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Re: Th325 and TH325-4L ratios and advice By Cory on MTS board

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  • theoldsarge2002
    ... At the beginning it will be the mildly modified 80 Olds 350. A TH-425 would take anything you could through at it and is capable of mounting to
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 3, 2002
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      --- In Cadillac_Performance_Association@y..., "cody_g_carson" <uplink2jesus@h...> > How much power are you putting through that TH-325? <snip>
      <><><> At the beginning it will be the mildly modified '80 Olds 350.

      A TH-425 would take anything you could through at it and is capable of mounting to 79-85 Eldo/Toro/Riv halfshafts with adaptors. The 82-85 TH-325 4Ls are a little weaker than the 79-81 3 speeds but you do get a nice overdrive and torque convertor lockup.
      <><><> True. But for $100, I got a running donor car, with a TH-315, and 350 Olds. I am sticking with what I have.

      > If you can finagle the 425, do it, <snip>
      <><><> See above. I figure I can have this whole project on the road, for about $1000-$1500.

      > Be sure to put a shift kit in it and cross your fingers.
      <><><> Shift kit is a given. I have talked to some people who drag race Rivieras regularly. They say a Th-325 will hold up. But a TH-3254l will not. Besides I won't be dragracing. I just want an nice littel economy car.
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