This transmission includes the bell-housing bolt pattern to fit Small Block Chevy/Big Block Chevy & 4.3L V6 engines (LS Series Engines should use transmissions 555-603020 or 555-603025).
1996-02 Camaro/Firebird must reuse their old 4L60E tail-shaft housing since this transmission does not include the special housing that has the mount for the torque link.
This transmission can also be used in an older vehicle when converting to an electronically controlled overdrive transmission. The conversion to older vehicles will require the use of a transmission controller, special cross-member, driveshaft changes and other modifications (these parts are not included with the transmission).
That this product is not designed as a replacement part for Corvettes.
- Handles Up To 450 HP
- Heavy Duty Sunshell
- Heavy Duty 3-4 Clutch Pack
- New Electronics
- Reman Pump with New Rotor Vane Slide and Stator Support
- Shift Kit
- Corvette Servo
- 0.500 Boost Valve
- Transmission Fluid Capacity: 6 quarts
- Made in the USA
NOTE: If you have any problem installing this transmission, before returning it please call the JEGS technical support line at 1-800-345-4545. Our experts may be able to assist you with the proper installation.
Performance Transmissions that Won't Bust the Budget
JEGS transmissions are re-manufactured from OE specs with a performance shift kit and all new bands, clutch plates, steel plates, seals, gaskets, etc., to consistently reach their rated horsepower capacity with minimal effort. A rebuilt front pump and recalibrated valve body ensure smooth-running transmissions with lasting reliability.
I'm replacing the turbo 400 in my 71 gto. Will this work for me? What do I need in addition? I have the tci trans controller.
I have a 1997 GMC Sierra 1500 single cab with a 4L60E. With this be a direct replacement or will I need other components?
I've got a 1995 Caprice Wagon with an LT1, why wouldn't this be a direct replacement for the 4l60e that came in it originally?
Will this fit my 1996 chevy Silverado c1500 2wd ? If so what torque converter u suggest I use?
I have a 96 lt1 camaro with a mild cam, headers and 100 shot. 3.73 gears and drag radials. What torque converter would you recommend with this trans?
Would this fit on a standard "Vin R" GMC 350 (from a 1996 Silverado) 5.7 V8? Would it directly hook up, no flashing?
Will this fit a 1996 impala ss
If I purchase this transmission for my 1995 Corvette I will also need an SFI approved flexplate. Wish one would I purchase?
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