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Old 06-18-2002, 01:03 PM
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Does anyone know if a turbo 350 and a 2004r are anywhere near the same dementions . What are the differences size wise.

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Gerry,

Check out the following:

http://www.hotrodssuperstore.com/trandim.html

Has dimensions on a bunch of Ford, Chevy, & Chrysler trannys

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Hi I yanked the 200r4 from my old 85 monte and replaced it w/ a th350.All I had to do was move the crossmember forward cause the mount is inj a differant place.Also had to run a vacuum line for the modulator.
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Hehe,

I just yanked a TH350 from my '67 Camaro in favor of a built 2004R with a 2200 stall lock-up converter. I had to change the crossmember and the cooling lines. But that was it. Awesome.

I love the overdrive. And the lower first gear is cool... Did I say I love the O/D? My engine's turning like 1200 rpm at 50 mph, which is a typical cruising speed where I live. Also, the gas mileage is noticeably better.

It bolted right in. Speedo cable went right on. My B&M megashifter mated seamlessly. No prob with the driveshaft either.

I did have to buy a TV cable bracket setup <a href="http://www.tvmadeez.com/" target="_blank">http://www.tvmadeez.com/</a> for about $90. And it took a little work to get the trans to behave the way I like.

The tranny I bought is built to hold up to 600 hp and shifts firmly, a stage 3 from <a href="http://www.bowtieoverdrives.com" target="_blank">www.bowtieoverdrives.com</a> . Unless you're going pure drag race, I believe the OD tranny is better than the TH350.

My 2

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