Originally Posted by Ronnie Size
Ok, i have an update. the tranny in question is out of a 94 sse sc. he said he will inc both axles and tq converter for $50 if i remove it. he said if the gearing is diff i could use my SE vss to keep the speedo accurate.
what do you guys think?
I looked it up, and the VSS rotor for both transmissions have a tooth count of 31. Thats a good thing. (I think..)
You can't just swap Vehicle Speed Sensors anyway. You have to swap the rotor on the differential.
I compared shift tables between a 3.06 and 2.97 trans and the maximum commanded MPH shift difference was 15 mph.. That is kind of large.
I don't think anyone here can tell you wether or not you can run that trans trouble free.
One thing you can do is spend $40 more bucks and just have Sinster Performance
import all the correct shift tables, TCC lock up/release rates, and other constants onto your chip.
I'm running a SSEi trans/converter (came with the car) and a L36, but I changed all of the above info to the stock SSEi tranny settings.