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Re: 1964 727 Rebuild Questions



Now that sounds right up my alley! I may have to look into that....

On 24 Sep 2017 5:11 pm, "Bill M" <y1topbanana73@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

That's the cool thing Rich...you don't have too! The simple version is, drop the pan, drop the throttle body, bolt on a part, bolt it back together. It's really pretty easy.

PTKD came on many /6 904's and 72 or 73+ 904's and 727's. Literally ~1/3 to 1/2 throttle, will do a 3-2 kickdown. No need to full throttle mash it for the 3-2. Definitely helps drivability. Worth it IMHO.

Bill M


On Sun, Sep 24, 2017, 5:47 PM Richard Kinsley <leroar.kinsley058@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yes I've never heard of the part throttle kickdown and it sounds like something I would really like to have. However I'm not getting this rebuilt again!?

On 24 Sep 2017 1:46 pm, <carverex@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I'd be very interested to hear more about the part throttle kickdown. I am currently waiting for Rick Allison to call me. He has agreed to go through my TF and we have discussed adding the PTKdown. I'm very lucky to live only about 75 miles from his shop.

Lyle

On Sunday, September 3, 2017 at 12:25:25 AM UTC-4, dennis.1963ply wrote:
Hello,

I have a 1964 Belvedere 318 Poly with a 727 transmission that need to be rebuilt.  I'm working with Gary P. to add a little hp to the engine so I want to do some upgrading to the transmission.

I would like to change the input shaft for a newer torque converter.

I would be interested in a mild shift kit.

Are there any internal upgrades that would be recommended?

Looking at the Vendor page here are three that look interesting:

Pat Blais

Frank Lupo

Copeland Racing

Any suggestions or recommendations.  I am planning on the engine and transmission being my winter project.

Thanks
Dennis C.



On Sunday, September 3, 2017 at 12:25:25 AM UTC-4, dennis.1963ply wrote:
Hello,

I have a 1964 Belvedere 318 Poly with a 727 transmission that need to be rebuilt.  I'm working with Gary P. to add a little hp to the engine so I want to do some upgrading to the transmission.

I would like to change the input shaft for a newer torque converter.

I would be interested in a mild shift kit.

Are there any internal upgrades that would be recommended?

Looking at the Vendor page here are three that look interesting:

Pat Blais

Frank Lupo

Copeland Racing

Any suggestions or recommendations.  I am planning on the engine and transmission being my winter project.

Thanks
Dennis C.


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