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#2399320 - 11/06/17 10:30 AM 5.7 and the 727 pb
csmopar Offline
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I've been trying to determine if a 5.7 hemi can mate to a small block 727 pushbutton. Has anyone tried this?

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#2399391 - 11/06/17 12:09 PM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: csmopar]
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It will bolt right up. You just need the correct flex plate.
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#2399504 - 11/06/17 03:40 PM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: hudsonhornet7x]
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if it is pre 1965 I think the bottom pass.bolt will not line up,other than that it will work.
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#2399513 - 11/06/17 03:57 PM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: hudsonhornet7x]
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Originally Posted By hudsonhornet7x
It will bolt right up. You just need the correct flex plate.


Sweet thanks

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#2399514 - 11/06/17 03:57 PM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: sam64]
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Originally Posted By sam64
if it is pre 1965 I think the bottom pass.bolt will not line up,other than that it will work.


It's a 64

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#2399550 - 11/06/17 04:55 PM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: csmopar]
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Are the bolts that go into the block metric?
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#2399624 - 11/06/17 07:01 PM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: csmopar]
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No, 3/8-16 thread I used the small block ARP bellhousing bolt kit

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#2399625 - 11/06/17 07:01 PM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: csmopar]
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you also need that thin spacer that goes to the block---or there is a new torque converter being made to allow for that thickness....

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#2399645 - 11/06/17 07:20 PM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: savoy64]
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Originally Posted By savoy64
you also need that thin spacer that goes to the block---or there is a new torque converter being made to allow for that thickness....


What's the thickness? I assume a mid-plate could take care of this?


Edited by moparmitch (11/06/17 07:44 PM)

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#2399654 - 11/06/17 07:33 PM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: csmopar]
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It will bolt right up. You just need the correct flex plate.

Doesn't the right flex plate eliminate the need for any spacers?

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#2399670 - 11/06/17 07:57 PM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: cudadoug]
sam64 Offline
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some of the first flex plate conversions used a spacer between the block and trans.because the flex plate was flat.
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#2399901 - 11/07/17 09:24 AM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: sam64]
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awesome thanks

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#2400154 - 11/07/17 05:51 PM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: csmopar]
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the spacer looks like 3/64? and is used on the 5.7 and the 4.7-----a friend has done 4 of these into older mopars and has bought these off ebay i believe----i grabbed a junkyard one for him and he announced he got a torque converter that was made to delete the need for that spacer....someone here must be up on it......mopar part number 53032454AA.


Edited by savoy64 (11/07/17 06:51 PM)

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#2402449 - 11/12/17 10:09 AM Re: 5.7 and the 727 pb [Re: csmopar]
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Related question - Are you planning to retain the pushbuttons to shift the trans ?

I would be interested in knowing what cable set-up you're using to connect the pushbutton to the trans.

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