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03-18-2011 12:58 AM
emazingli
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Originally Posted by Screemincheetawheely
Hi, I'm converting my 83 monte from the th350 to a 200r4. I was looking for some input on a good place to buy a rebuilt and upgraded unit from a reputable buillder.
I've looked at tci, bowtie, maddog. Need more to choose from to make up my mind.

Thanks, Mike

I know a shop that selling upgraded unit but you might spend lots of money. If you are willing, PM me. I'll point the shop. keep in touch
03-06-2011 03:04 PM
Ohio-Dan I to, have delt with CK Performance. Nothing but good things to say about them..........Dan
03-06-2011 01:54 PM
bigtank05 you will also have to get a 200 r4 crossmember too. the stock 350 one will not work.
03-04-2011 05:28 PM
SSedan64 Chris @CK can be difficult to get a hold of by Ph. sometimes, busy,busy. He's "Chris718" on TurboBuick.com forum.

Another very good & busy shop is Lonnie @ExtremeAutomatics.com "Quickt" on TB.com http://www.extremeautomatics.com/ not as close to you, Ohio.

Also Dave Husek, ID is same as name on TB.com easiest to get in touch with.
http://www.turbobuickperformance.com/

Great Builder list here>> http://www.turbobuick.com/forums/tra...y-who-who.html
03-04-2011 05:00 PM
artsvettes
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Originally Posted by S10xGN
Mike,

Perhaps the "best of the best" is not all that far from you, CK Performance. Give Chris a call and he'll work with you...

Russ
I agree I have delt with Chris many times for parts
03-04-2011 10:09 AM
Screemincheetawheely Thanks guys, I'll scope them out.
03-04-2011 09:24 AM
S10xGN
Quote:
Originally Posted by Screemincheetawheely
Hi, I'm converting my 83 monte from the th350 to a 200r4. I was looking for some input on a good place to buy a rebuilt and upgraded unit from a reputable buillder.
I've looked at tci, bowtie, maddog. Need more to choose from to make up my mind.

Thanks, Mike
Mike,

Perhaps the "best of the best" is not all that far from you, CK Performance. Give Chris a call and he'll work with you...

Russ
03-04-2011 08:57 AM
AutoGear RPM Performance in Indiana. Hands down a great shop to deal with.

If I was you, Id lurk on the GN forums. It takes a different mindset and materials to build a purpose built 200-4r or 700r4/4L60. A lot of rebuild shops try to use a TH350 approach it seems and there are lots of unsatisfied customers looking for performance OD boxes.
03-04-2011 08:08 AM
Screemincheetawheely
rebuilt 2004r sources

Hi, I'm converting my 83 monte from the th350 to a 200r4. I was looking for some input on a good place to buy a rebuilt and upgraded unit from a reputable buillder.
I've looked at tci, bowtie, maddog. Need more to choose from to make up my mind.

Thanks, Mike

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