well i see why not... the only thing you got to change is it the clutch since its different teeth... and if you are putting the turbo transmission in the N/A car and its a 2+2 (four seater) leave the drive shaft.. its slightly longer than the turbo drive shaft well that's it.. good luck buddy
Turbo 400 it's a 4 speed will it still work?
I have a 350 turbo in mine Just about any transmission will work! Powerglide, Turbo 350 (lockup or non) or Turbo 400, even 700r4.
NO. If the 93 is a 3/4 ton then it MUST have the 4L80E put in it. If it is a 1/2 ton then it MUST have the 4L60E put in it.
yep, of course
No it will not because the96 Tahoe has a 4L60E electronic transmission in it. The 85 transmission is not a electronic transmission. WILL not WORK.
You would have a clearance issue as stated before. Either way your going to have to do electrical and cutting work. You'll have to make more room whether you turbocharge the motor now or swap the motor with a twin-turbo one. You'll also either buy a reprogrammable ECU for the twin-turbo motor to work with the transmission and harness you have now or a stand-alone fuel management system so you can turbo charge the motor you have now. You'll need to adjust your shift points, air-to-fuel ratio, induction psi, etc. The cost of a motor-swap is about $3000. $1500 for a used twin-turbo motor from Ebay and $1500 for the ECU. The motor comes with: complete engine, turbos, all brackets and sensors, exhaust manifold, ECU, Intake manifold, power steering pump, ac compressor. The cost to turbo the motor you have now is about $4500. $3,000 for the turbonetics turbo kit and $1500 for the fuel-management system. Not to mention if you have to change your intake system, O2 system, fuel rail, exhaust system.
Yes it will fit and it will work
No it will not work.
i have 2001 isuzu npr motor 4he1 i need wow the turbo no work
yes you can... would not recommend doing so... if the motor is stock it may work fine. when you start to add horses you need to move up to a Turbo 400. but to answer your question you can put a 350 tranny on a olds 455
The transmission from a 4g63 will work on a4g63t whether it is standard or automatic however the standard transmission from the non-turbo engine will have a different final gear ratio than the turbo model. The automatic transmission from any model is essentially the same save the AWD model which has a secondary output shaft for the transfer case.
The type of induction an engine uses is not directly relevant to its transmission type. In other words the engine can be naturally aspirated, turbo or supercharged and use an automatic, manual, cvt etc.
Yes but it will need a vacuume source and check the flywheel, I think a 400 is over kill for a 4.3 the 400 is a strong trans and the 4.3 is a weak motor.
the only thing different would the internals of the trans the turbo trans is a heavy duty trans.
Like any other electric motor, and a transmission gives it the reciprocal action.
Any Chevy transmission will bolt to any Chevy motor. At least RWD. 1955 to current. A 454 should really have a 400 transmission but a 350 will work. Depending on what you are putting it in there may be an issue with the driveshaft length and the yoke that goes into the trans.
no Oil galleries do not line up
well you really don't have to swap for the tsi motor. you can get all the turbo parts(turbo, manifold, piping, intercooler, ect.) and they will work with the NA motor but you will need the turbo injectors and fuel pump and some sort of air/fuel management. the APexi AFC is a good one and you can get one off of eBay for around $100.
i have a transmission i took off of a v8 350 motor and i wanna put it in a v6 motor. will it work? both are automatics
Yes it will find one that is a 86 to a 88 or 89 will work for you.
420A non turbo 2.0 or can put tsi motor in it but involves alot of time work and money