[ROVERNET - UK] Re: rovernet Digest, Vol 32, Issue 26
Paul.Smith at auroraenergy.com.au
Tue Jul 19 03:23:08 BST 2005
Hmmmm; so dimensions of those would be useful; also what cars have them.
If I know that I can look for one and measure it.
I don't particularly like the early upshifting, and the wide variation in
shift points between cold and hot. An overdrive would be great.
I still Wonder how you get time to do the work on a fleet of Rovers and
From: Kent Kinard [mailto:kkinard at swbell.net]
Sent: Tuesday, 19 July 2005 12:14 pm
To: rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com
Subject: Re: [ROVERNET - UK] Re: rovernet Digest, Vol 32, Issue 26
These are GM transmissions for which adapters are readily available
(Kennedy Engineered Products, D&D Fabrication) to mate to the Rover
engine. I have fitted each to SD1's, but have never tried to put one of
these in a P6B. The bellhousings on both are quite wide. The pan on
the 700-R4 is wide. 200-4R would be a better bet for the P6B, but I
have no experience.
Paul Smith wrote:
> I understood most, but what are the 200-4r and the 700-4r? Presumably
> are too wide for a P6?
> As we have stated before in this group, for NA Roverites, the 200-4R or
> 700-R4 are far easier to install in P5B's or SD1's, are cheap to
> rebuild, and give you an overdrive 4th.
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