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Old 04-09-2003, 04:57   #1 (permalink)
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C4 bellhousings

I'm getting a C4 which was connected to a 302.........how do i go about getting a bellhousing to much the 250 block?
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try a wreckers?
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Do you mean a 302 clev or windsor.There are a few variations of c4 cases.
If it is from a clevo you will need to get a convertor as well...
Does the dipstick go into the side of the pan or into the case?
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i think it is a windsor..........i was speaking to the guy who i s gonna build the auto for me he has told me to find a 6 cyl c4 coz he thinks (not to sure) that little bits and pieces maybe different
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If it is from a windsor it will work as long as it has a 26 spline input shaft..An easy way to tell is look and see if there is a breather on the extension housing.If so it is the same as the 6 cylinder c4's.All you need is the bellhousing..The convertor should be ok too.It will have a 10.5" bolt spacing on the conv/flexplate mounts.The windsor flexplate will work also but you will need to grind the weight off it..
If it is a 26 spline type the internals are the same .
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I've got one sitting in my garage due to my I6 to V8 swap.
Its yours if you want it.
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