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Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by laanja, Aug 16, 2006.
What Edelbrock Engine is better for a H55F 5 speed transmission and 3.700 differential?
if you are going gm just use a NV4500
The 12HT .... simply the best for that tranny....
Well I am making my choice or Toy or GM. With the 1HD-FTE & H150F is a lot of money. But with Edelbrock Engines and a good tranny (NV5600) I might save some. Any advice ¿?
Edelbrock doesn't make engines... They make engine parts, but they don't make engines...
I think you might mean a Chevrolet/GM engine.
#1 Most of the confusion in this thread centers around your useage of the term Edelbrock. Please help clarify...
#2 Please explain your application, FJ-40, FJ-55 ( NV5600 probably won't fit in a FJ-40)
#3 Your usage.. Rock Crawler, Family Hauler, Mudder etc.
#4 Which country do you live in? ( this affects availability of parts)
#5 What's your price range
#6 What are your mechanical skills? Or, will a shop be doing the work?
Edelbrock sells comlete engines.
Edelbrock sells small block Chev engines with Edelbrock heads, intake, carb, etc. so we're talking about Hi-Po SBC, right?
Get the big one and twist your drivetrain into a pretzel. It's only money.
As mentioned before yes they do, it is not hard to find them in any JEGS or Summit magazine
350 or 383 GM crate engine is all you need
To PVCruiser: GM or Chevy or Edelbrock I am looking for power. The FJ43 is longer than 40, I have to verify if 5600 fits, you´re right, thanks. My Toy is for everyday use and offroad on weekends. I live in Colombia, South America. My budget is up 20 th US. I have a good mechanic to do all.
Yes they sell complete engines as does Jeggs.
But it's not an edelbrock plateform... It's a Chevy platform/bolt pattern.
I wouldn't use an NV5600. I belelive that tranny weighs around 425 pounds while an NV4500 weighs only 200 pounds...
Why not install a 1HD-T with an H151? Keep it toyota.
If you want a performance motor why not: Jegs LS7 505 HP
If you put that much power in an LC, you are going to exaggerate a week point.
If you put a perfermance motor and a NV5600, you might want to upgrade the axles to Dana 60's.
Sounds like an interesteing project. Good luck.