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biggreentj 03-29-2007 01:49 PM

351W tranny/ tcase options for project
 
have 351w from a 94 bronco.

not sure what the tranny and tcase are,
but i need a good combo that will bolt up, that will make it pass drop. any options, prolly need a adaptor, any help would be great.

i want something low, even better if i can get twin sticks out of it.

i am sure i will need an adaptor, but hoping there is an option that wont need it.

Toolmaker 03-29-2007 02:05 PM

You can get a Chevy np205 and put the input gear out of a Ford np205 , you will have to retap the mounting holes to the tranny .

broncodude_73 03-29-2007 02:14 PM

c6 Np 205 i guess chevy if he says itll work

Tulsachokehold 03-29-2007 02:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by broncodude_73 (Post 6642673)
c6 Np 205 i guess chevy if he says itll work

My 90 had a 4aod (?. Overdrive) and a bog warner. This might be what he has as well.

But I do agree with the C6 and NP205 combio. granted the 205 is a monster, but it is twin stickable.

tlspeed1 03-29-2007 02:48 PM

1986 and up Chevy np205 off of a th400 had the same 6 bolt circular pattern as ford did. You will just have to notch a slot on the other side of the adapter for the shift rail to bolt the chev np 205 to the C6.

You will also have to change the input of the 205 from chevy 32 spline to fords 31 spline, which is a quick swap.

Best bet for low ratio, twin sticks, and passenger drop is to find a Ford C6 with a np203, and build or buy a doubler using a chevy passenger drop np205

biggreentj 03-29-2007 03:00 PM

i guess what i need to figure out first, is what tranny that is. thanks guys.

any idea how much i could find a c6 and 205 in a yard?

biggreentj 03-29-2007 03:26 PM

i remembered i asked the ford guys a few weeks ago, and i was told this is what tranny it would have

Model: E4OD
Type: Electronic Four speed Over Drive
Years:
'90-'96 Bronco,
'89-'98 F-Series
Engines: {300, 302, 351w}, {460}, {7.3L IDI}, {7.3L PSD}, {5.4L}
Display: PRN(D)21 w/ overdrive lockout switch
Pan: 20 bolts
Fluid: Mercon
Ratios:
1st 2.71:1
2nd 1.54:1
3rd 1.00:1
4th 0.71:1
Trans code: E

any options for tcases i can add to that, is it possible to get a 205 or a d300 adaptor for one of those?

biggreentj 03-30-2007 10:47 AM

ok with that tranny, if i want to run a d300, is there someone out there that makes an adaptor?

or is there something that would be easier?

tlspeed1 03-30-2007 12:03 PM

I would try Advanced Adapters, they might have something

welndmn 03-30-2007 01:03 PM

An early E40d is complete crap.
Get a C6, from the junk yard its only 80$, and a rebuilt is about 300$.

Tulsachokehold 03-30-2007 01:15 PM

Figures Drew, I just helped a friend load up a C6 Np205 combo onto a trailer 2 days ago. Hell, it was even given away.

biggreentj 03-30-2007 01:50 PM

really, damn, always too late.
keep an eye out

Dusty 03-30-2007 09:08 PM

I vote 700R4. The adapter from the SBF to the 700 isn't too pricey since its just a bellhousing adapter plate and flexplate. Then you can run just about any passenger drop T-case you want, mated to the 700. Check out http://www.700r4inaford.com/

Dusty

jrod66 03-30-2007 10:24 PM

A buddy of mine had a 91 bronco and it had a C6 in it, so you could look at the pan, I know that the C6 and AOD have different pans, try that, as far as junk yard shopping, just look around and find a c6 then find a 205, the combo in a yard will be rare, so good luck.

rock-rod 03-30-2007 10:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by biggreentj (Post 6645790)
ok with that tranny, if i want to run a d300, is there someone out there that makes an adaptor?

or is there something that would be easier?

To run a jeep 300 you don't need an adapter as long as the C6 has an aluminum t-case adapter. The bolt pattern is the same, but the C6 output shaft will have to be machined down to 23 spline and shortened or see if A/A sells a replacement input gear for the 300 that is 31 spline. This little trick also works with the AOD as well. Ford and Jeep share the same 6 bolt round pattern, you just have to get around the spline counts and output shaft length.


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