- 1 Is a 208 transfer case good?
- 2 What is a 208 transfer case?
- 3 Will a 4L80E bolt up to a 350?
- 4 What year 4L80E will interchange?
- 5 What fluid does a 208 transfer case take?
- 6 How much HP can a NP205 handle?
- 7 What is the difference between a 203 and a 205 transfer case?
- 8 What is a NP205 transfer case?
- 9 What does a divorced transfer case mean?
- 10 Will a 4L80E bolt up to a 454?
- 11 How much power can a 4L80 handle?
- 12 Can I swap my 4l60e with a 4L80E?
- 13 What years did Chevy use 4L80E?
- 14 What is the difference between 4L80 and 4L80E?
- 15 Which transmission is better 4L60E or 4L80E?
Is a 208 transfer case good?
I’d agree the 208 is a good case. I had one in my 3/4t Burb with 4 speed without any problems. The 208 is an aluminum case and uses a chain, which isn’t as stout as the all gear cast iron 205 case. However, it is lighter and does has a lower low range, around 2.6 vs.
What is a 208 transfer case?
The New Process 208 is a chain-driven transfer case. This is a cast aluminum transfer case. Compared to the NP203 and NP205, the light-weight cast aluminum housing of this transfer case is easier to handle. This transfer case is a good gear box with a low ratio of 2.61:1.
Will a 4L80E bolt up to a 350?
The 4l80e will bolt up to your existing flywheel using 3 bolts instead of 6. The jury is still out on this one as the 4l80 came with 6 but 350 and 400 only ever used 3. I ran 3 in my turbo truck setup without issues. FYI, there were TH400 converters that DID come with 6 bolts.
What year 4L80E will interchange?
Why the 4L80E Transmission Replaced the TH400 The transmissions were available in a wide number of platforms for 22 years before finally being replaced in 2013.
What fluid does a 208 transfer case take?
The type of fluid should just be regular ATF. Your looking at somewhere around 4.5 quarts (9 pints) of fluid to fully fill an NP208 transfer case.
How much HP can a NP205 handle?
They’re rated about 195 hp and 520 ft/lb of torque in stock configuration.
What is the difference between a 203 and a 205 transfer case?
The 203 is not quite as strong as a 205 because the 203 is chain drive and the 205 is gear drive. The 203 is also a full-time 4WD case unless it has been converted to part-time. It is also a bit longer than a 205 but the front output is close to where the 205 is (because the 203 has a diff in it).
What is a NP205 transfer case?
The NP205 transfer case is a heavy-duty, gear-driven unit manufactured by New Process Gear in Syracuse, New York. It was introduced in 1969 and used until about 1993. The part-time, manual-shift T- case was found in GM, Ford, Dodge, and International Harvester vehicles, and in some construction/industrial equipment.
What does a divorced transfer case mean?
A divorced or independent transfer case is completely separate from the transmission. It is located further down the driveline than a married transfer case and connected to the transmission output shaft by a short driveshaft.
Will a 4L80E bolt up to a 454?
Yes it will. I did the swap on mine last year. The 4L80E has an extra bolt in the top of the bellhousing, but other than that it is the same. I had to get different bolts for the torque converter, and the converter has 6 bolt but only 3 matched up on my flexplate, as it has 2 different 3-hole patterns.
How much power can a 4L80 handle?
In short, Performance Automatic yields a 4L80E engineered to handle 700+ horsepower and comparable torque.
Can I swap my 4l60e with a 4L80E?
The 4l60e converter will NOT fit the 4l80e. The input shafts are different.
What years did Chevy use 4L80E?
GM 4L80-E transmission
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|Class||4-speed longitudinal automatic transmission|
What is the difference between 4L80 and 4L80E?
The 4L80 nomenclature denotes that the transmission is a 4-Speed, Longitudinally mounted, and for 8000 lbs. The 4L80E was designed for vehicles up to 8000 lbs. GVWR and with engines up to 440 ft.
Which transmission is better 4L60E or 4L80E?
Without a doubt the 4L80E is the more powerful of the two transmissions. Vehicles with powerful engines, such as big trucks for towing or high speed cars for racing, require a 4L80E rather than a 4L60E as the power of the engine is likely to break smaller, less powerful transmissions.