Had been professionaly rebuilt around 5000 miles before we did a Rover transplant. I have been moving it around the Garage for about 10 years, too good to scrap must be useful to someone........... Should even fit the engine that mfp66 if giving away:beuj:
Collect from Stockport (or an NSCC round)
I am geting new bolts for my torque converter/flexplate (haven't got the old ones), I have been asked what rating the torque converter it is. All I know is it is a standard one from an '86 Camaro. Can anyone give me the spec on it please?
I have recently taken the 302 out of my car, as have bought a 460 BBF.
The engine and flexplate are gone, but the gearbox, torque converter, prop yoke, and maybe even the prop still exist.
The gearbox, I am extremely reluctant to sell, as, I'm sure you are aware, every C4 box now that is...
* I have for sale a crack tested/magna fluxed and freshly bored +30 1978 351W SBF short block, I purchased this from Peter knight who had it prepared for another customer but due to a change of plan I ended up with it. The block has now been de-stressed on the outside (smoothed of all ugly...
i am thinking of removing the cat of my van as its showing cat performance low and bringing on the engine service soon light on after 20 ish miles even after resetting with a scanner.
are there any problems with removing it and does it effect the sensors if its taken off ..
Free to anyone that might find a use for it: One Buick Dynaflow torque converter - this is a switch pitch type as used in 57.. Might suit other years. Condition unknown, consider it for spares or repair.
Will not post, collect only or take to HRD's.
Located B90 4PX