|03-26-2013 06:13 PM|
|drummerjoe56||Thanks for all the input everybody, I got a 400 turbo in the back of the shop that I might put behind it, but Id still kinda like a gear grabbin 4 speed lol|
|03-25-2013 07:59 AM|
Also; the factory shifter on a New Process 833OD was made by Hurst. If you can make it fit in your car, its a great shifter.
|03-23-2013 04:06 PM|
|03-23-2013 01:10 PM|
|junior stocker||Technically, it's a 319 trans with the OD unit attached. And they are weak as already noted. Hurst USED TO make a shifter for them, no more, and finding a used one is difficult; everyone is looking for them. You could probably adapt a shifter if you have any fab skills; it's the position of the solenoid that complicates everything. You might want to think about using the retooled MOPAR 833-A 4-speed used in some Chev/GMC trucks; that trans was redone to make 4rth gear overdrive, and Hurst does make a shifter for them. Butch/junior stocker.|
|03-20-2013 10:29 PM|
|drummerjoe56||ok awesome, i kinda figured that was the case after some of what i read, n thanks man, feels good to be back in the hod rod world lol|
|03-20-2013 10:12 PM|
Tough and muncie 318 don't belong in the same sentence. Back in the day (mid sixties) anyone with one of them carried a spare tranny in the trunk. Thankfully only a 45 minute swap in a parking lot somewhere.
Hurst makes a 3 speed Mystery shifter for them. Or there are some gm shifters also available. Search for 3 speed shifter on ebay.
And Welcome to the forum!!
|03-20-2013 09:55 PM|
muncie 318 3 speed w/o overdrive questions
I have what is to the best of my knowledge a muncie 318 3 speed w/o overdrive in my 56 chevy 210. I was wondering how tough these little guys are and if theres a way to mount a floor shifter on it, any help is greatly appreciated and needed