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I have a '54 331 with its original powerflite. I see that Hot Heads has an adaptor kit for the 727, what years and what cars can I find a 727 in??
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on: Wed 27 of Jun, 2018 [21:46 UTC] score: 0.00
> I have a '54 331 with its original powerflite. I see that Hot Heads has an adaptor kit for the 727, what years and what cars can I find a 727 in??

Kip: I have installed many Hot Heads trans adapters over many years and all had the oil pan installed. That misconception is my fault. I told a customer that needed some help, that would make his particular problem easier. Sorry for any confusion, Bob

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on: Sat 23 of Jun, 2018 [21:36 UTC] score: 0.00
There are various makers of hemi to 392 adaptors. HH & Wilcap are "full circle" type that you're supposed to connect the engine & tranny before installing the oil pan. Quality Engineered Components & T R Waters are the horseshoe type where you install the oil pan 1st. You need a small block 727. Pick ups & vans 70s-80s usually have them.


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