- Overall Length: 27 5/8 in.
- Transmission fluid capacity: 4 quarts
- Designed to work without throttle valve or kickdown cable
- Removal of the kickdown block-off plug voids warranty
- Can be used with adapter 555-60170 to work with Chevy bolt pattern
- Speedometer drive gear and driven gear not included
- Handles Up To 450 HP
- Firm, Crisp Shifts
- Made in the USA
NOTE: If you have any problem installing this transmission, before returning it please call the JEGS technical support line. Our experts may be able to assist you with the proper installation.
Will this bolt up to a 1965 olds 330 block and what torque converter goes with it
What is the max torque this transmission can handle?
Can I use on a 455 bored .030 over 1972 Pontiac engine ?
Will this fit a 454 tbi chevy engine because the truck I have is a 1994 chevy 1500 4x4 with a 7.4 454 not the original 5.7 350
Do you all refund a portion of the cost like the parts places do when I turn my old transmission in. I don’t need it.
why cant a person hook up the kick down cable to this transmission? Why would it void warranty?
What size bolt does the transmission mount use on this?. The 2 holes on the bottom where the mount mounts.
what is minimum amount of vacuum needed for transmission to run right I have 8 inches in park and 6 inches in drive
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