yes it will bolt to a 350
Only if the transmission has a dual bolt pattern. Chevrolet and Buick 350 engines have the same bolt pattern. Oldsmobile and Pontiac 350 engines have the same bolt pattern. There were some TH 350 transmissions that have dual bolt patterns.
a 305 Chevy makes about 160 horsepower, though if its set up right it can make up to 350 without major modification
Thats fairly easy to do. First block the wheels so the vehicle will not roll. Put the transmission into neutral. Go under the car and on the drivers side of the transmission pan you will see the linkage. Remove the pin holding the linkage to the transmission. The linkage should slide in and out of the transmission shift bracket easily. If not loosen the nut on the linkage and adjust it until the linkage slides in and out without binding.
Yes. The 4L6oE was intended to be used with the 4.3 - 5.7 liter engines.
Yes. May have to improvise the kick-down cable.
This will not bolt in without major modification
mine had a 350 turbo- hydromatic
any small block transmission a 4.3 is a 350 chev with the front 2 cylinders removed so turbo 400, 350, 700r4,4l60,200l4 and more
If they are both Chevrolet the bolt pattern is the same.
If it was built in the LATE month of 1999 and does NOT have the 5.7L 350 in it then yes it will fit. If not then you will have to stay above the year 1999 to get 1 to fit.
3/8-16x1 1/4 grade 8
yes the Chevy in line 6 cylinder and the 350 share the same bolt pattern from 1963 and up.
It will if the trans has Chevy bolt pattern.
only if the trans is from an olds, Buick or Pontiac engine. The bell housing bolt pattern from these engines is different from a chev block