Th 400 Heavy duty transmission, this transmission was just rebuilt and is in
perfect working condition. It would cost you over $800.00 dollars to rebuild
a unit like this.
---Would cost anyone here about a 1/4 of your asking price and it would come
out 10 times better than that $800 boat anchor you're trying to pawn off here
Joe--ASE Certified Parts Specialist & 10th Ann.Club Tech Director
'80 Carousel Red Turbo T/A, 26k orig.
'79 "Y89" 400/4 speed 10th Ann. T/A, 57k orig
'84 Olds 88 Royale Bgm 2 dr, 307 "Rocket" (lol), 141k and still going....
'80 T/A project car...
That sounds great give the group your address and we will send all of our
transmissions to be rebuilt at your shop for 200.00 dollars Canadian right
1/4 of 800.00. WOW WHAT A DEAL. IF NOT KEEP YOUR COMMENTS TO YOUR SELF.
My Business partner will rebuild any TH200, TH250, TH350, TH375, or
TH400 for $200. He chages more to do C-4's C-6's, or power glides. He does
not do over drive transmissions. If your in a hurry and need in back in 4
days, there is an extra $200 charge.
That's $200 US. If he supplies the case, and does not get a good core in
return: $50 on most $150 on TH-400 HD cases, $100 on regular 400 cases,
$175 on B-O-P 400 cases.
No ideal, Came out of a 80's model full size Chevy Van, I believe its a Long
tail shaft. If I need to be more specific tell me how to get the info you
need and I'll be glad to post. Believe it or not, my uncle makes weekly runs
to Columbus Ohio for delivery, I could have him drop one off to be fixed
then picked back up week or two later or if you've got a good used one for a
decent price I'd just have him grab one of them, I do have a 400 Turbo, I
have no specs on it, that is supposed to be good, if you'd give me a decent
trade value on it, I'd be willing to swap the 400 turbo and some cash to get
a good 350 turbo that would fit in my Van. Thanks in Advance
TH400HD ZX was in:
vettes with a 350 LTI, big block of any HP rating, any Camaro, Chevelle or
Impala with a big block.
It has the extra large clutch drums, and the improved oiling in the main
shaft. Which B&M sells for a pretty penny now.
I have a home for it outside, then I can have a little fun, before the end
of the summer hopefully. The only other way this will fly is with a
Richmond/Nash or most preferably a lenco. I'd like to see if the Allison has
the same computer inputs as the 60, and 80.
Maybe I can use the ECM to run one of them later, but for now, I want to
have some fun.
Let me know in e-mail please. I'll let you know what it is, you'll shit!
With a GM ECM and all GM sensors, two fuel pumps and double injectors. This
should do in the 9's. Better as I tune it!
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