As of now we don't offer 203 to 205 kits. There are several companies that offer these currently and the market is only so big. We can produce the shafts required, however it is a timely process and wouldn't make too much sense from a costing standpoint. Nothing is ever off the table though. Stay tuned, time will tell.
Have you considered a T400 to 203 adaptor?
Some want to clock or flip the 203 behind a T400. The OEM T400-203 adaptor (only about 1.1" long) would be hard to make like this but you could do a longer version.
The NP208 version T400 would be about 2.5" long and the NP205 version would be about 4.5" long.
When can produce pretty much any TH400 to 203 or 205 setup with different output shaft lengths. An infinitely clockable plate for a stock 400/203 combo should be possible. I'll need to draw it up to get the concept on the computer and take a few measurements to confirm . Which setup are you most interested in? These are the ideas that get things flowing. Thanks!
You would be best off getting yourself an NP 205 off that was mated to a TH-400 originally. This tcase will have a 32 spline female input which will fit the output shaft your transmission has. Depending on which output shaft your transmission has you may be able to bolt a factory adapter. Either way an adapter similar to the one highlighted in the post will get everything mounted together.
We have been building automatic transmissions shifters for Jeep AW4 and Toyota A340's for over 7yrs and now are making them to fit GM Th350, 400 trans. We also are starting to make stand alone manual shift control setups for GM 4L60e, 4L80e and a tapshift kit for Winters shifters for the 6L80e...
Anything advanced adapters sales, we can get you.
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