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Old 03-06-2010, 12:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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nv4500 or th400

Just came across a nv4500 and want to put it my truck. I have a 205 and was wondering is there any advantage to this trany compared to the th400 with a doubled transfer cases? Rite now i have a 454 with a th400 and it sucks, the only time it shifts halfway descent is when i shift if manually. [B]NEED HELP!!![/B]

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Get your 400 rebuilt.
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Get your 400 rebuilt.
Ya thats what i figured but before i did that im wondering if my motor has anything to do with it being 454 that i just put a bigger cam and ported heads, might be robbing vacumn and i dont have vacumn assisted brakes.
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Your brakes have noting to do with your tranny.
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Yes i now that but if i had vacumn brakes than it would especially with a big cam.
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Yes i now that but if i had vacumn brakes than it would especially with a big cam.
I thought we were talking about transmissions.
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I thought we were talking about transmissions.
Ya 4x4 truck 454 should i use my th400 or swap it with a nv4500? I have a 205 and thinking about doubling it with a 203.
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