Will a 700R4 work without being plugged in?
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- Will a 700R4 work without being plugged in?
- Is the 700R4 electronically controlled?
- What is the stock stall speed on a 700R4?
- How much power can a stock 700R4 handle?
- What does the TV cable do on a 700R4?
- Can I drive without a TV cable?
- Is a 700R4 transmission automatic or manual?
- How does a 700R4 shift into overdrive?
- How do I know what stall converter I have?
- How does 700r4 lock up work?
- Are there any issues with the 700R4 transmission?
- Can you run a 4L60E without a computer?
- What's the difference between a 700R4 and a 4L60E?
- When was the last corvette 700R4 transmission made?
Will a 700R4 work without being plugged in?
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Is the 700R4 electronically controlled?
Although the 700R4 is not an "electronically" controlled transmission, this feature was controlled by a PCM. We offer a lock up kit under Part # 23-700R which can be used with carbureted engines or applications outside of the GM engine family.
What is the stock stall speed on a 700R4?
The stall speed on this converter will be 1500-1600 RPM and will be fine for up to 600 hp.
How much power can a stock 700R4 handle?
The Street/Strip 700R4 is good for about 550 hp maximum, but with the HD input drum it is good for about 625 hp max.
What does the TV cable do on a 700R4?
The TV cable on the 700-R-4R transmissions controls line pressure, shift points, shift feel, part throttle downshifts, and detent (full throttle) downshifts. So if the TV cable is not adjusted properly, it can cause numerous transmission problems.
Can I drive without a TV cable?
Shouldn't be a problem. The cable adjusts system pressure, so shift pressure. With the cable fully retracted it will shift lazy/slip a lot, if the cable was pulled fully out it will shift more firmly, less slip.
Is a 700R4 transmission automatic or manual?
The 700R4, also known as Turbo Hydra-Matic, is a 4-speed automatic transmission that was launched by General Motors in the early 1980s. It is an upgrade to the 3-speed TH350 automatic transmission and older models of rear-wheel-drive cars.
How does a 700R4 shift into overdrive?
All automatic transmissions use hydraulic pressure to apply friction components; either bands or clutches shift into each gear. The 700-R4 (as well as the 200-4R and the 4L60) uses a cable (called the throttle valve, or TV cable) connected to the throttle linkage to establish that pressure.
How do I know what stall converter I have?
“Flash stall” is when you, from a dead stop, press the gas pedal to wide open throttle (wot). Watch your tach needle, you will see the needle jump to a certain rpm, that is “flash stall”. A drag racing-style trans brake will give you closer to the true stall speed of a torque converter.
How does 700r4 lock up work?
The TCC solenoid engages, locking up the converter. When the trans downshifts to Third gear, the pressure switch opens, interrupting flow through the relay to unlock the TCC solenoid. Alternatively, the driver can unlock the converter at any time by toggling the dash switch to the "Off" position.
Are there any issues with the 700R4 transmission?
- A notable issue of the 700R4 transmission is overheating. Usually, the vehicles that use this transmission produce high power output and are put to extreme use, which could lead to overheating. The overheating of the ATF could cause damage to the internal components of the car.
Can you run a 4L60E without a computer?
- Otherwise, you need a computer. I guess I don't see the point of running a 4L60E without a matching computer controlled engine. So that's what I'd do - get an engine with a PCM that can control it, and get the value added - or trade the 4L60E for a 700-R4.
What's the difference between a 700R4 and a 4L60E?
- A 4l60e is a 700r4 - the only difference being that one shifts electrically and the other shifts hydraulically. The 4l60e shifts with electronic shift solenoids. GM figured out it was easier to control the transmission electronically than via the hydraulic circuits.
When was the last corvette 700R4 transmission made?
- That being the case, the widespread use of the 700R4 (4L60) was 1992. Also, the 1993 Corvette, Camaro, and Typhoon were the vehicles to feature the last production of the 700R4. The 700R4 transmission is made from cast aluminium, which adds to its sturdiness and ruggedness.