How much HP can a stock 200r4 handle?

How much HP can a stock 200r4 handle?

A stock 200 should handle 350-400hp on the street. With track abuse or big stickies then only 300-350 without issue.

Is a 200-4R a good transmission?

There are several advantages to the TH200-4R: It has a better First-gear ratio, it’s generally the least expensive overdrive automatic, and best of all, it’s virtually a bolt-in replacement for Powerglide/TH350 transmissions.

Will a 200r4 bolt up to a 350?

The plate will have a two- or three-letter transmission code in large letters. This transmission is ideal for swapping with a TH-350 or a Powerglide, because the overall length and the bell housing bolt pattern of the TH-200-4R are the same, and your original driveshaft does not have to be shortened.

What is a 2004R transmission?

The 2004R is a four-speed automatic transmission that was launched by General Motors for the 1981 model year. This transmission can be used in several GM passenger cars since it was designed with a Chevrolet and a B-O-P bell housing bolt pattern. It was also produced with the Oldsmobile, Buick, and Pontiac patterns.

What cars did the 200r4 come in?

200-4R Transmission Spotlight

  • 1981-’90 Cadillac Fleetwood, Deville and Brougham.
  • 1981-’88 Buick LeSabre, Electra RWD, Chevelle, Monte Carlo, Malibu & El Camino.
  • 1982-’90 Chevrolet Impala, Caprice, Olds Delta 88, 98 & Custom Cruiser.
  • 1984-’87 GMC Caballero & Pontiac Grand Prix.
  • 1983-’88 Olds Cutlass 442 & Supreme.

How many gears does a 200r4 have?

Rundown on the Numbers. The 200-4R is a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission by GM, capable of fitting into most Chevy’s from the 80s and before, built similarly to the TH200 and TH350, as well as the 2-speed Powerglide transmission.

Does a 200R4 need a computer?

As far as I know the 200r4 never used a computer to control it. It used a TV cable that was attached to the carb (sort of like a kick down cable). 700R4 was computer controlled.

What does a 200R4 look like?

According to, the THM-200-4R has an unusually-shaped pan that almost looks like two separate pans, with a main pan and a smaller pan towards the rear. The shape is essentially rectangular with an angle on the passenger’s side rear of the pan. This shape is different from all other GM automatic transmissions.

What should I expect from a GM 200-4R transmission?

It also comes with a universal-fit throttle-valve cable and dip stick. The 200-4R transmission will fit all GM motors that have full size bell housings. This is a perfect choice, if you have a non-Chevy motor. You can expect a 30 to 40% increase in gas mileage (over a 3-speed) on the road.

When did TH200-4R performance transmission come out?

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How much does a 700R4 torque converter cost?

700R4 Conversion Kit for Early GM Cars and Trucks in 5 700R4 Levels and Price Points. Starting at $2407.00 100 Inch Speedometer Cable, 5/8 nut on top / 7/8 nut on bottom. 100” GM Speedometer Cable, Push on at top / 7/8 nut on bottom. Fits some GM 1969 to 1982.