You asked: What vehicle comes with a 4l80e transmission?

4L80-E/4L85-E
Overview
Successor 6L90

Are the 4L60E and 4L80E transmissions interchangeable?

Upgrading from the 4L60E to the 4L80E is akin to going from a Dana 44 axle to a Dana 60–you’ll add some weight, but also add durability. According to GM Powertrain information, the 4L60E has a maximum engine torque rating of 360 lb-ft and a maximum gearbox torque rating of 610 lb-ft.

Are all 4L80E transmissions the same?

4L80E Differences:

’91 -’96: They are all pretty much the same. They were also known to have a crappy connector that passes through the case. Most have had them updated by now, but there are still some that haven’t and might need replacing.

How much does a 4L80E new transmission cost?

A local transmission shop will rebuild a 4L60E for around $900 to $1,200 and a 4L80E for $1,300 to $1,800, with used units going for about $400 and $600 to $1,000, respectively.

How much HP can a 4L80E handle?

How much power can the 4L80E handle? A totally stock unit or rebuild will typically live well with up to 450 flywheel HP/TQ.

Is the 4L80E a good transmission?

The GM 4L80E Automatic for Max Power and Good Cruisin’

Overdrive transmissions are great inventions. They allow a car to run deep rear gears for tire-smoking or wheel-hangin’ launches yet still maintain some semblance of highway cruising ability. The problem is durability.

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How much HP can 4L60E handle?

The Stage 3 Black Edition 4L60E (rated to over 1,000 horsepower) pencils out around $4,800 with a one-year warranty (extended warranties available).

Which is better 6L80E vs 4L80E?

“The main difference is that the 6L80E has much more versatile gear ratios. … The 4L80E is more proven because it has been around much longer and more parts are available for it, but the 6L80E has come a long way and they can handle tons of power with a few basic upgrades.”

What does the E stand for in 4L80E?

The 4L80E transmission was mostly used in 34- and 1-ton trucks and larger SUV applications beginning in 1991. The “E” means that it must use an electronic ECU for control, as it will not function without it.

How long does a 4L80E transmission last?

It’ll be the 4L80E. Mine has over 300,000 Kilometers on it and is still going strong. The 4L80E is commonly known as a fairly bulletproof tranny, so as long as it’s not abused they’ll commonly outlive most vehicles they’re in.

What years did Chevy use 4L80E?

The 4L80-E (and similar 4L85-E) was a series of automatic transmissions from General Motors.

GM 4L80-E transmission.

4L80-E/4L85-E
Overview
Production 1991–2013
Body and chassis
Class 4-speed longitudinal automatic transmission

Will a 4L80E bolt up to a 350?

The 4l80e will bolt up to your existing flywheel using 3 bolts instead of 6. The jury is still out on this one as the 4l80 came with 6 but 350 and 400 only ever used 3. I ran 3 in my turbo truck setup without issues.

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