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Old 04-04-2002, 11:55 AM
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Post Big difference between M-20, and M-21 Muncie?

Am looking to get a new transmission for my 73 Nova, and the motor I am building should have around 430hp/400tq output. I am wondering if there is any big difference in the transmissions, or if one will suit my needs better?

I am building a street rod with a little strip usage.

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if any was posible go with a m-22.it will handle alot more hp an torque
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jaw2 is correct, but they are kinda hard to find because they where only used in the elite performance cars, Big Block Vettes, LS-1 Chevelle, GTO, it was a option on the Z/28 and SS Camaro as a matter of fact thats all it was, an option. The M-22 has a very distinctive whine because the gears are straight cut, not an annoyance, but kinda cool sounding.
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