It's possible, but it wouldn't hold up very long. a 400 is a high torque but low horsepower motor and most tranny's wont take high torgue levels
A 400 is a high horse and torque motor, I have one in my 250. Yes its possibel, anything is possible if you have the time and money.Truthfully the fuel economy should improve if you use the overdrive. I know my uncle had a truck that was set up for overdrive and he put a 4 speed tranny in and the fue economyl was horrible. Either way let me know how it turns out, i was thinkin wether or not to put a 5 speed in mine.
you answered it yourself, a 4 speed with overdrive
one of three. c6 3speed auto. aod 4speed with overdrive. or a 5 speed manual
The TCM needs "quicklearned" to reset its adaptive shift memory. A scan tool is required.
It would be the 700R4
700r4 if it is a 4speed auto Thanks 1202208751
If 4speed transmission it consumes around 9 to 11km/L But if you're using 5speed transmission it consumes around 12 to 15km/
if you can find a bell housing that will bolt up to the engine you will be in business.
Yes the MCI MC5 has Air assist clutch its at the drivers side on the transmission which is a 4speed .
There's no such vehicle. The first Dyna model was introduced in 1991. However, all 1985 Harley Big Twins require 24 ounces of transmission oil.
In 1994-1996 B-Bodies (Impala SS,Caprice,Road Master,Fleetwood, & Oldsmobile Cruisers) came with the 4L60E 4speed Automatic.
no ,you have most probably a 4speed automatic,right. no ,you have most probably a 4speed automatic,right.
no,it doesn't 4speed