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  • LT1 torque converter in 3rd gen 305?

    My brother's been having some torque converter problems with his '86 Z28. It's a carbed 305 mated to a 700R-4 (at least I'm pretty sure it's a 700R-4). I have a stock C4 Corvette torque converter that I had in my car for a while, and I'm pretty sure it wouldn't be worth anything if I try to sell it. Will it work in his car? If it does, I'll just give it to him.

    1996 Camaro Z28 cam, heads, stall, and a few other goodies
    Alumni Member, MSU Racing Club
    THREE-PEAT MiFbody Meet & Greet "Longest Hauler Award" 2010, 2011, 2012
    Originally posted by JasonH
    It's amazing what you can get done when you throw copious amounts of money at something.

  • #2
    I know this is an old post, but a LT1 torque converter will bolt behind a one piece rear main sbc for sure.

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    • #3
      I totally forgot about this thread haha. That converter is still sitting in my garage....I guess I'll just give it to my brother then!

      1996 Camaro Z28 cam, heads, stall, and a few other goodies
      Alumni Member, MSU Racing Club
      THREE-PEAT MiFbody Meet & Greet "Longest Hauler Award" 2010, 2011, 2012
      Originally posted by JasonH
      It's amazing what you can get done when you throw copious amounts of money at something.

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      • #4
        Yes, a regular one piece rear main seal sbc crank can be used in the LT1 block, so the same flexplates can be used and therefore converters.

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