The 200-4r trans will bolt right up to your motor and crossmember.
If you have a TH350 then you will have to remove the crossmsmber bracket. If you have a TH400 then it will bolt right to the crossmember. The yoke is the same for the 200-4r as the TH35o but the TH400 has a larger yoke. If the TH400 yoke needs to be replaced and a offset universal installed on the front of the driveshaft. The universal is a standard self item at most autoparts stores.
The cooling lines can be made to fit the 200-4r with a little bending.
You will need to attach the TV cable to your carb. The brackets to do this can be bought from bowtieoverdrives.com
. The transmission shifter will need to be modified for the fourth, OD, gear. BTO also can supply that.
I changed mine a few years ago and still think that is a great mod for the Vette.
The only bracket I did not find a supplier for was the bracket that holds the steering lock cable to the front of the trans. I made one for mine and several others. It is not to difficult to make if you have the tools.
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BTO 200-4R trans, 3.55 gear
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