Separate names with a comma.
This. A couple of heat cycles, a few burnouts and then have at it.
Awesome!! Thanks for the review!
Is it installed in your car? How does it shift? Was it worth the wait? Now that you have it ( and hopefully installed and you have driven the...
I was lucky enough to find a Lakewood scatter shield that had a 4.8" retainer hole. They are out there. Good luck
That is for the "B" AND "E" body transmissions..... That adaptor gets bolted to the rear most pad or the E body pad.
Agreed. 500 city miles would take forever.
That is a lot of transmissions! Looks like it is taking off.
You say "your shaft" is 7" long and the one you bought is 8" long. Is your car already a standard shift car?The difference in length of the z...
Can't wait to read a few reviews.
+1. That spring is a bitch to remove in car. Be careful.
Same here. I bought mine used, so , maybe new ones come with the correct ball stud.
I believe the the tail housings will swap out. You will need to grind away the front mounting pad to clear the torsion bar frame.Cannot...
500 hp.... I would run a scatter shield. Hell I run one and only make 400 a the wheels. I kind of like my feet in tact.
That spring helps pull the pedal to the floor. When you have a pressure plate that is heavy, it will help. The newer design clutch ( the one...
I did remove my spring this way..... PITA!! But possible.
No kidding!! I thought that the bend would interfere with the seat. I stand corrected.
I'm thinking it won't fit. B body's shifter mounting point is further forward than an A body.Well, it will bolt on but the bends in the shifter...
Does the transmission have two mounting pads for the shifter? If so, you are good. You will need to grind down the front pad to clear the tunnel...
That is exactly what I did. Instead of shimming out the adapter plate, I bent it giving the adapter plate an offset. Works great.
Yea, I have a friend who knows these things in and out. I'm just gonna have him go through it while it is out. Thanks everyone for post so quickly!!
The play I'm talking about is without the driveshaft installed. I'll check to se if it moves with the driveshaft installed. Thanks for the tip.
Ok. Thanks. Just wanted to be sure it was normal.
Output shaft on the transmission. It moves around a little..... Just want to know how much is too much.
How much is too much? With the driveshaft removed, how much should the output shaft move "up and down" or side to side if you will. Just want to...
That is awesome!
Nice! Hell even I cannot wait till the maiden voyage and hear the first impressions. Keep up the good work.
That should work.
Look right where the oil pan meets the block. My block plate rubbed this area enough to compromise the seal. I would make sure the block plate...
I had the same issue. Sucked having to fix it but it leaked just as bad as yours. Had to "nip" the block plate to prevent an encore event.
Smith Brothers in Southington. 25 Darling street.