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Old 11-13-2021, 02:56 PM   #10
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The problem with 740 M46 with the shift linkage parts is those are different on a 240, the shifter is in a little bit different closer location so NO NO NO they will not work unless you cut your junker 240 floor up with a bigger further back shift hole, then yes it will work great. Also since the 740 shift cage is different length then the 240 one so is the shift linkage, other then that yeah it would work great. Hey did you know 90 and 91 740 turbos with m46 came with Garrett T25 turbo with .64 A/R exhaust housing?? Way easier to find 240 m46 they made way more of those.....

Other thing is those 90's 740 M46's have a bigger stronger mainshaft and the hole that it goes into in the P type overdrive is bigger then the regular J type that all the 240 m46's have so they do not interchange just one more factoid to commit to memory as your looking around. Other fun fact is 16v 7 series with m46 has P/J type overdrive. I have seen one of those once, but did not buy it at pick and pull so no clue what P/J's are. I no sleep.
1988 245 White slicktop M47 Wagon! 93 b230f. LH 2.4 STS flat flywheel.
1990 745 B230FT Getrag JohnV flywheel 240mm clutch 13c A-cam 3.54 G80 548K
1991 740SE B230FT NPR Strut braces IPD bar A cam 550cc EV14's. 3.73 G80 M90 to put in.
1995 940 White racing wagoon. 13c m90 to put in
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