drive transmission is now available for 2009 through 2017 Dodge / RAM Diesel engine applications.
We are proud to announce there are more options on the popular GM 6L80 transmission option that we offer here at Tom Quirk Automotive in Albuquerque through our partner JASPER Engines & Transmissions. Since its release in 2011, the JASPER re-manufactured GM 6L80 has been a popular transmission for replacement and performance enhancement purposes. Now, the lineup of compatible engine replacement vehicles has been greatly expanded, to include a much larger list of applications. The GM 6L80 is currently available for these additional vehicles:
Did you know that Remanufacturing is Recycling? Have you considered how your decision to make a major repair to your vehicle affects our environment? We have researched how much energy JASPER utilizes in the remanufacturing process and compared it with information from the Argonne National Lab, a research center for the U.S. Department of Energy.
By averaging the curb weight of three vehicles: a Mercedes-Benz W126, a Hummer H2, and a Toyota Prius, a determination was made on the average amount of energy required in manufacturing vehicles. Energy usage at JASPER, per drivetrain component, was figured and, on average, only 1% of the energy is consumed in remanufacturing a drivetrain component in comparison to manufacturing the entire vehicle. That is an energy savings of nearly six tons of coal or 1008 gallons of crude oil. Rather than replacing their vehicles, our customers, by purchasing JASPER remanufactured engines, transmissions, and differentials saved enough energy in 2007 to power an estimated 598,000 households, or every residence in a city the size of Washington, D.C., for an entire year!