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Author Topic: Has anyone here used a small block C6 trans, and what did you do to make it fit?  (Read 701 times)

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I've been doing lots of searching here and the internet in general, but other than hearing the "it won't work without lots of work" type comments I haven't found anything that has been done to make one fit.

351W engine.

If I have to drastically modify the tunnel or firewall so be it, but I am hoping to get some direction before I start. The car is already drastically modified so a little more won't hurt anything but my wallet.  ::)

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Update.
I am going to go manual, it's what I really want. So what if it takes me another month or two.
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A good built C4 will work , even if the 351 pulls over500 HP it will live , and much cheaper in the long run , one you can use the stock shifter if you like , it fits the tunnel , itís also the same gear ratio as the heavy c6 , standard is nice also , T5 are kind of
cheep but almost the same money , well at least where I live ,
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Thanks.
I was using the C6 as that is what I have, came with the engine.
But I am going for broke (literally) and putting a manual in.
Already have a steel MII sized bellhousing on order.
Russ
In Glendale, Arizona

RIP Casey, Mallory, Abby, and Sadie. We miss you.

79 Pinto ESS fully caged fun car. In progress. 8inch 4.10 gears. 351C and a T5 waiting to go in.