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post #16 of 28 (permalink) Old 08-01-2013, 10:52 PM
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http://www.summitracing.com/parts/tci-529700/overview/

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That's exactly the same part I posted last lol.

Looks like a winner. Might be able to save some money as I might not need the flexplate. Think I remember mine being drilled for both ford and GM converters. Will have to check

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the adapter I used was a coan around $350... it is a mid plate also so I cut it down as close as I could to the engine.... not much left afterwards then I polish the outer 1/2" width looks great... with the coan setup you can use your ford flex plate and starter... and crank adapter will be needed also of coan $125... I have my 700r4 in a 1952 F1 truck behind a 472 BBF been working fine for 4 year's... Did take out the converter clutch doing full throttle lockups... Truck runs a best of 11.31 @ 118 on motor and !0.50s on hose

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Thanks guys, made up my mind. Got a used 2004R and just threw about $1350 into it to basically make it bullet proof to over 800ftlbs. Thinking ill have about $2,800 into the whole setup with everything including adapter kit, converter, lockup harness, DS lengthening. Went with the 2004R as they have a better gear selection, the 700R4's first 3.06 first gear used to annoy the hell outa me with a 450hp 383.

So the C6 will be for sale!

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Make sure to do a build thread so we have another OD reference. Excited for you as my OD is one of the best things I have done for my rod.


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Will do! I'm excited too. My next endeavor will be a fast EFI system!

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Ha I'm going to do the new holley terminator efi and enable the timing control function. Great minds think alike.


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One thing I haven't confirmed is the timing adjustment, does that mean we can't run a non ecu controlled distributer? Something like the duraspark wouldn't work correct?

Which distributers can we use?

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Depends on the model but yours probably doesn't control timing, only the brand new versions do. You can keep your carb style distributor for the standard fast efi.

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Yea that's what fast said too. But the standard fast EZ EFI is only able to support 550hp barely which means It won't work on mine correctly. Guy here is selling his barely used fast EZ EFI for like $900 but its no good for my application.

So basically most of the billet MsD and stuff basically just run a mag pickup and can't control timing either, fast said it would work with there new 2.0 version I believe. It prob just manipulates the signal from the distributer. I forgot to ask if they allow u to run an aftermarket CDI box as well

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I know that the new holley terminator will work with a crank trigger or without, you have to run a TFI style distributor with it like the 8453. I contacted Danny Cabral and he highly recommended the new system, and he has a ton of tech work into the holley product. Plus I think the newer systems support upto 1200hp.

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2004R swap thread has been created in driveline section!
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