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Old 11-20-2005, 07:48 PM
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bopc 2004r to chevy

Well my th350 is packing it in so i want to go to a 4 speed auto and i want a 200r4, well i was wondering if there are adapters to mate a 2004r from a BOPC to fit a chevy?

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2004R already has a universal pattern.
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BOPC and chevrolet both had there own 2004r's but there were some universal 2004r's like the one on the bottom of this page

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That is the turbo 200. Not an overdrive trans. All the 200R4's are universal.
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well if you close under the image it says its a 2004r
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well if you close under the image it says its a 2004r

Actually it says.....

"The TH200-4R is identified by 10 bolt holes and 2 dowel-pin locator holes on the universal bellhousing. It has a dual bolt pattern for both Chevrolet and BOP (Buick, Olds, Pontiac) applications. The TH200 has only six bolt holes and 2 dowel-pin holes."
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that was a 2004r... just with a snapped input shaft... they bolt right up and the only thing ull have to change is the cable... the th350 uses a detent cable, and the 2004r/700r4 both use a throttle valve cable. make sure u set it right or failure can occour... gl

p.s. u will also have to buy a kit for tcc control, otherwise ull burn up o.d. a toggle will work, but its too easy to forget about it...
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so then are all 2004r's interchangeable to fit a chevy?
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