|01-30-2012 09:59 AM|
where are you getting the info that the 3rd gen torque arm and 4th gen arm are the same and the tranny crossmemer mounting spot in the unitbody is the same.. I'd double check this before you twist your car.. 3rd gen is steel the 4th gen is alum..
|01-30-2012 09:14 AM|
Driveshaft could be dented/damaged, also check your mounts. See if you can see any wear marks from the gearbox 'chucking' back and forth..
Incidentally, are you sure your clutch is engaging and releasing properly, and that theres no problems with the fluid being contaminated? This may not explain the 'movement' but it can effect the shift quality.
|01-30-2012 07:54 AM|
|01-29-2012 09:41 PM|
|Gringo||Are you sure your driveshaft isn't too long with no free play?|
|01-29-2012 02:01 PM|
|3rdgenmess||Yea I have the pilot bearing in...If its the bearing id probably be hearing noises from the front more in the area where the engine and transmission join but I only hear noises from the rear end like when I hit the gas in the lower rpms...it sounds like the driveshaft is being lodged into the pumpkin|
|01-29-2012 01:48 PM|
Did you put a pilot bearing in end of crank when you switched it over?
|01-29-2012 01:41 PM|
3rdgenmess: I edited the thread title since you will see better response with proper info on vehicle info and problem.
The search engine also functions better if you dont use ??? !!! HELP !!! or similar stuff in a thread title.
|01-29-2012 12:47 PM|
1990 Camaro, with t56 conversion, Vibration problems
Alright, I have 350 sbc in a 90 camaro, did a t56 from the original 700r....I tightened everything up took it out, shifts fine...only thing is it feels like the transmission is slightly rocking back and forth...it always engages into gear but some times its harder then others. Its always jerking when I'm shifting at cruising speed...I'm very cautious with it cause I don't know what's causing is...I checked the trans mount its fine...I don't know where else to look????