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Old 09-21-2007, 04:46 PM
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carburater and 700r4 how to make work together?

i was wondering i converted my 1988 camaro to a carburetor and i still have the 700r4 trans in it, what do i have to do to for all the wiring on the trans to match the throttle of the carb. is there a delete kit for the lock up? or anything to make it shift right? if anyone nos i would appreciate the help. thanks kyle.

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88 i saw a tread on this very subject some place in hotrodders, you might try surfing for the tread good luck
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i was wondering i converted my 1988 camaro to a carburetor and i still have the 700r4 trans in it, what do i have to do to for all the wiring on the trans to match the throttle of the carb. is there a delete kit for the lock up? or anything to make it shift right? if anyone nos i would appreciate the help. thanks kyle.

Did you hook up the TV cable to the carb? The cable MUST be hooked up and operate correctly for correct shifting.

There are kits for lock up converter control, they lock up the converter in Over Drive , some have a remote switch to control it oo.

The converter can be built with NO lock up clutch inside if you want. A kit from Trans GO converts the pump to non lock up for use with a non lock up converter.
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I've always used my tranmission shop to take care of this. They always have the parts ad the knowledge to set me straight. They won't charge you too much to finish it for you, specially compared to replacing a burnt up trans.
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There are companies who sell a kit to make carburetors work with a 700R4 ... Edelbrocks or Holleys ...
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