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Old 03-01-2014, 05:26 PM   #51
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i have seen those before, i figured if it happened again thats what i would do, but i have beat the crap out of it and so far the only thing that has happened is the governor gear broke. stupid plastic junk. i kinda guessed there might have been a crack too but cant say for sure. i traded my 700 to this guy that has a early 70'* monte 454 and thats what the original one was from
No bolt on yoke TH400 was ever in a Car. A truck with a carrier bearing & a 2 or 3 section drive-shaft, yes, NEVER a car. All Car TH400'* are slip yokes, even when a double cardin type rear joint housing is bolted to the rear diff.
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i used to hang out at the track every week, and aside from making them for pro'*, there were a bunch of guys there that had transmissions made by this place, i think they know what they are doing. after they fixed the cracked case and i got the driveshaft made at fleet pride its been fine for like 5-8 yrs. they made it into a dual manual and auto operation and they made me a custom tq for my application too.
My family has been Buying parts form the Caughlin Family since the 1960'*. Maybe you have heard of their business, JEG'*.

I was in Jegs on 11th with my Dad back around 1998. Jeg Sr. came over to say Hello and ask my dad where he'd been. A few people who have and still may still, work there Know me.

That didn't stop one of them from getting me the wrong parts. I even gave them the Jegs part number of what I wanted.

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Wow, talk about some serious thread jacking here.
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Exactly what I was thinking.
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I just call 'em how I see 'em. I aint the one posting diff & transmission pictures showing I know all about oil pumps.
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back to your problem then, does it get worse sitting still and not so bad if driving?
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Does what get worse?
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the poor running, you said it was a dog when it warmed up. thats what mine was doing when the poppets were bad, but im cheap so i let it go and it started to get bad enough that it was stalling if i was at a stop light for too long, but if you were driving all you would know is the fuel trim started getting worse and worse.
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Yea, that sounds about right. I see you can buy just the poppit nozzles online. Wonder if they would work?
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the problem is the design you dont want to put another crap one on there. the mpfi ones have regular electronic injectors at the end of the tubes. there is a reason they didnt use that design for long and the ones they started warrantying were replaced with the delphi mpfi kit strait from gm/dealers
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