3800 FS: Built 4t65eHD 7/8" chain, ZZP converter

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Hey guys,

Price change
$800 OBO

I have a ZZP built trans for 98-04 (yes it has an internal range switch for 04) 3800 SII. It is used, but as far as I know has the following:
- 7/8" chain 3.29 gearset
- 4340 Input shaft
- Chrome-moly pump shaft
- Upgraded 4th gear clutch hub
- restored valvebody etc.
- ZZP 2750 or 3250 RPM converter (don't remember but I'll find out)

I was going to put it in my white car, but I'm about at the end of my 3800 career, and I'm getting ready to get rid of it. I just can't keep up with a fleet of vehicles anymore.

Let me know if you are interested. Thanks,

Pick-up in C'ville by Lukes.

-Jesus
 
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[MENTION=5284]BRING[/MENTION] [MENTION=750]RICH17[/MENTION]
 

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you meant [MENTION=653]BrianG[/MENTION] I think. He knows about it, trying to get him to buy.

Maybe he wants my white regal too.
 

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Thanks for the heads up. It ended up being the input shaft I snapped. Turns out Ray and Mike with c-ya Racing never put in the parts I paid for. I threw in a ZZP 300M.
 

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price for it installed with a new flex plate in my black car



S()()()()LS
 

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Your car might be too nice for me to work on.

Haven't pulled a motor on a 3800 in years, but I'm sure we could get it done.

probably easier to drop subframe on yours.
 

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Lol. I have more trannys sitting around than I think i will ever use.
 

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Would this work in a 06 impala ss? Or is that a totally different trans?
 

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Very different but yet similar. Valve body needs to be changed and would need programming to make it work. Not impossible tho
 

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The transmission cooler lines should be the only real significant difference. Old cars had threaded lines versus the push lock style ones with the locking wire.

This should work in anything 97-04.

This transmission will need to have an external range switch installed in earlier cars, I thought that I had one on the trans but it isn't there. It isn't a hard part to find in the yard.
 

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