Will a early 80's 305 block bolt to a early 80's 400 turbo and if so what torque converter will you need And what fly wheel will I need?
Yes, the Turbo 400 will bolt up to the 305. Use the original Turbo 400 torque converter and flex plate unless the 305 flex plate has dual bolt pattern to except the 400 converter.
yes a 350 turbo converter will fit a 400 turbo and vice versa
What will be the best torque converter to use on a 350 turbo hydromatic and being put on a 454 big block?
Every reputable converter manufacturer will provide that information free of charge. I would not use a TH350 behind that big block. TH400 is a must.
No it will not. Because it is a lock-up converter and the 350 turbo is not set up for a lock-up converter.
not necessarily. depends on what it was made to do.
with torque converter and no transfer case (2wd) about 125 lbs.
10 1/2 to 11 quarts
How many quarts of automatic transmission fluid does a turbo 400 hold with an empty torque converter?
Aprox 12-13 qts.
What is the proper torque on the bolts that bolt the flywheel to torque converter on Chevy 350 turbo transmission?
If the bolts are 3/8-16, the torque would be 50 ft/lbs. If 7/16, 65 ft/lbs.
How much transmission fluid goes into the torque converter after replacing transmission in a 1999 buick century?
what transmission is in it?? turbo 350??? My 82 firebird has roughly the same size torque converter and should hold around 4 liters. make sure you flip the torque converter on its side after you put some in so it drains into the sides of the converter, put another liter in and do the same. if you have any other questions email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
How many quarts does it take to fill a turbo 350 transmission and torque converter in a 1964 el camino?
Between 12 and 13 qts.
No overdrive but the non turbo 4cyl had a lock out torque converter that usually kicks in at about 46-48 mph. Gave an extra 2+mpg. Not available on turbo cars.
What is the factory transmission converter stall speeds on a small block Chevy or a big block Chevy when mated to a turbo 400?
usually around 1200-1300 rpm
remove the transmission and torque converter. Remove the bolts from the pump (front of transmission case) and remove the pump.
that all depends on what engine you have and the cam in your engine and your rearend gear and what you want to do with the car, once you figure that out you will have a better idea what stahl converter you need, other than that I would just put the stock converter in it.
Why is there a metal ring on the out side of the torque converter shaft on a Chevy turbo 350 transmission?
If you are talking about the splined ring around the input shaft, it's for the torque converter stator. The stator is like a second set of fan blades inside the converter that redirect fluid to the blades that turn the input shaft. It greatly increases the efficiency of the torque converter, which is actually a fluid coupling. In order to do it's job, the stator must be held stationary, that's what the splined ring is… Read More
You installed a new torque converter in a turbo 350 trans you did not put any oil in it will it fill itself by running and filling the transmission?
It might but keep a close eye on it.
I have an 81 with a 350 and I'm pretty sure from empty it takes 10 and 1/2 quarts.
The torque converter has leaked down. There should be a small plug that can be removed and you can fill it. First let the transmission run a little bit to fill the converter, then check the level and fill as necessary (the pump is filling the converter). Or you can pull the tranny back and fill the converter that way.
head torque is 55lbs for turbo
A torque converter itself VERY rarely leaks. It's possible, but HIGHLY unlikely. If you have fluid leaking there, it is most likely the front transmission seal. The casing of the converter itself is basically two halves welded together, if the converter itself is leaking, there is most likely some pretty significant damage, so the leak would be the least of your worries. You can always check by disconnecting the battery and wiping the converter clean… Read More
Non-Turbo: 120 HP / 130 lbft torque Turbo: 145 HP / 190 lbft torque
124 ftlb's at 2400rpm, 83bhp at 4450rpm with 0.8Bar boost from standard turbo. Just to clarify, these are the figures for the ISUZU block with "Turbo" in red on the top of the engine.
Will a turbo 350 fit up to a 350 ci engine and flex plate that had a turbo 400 hydromatic without changing the flex plate or torque converter?
yes, they both use the same input. HOWEVER, the transmissions are different in length and your rear-crossmember won't line up if swapping them
If it came from the factory with a converter then it needs a converter.
There is a plastic plug that you can remove from the top of the bell housing/gearbox, if its turbo its under the top mount intercooler. You will have to turn the main pully to rotate the torpue converter, there are 4 bolts you'll have to undo. The bolts are hard to remove,you have to crack them cause they are lock-tighted in there.
Only one type of automatic transmission was used on the Fiero, the Turbo-Hydramatic-125C. The TH-125c is a 3 speed automatic. The C signifies that it has a torque converter clutch. In theory from a stop to cruising speed there should be a 1-2 shift a 2-3 shift. If you sense the transmission is hunting between 2 gears it is likely that the torque converter clutch is locking then releasing.
oil squirters are installed on a turbo block that shoots oil onto the piston skirts so that detonation does not occur with the high temps in the cylinder.
no...they are different...it wont fit the block of a non turbo 4d56 engine...
200hp at 3200rpm 440ftpounds of torque at 1700rpm
The power rating for the 7.3L Powerstroke Turbo Diesel V8 engine is 295 horsepower and 550 pound feet of torque.
The H-type TransAxle from a 89-92 Probe GT, or Mazda MX6 GT. Stronger versions of the Probes GL and LX trim models to cope with the extra torque produced by the F2T Turbo Engine.
Is the converter the same in a 350 turbo as a v6 transmission converter.the shaft doesn't seem to go all the way on the turbo 350.do i need a different converter?
The convertor from one 350 turbo will fit on another 350 turbo, if that's what you're asking. And you'll usually have to wiggle it around a bit to get the tangs to line up.
main bearing bolt torque settings
185 Horsepower and 365 LBS of Torque
Torque for which bolts?? need more information.
just throw in a turbo charger
Yes a turbo block and the na block are the same except for a small oil thing. Everything else is the exact same, just different internals
175 without converter
Nissan figaro cylinder head torque setting
of course, a turbo improves the horsepower and torque, it doesn't change gear ratios or anything like that.
the hp for a stock 4g63 non turbo is 160 and tq is 140
The TOTAL capacity of a Turbo 350 is around 9.3 quarts, this is including the converter.
Depends on which 1.6 Diesel you're talking about, the TD (Turbo) or NA (naturally aspirated/non-turbo)? The 1.6 TD has 68 HP and 98 ft lbs torque The 1.6 NA has 52 HP and 71 ft lbs torque
Yes, it will bolt up. As long as you have a metric 200 or a turbo 350 your cross member should also be ok. The only issue you may have is that a 700r4 has a lock up torque converter. If your current ECM supports that you are fine. If not you either need to buy a non lock up converter for it or use an aftermarket kit for the lock up feature.
The '08 to '10 6.4L Powerstroke Turbo Diesel V8s had 350 horsepower and 650 pound foot of torque. The all-new 2011 Ford built Powerstroke diesel has 390 horsepower and 735 pound foot of torque. This is a 6.7L single turbo engine.
The block heater is on the passenger side below the turbo
2002 opel corsa 1.7 turbo diesel cylinderhead torque settings
what are the torque for camshaft and cylinder head bolts please
550lb of tourqe