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Username Post: 2004R transmission VS 700-r4        (Topic#348274)
pauldian 
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Loc: seligman,arizona
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11-18-17 09:17 PM - Post#2714904    

Having a hard time deciding between the 200-4r and the 700-r4. I would like to take a poll on this.
Witch one do you like ?
Thanks in advance
Paul



 

5Larry7 
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5Larry7
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11-19-17 02:47 PM - Post#2714959    
    In response to pauldian

To a large extent, the choice depends on what engine you are planning to put in front of it and what the usage will be. he 700R4 is a bit stronger and I believe more things have been done to further beef it up. The ratios are slightly different. he 2004R is approximately the same length as a TH350; the 700R4 is longer, so depending on what you may have now, a shorter driveshaft will be needed for an installation of the 700R4. All this being said, I have a 700R4 in my car and I like it.

'57 210, 327 cid, Holley MPFI, 700R4, A/C & more.
'51 Studebaker Starlite coupe, 350, TH400, GV OD.
'96 Replica of a 1950's Teardrop Trailer.


 
Rick_L 
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11-19-17 05:24 PM - Post#2714982    
    In response to 5Larry7

The big difference to me is the length and the first gear ratio.

Other than that, no practical difference.

I'm going to guess that availability of cores will matter in the future.



 
WagonCrazy 
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11-20-17 08:19 AM - Post#2715065    
    In response to pauldian

I put a 200-4r in my 57 wagon behind a nearly stock 350 with a 3:55 rear gear ratio and was very happy with the drivability.
2000 rpms going 70+ down the freeway.

Here's my installation writeup:

200-4r installation writeup

57 Nomad -LS1 with C4 suspension
59 Apache Fleetside Shortbed BigWindow



 
drummertom 
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Loc: Durham NC
Reg: 09-03-06
11-20-17 09:28 PM - Post#2715152    
    In response to WagonCrazy

I put a 200-4R in my 55 behind a 383 stroker and it works great. Swapping out a TH350, I used the same mounts and driveshaft. If they will hold up to a Buick GN, they are pretty tough. I know the GN transmission was beefier that the stock 200-4r but they can be built to take a lot of power.


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