Tremec 5 speed
I installed a tremec 5 speed and new x factor cross member from American power train. I am lost as to how the cross...
I'm taking some flak from my other car buddies about not going with a 5 speed while building my rolling chassis. My original plan is to go with my freshly rebuilt Muncie M-20. With the new rear gear at 3:42 and 15" wheels the engine will be winding at 2800-3000 on the highway.
With funds in...
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We’ve had numerous requests to offer a group purchase option to forum members over the past several months so we’ve decided to give it a go.
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Regular kit prices will be discounted 10% with discounted UPS shipping rates. If two or more kits...
We are far enough into the 1970 Chevelle Legend700 5 Speed install to post pictures and answer questions. As a '70 Chevelle owner, I am very pleased how well the Legend700 fit within the tunnel.
Today's new type high performance transmissions need a precision bellhousing alignment, the...
Guys and Gals,
We received this testimonial today and it's a good thought for those of you who refuse to cut your floor for a Tremec TKO. Over the years, I've seen installs where cutting was not required and having good body mounts is extremely important. A 3/4" drop might be a bit much but...
I'll start here -
VIN- 13639 9Z356542
I'll add the body tag information, too...
...I'm going out to take some pictures right now.
"What's under there?" is what I wanted to know.
These aren't 307...but this says-
The B80 option is great.
I've posted the pictures here so you can compare the case differences between these two units; everyone is concerned about floor mods and the pictures speak for themselves.
This is a test mule and shows a mid-shift position rather than the proper A body shifter position.