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Old 01-04-2002, 06:27 AM
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Hey,

I put a turbo 350 in my car with a 327 engine. My question is, what all needs to be hooked up to the transmission. I feel like i am gonna forget something. Things like trans cooler lines and all tht kinda crap. And what is necessary just to start the engine. Like, is there anything i could jsut not hook up so i can start the engine and hear it?

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Jordan

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Old 01-04-2002, 09:30 AM
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Well just to start the motor you are going to definately need the trans cooler lines. There is a vacuum modulator on the trans that will also need to be conected or at least closed off at the intake manifold. If the motor came from a car with power brakes it will also have a place to connect vacuum for the power brakes on the mannifold and will either need to be conected to the brake booster or closed off. This should be enough to get the motor started.

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Don't make the mistake and start it with no fluid. It makes no differance weather you are going to drive it or not you need fluid. So the main things are drive shaft and cooler lines. Don't be in to big of a hurry it could cost you time and money. ROY
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don't forget the belhousing bolts and the converter bolts
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