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Old 11-10-2007, 12:34 PM
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Big block c6 on a small block possible?

Well heres the thing i just picked up a c6 tranny thinking it was a small block tranny turns out it isn't... Is there a conversion bracket to fit it to a Ford 302? Or would i be better off getting another tranny? if so Anyone what a big block c6?

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if they do make one the kit would probably be more than just getting a small block c-6 you could have a JW bell put on it lol for a small block
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I doubt there is a "bracket" to bolt the big block bell to a small block. I've never seen or heard of one.

It would not make money sense to build an adapter for an application where there is a bell housing pattern already built
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Stupid question i guess..... i'll scrap it and get the right one..
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I'd hang on to the C6 ... internal parts are swappable to most C6 small or big block case or a round bell too.
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before yo junk it you may want to look at the servo code I think the P code is the good servo dont let that go
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