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Old 02-22-2024, 08:05 AM
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Just the trans portion.
Speedtech sells that T56 tunnel which can be installed with screws etc if you donít want to be welding on your car.
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Speedtech sells that T56 tunnel which can be installed with screws etc if you don’t want to be welding on your car.
Installed this on my '68 that has a SBC and T56, I did the cutout with the finished interior, so welding wasn't an option and used 3M panel epoxy. Pain in the ass...yes, wish I had a garage that wasn't built to barely fit a 1920's car.
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Old 02-23-2024, 04:05 AM
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Speedtech sells that T56 tunnel which can be installed with screws etc if you donít want to be welding on your car.
I see first gen tunnels. Not second.

I went with the 4l60 because they said a 6l80 would definitely require mods. I wouldíve much rather had the 6l80.
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I see first gen tunnels. Not second.

I went with the 4l60 because they said a 6l80 would definitely require mods. I wouldíve much rather had the 6l80.
Sorry. Iím stuck in first gen mode. It can likely be adapted to fit a second gen.
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Old 02-23-2024, 12:39 PM
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The reason I went with the 4l60 is because Speedtech said with that trans, I would not need to modify the tunnel like I would with the 6l80 that I preferred.

I was willing to go with that trans to avoid any tunnel work.

A CV driveshaft isn't recommended by two different shops I asked to hopefully avoid the angle issue. Both said the weight would cause transmission damage due to this.
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