200r4 rebuild service mass or New England

Hurst so good

Not-quite-so-new-guy
Oct 7, 2020
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Can anyone recommend somebody that rebuilds These in my area? Looking for it to be able to handle about 325 hp max. I’d try it but looks like you need some tools and I’m neck deep in restoration and I want to put it in and have it work.
 

64nailhead

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Dec 1, 2014
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Upstate NY
How far are you willing to drive? And where in NE are you?
 

Hurst so good

Not-quite-so-new-guy
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Oct 7, 2020
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I’m in southeastern ma. Depends on distance or location I guess. I’m a 2 birds 1 stone kind of person
 

64nailhead

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Chris at CK Performance if you're willing to ship or drive to Long Island - he's a 200-4R guru. I have the Trans Dr. in Central NY, but that's more of a hike. Find a coupe fo Regal guys at the track and ask them who is a local builder that can pull it off. It's not a difficult transmission to rebuild, but not modern.
 

69hurstolds

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Chris at CK Performance if you're willing to ship or drive to Long Island - he's a 200-4R guru. I have the Trans Dr. in Central NY, but that's more of a hike. Find a coupe fo Regal guys at the track and ask them who is a local builder that can pull it off. It's not a difficult transmission to rebuild, but not modern.
CK knows their sh*t. Not the cheapest, but knows these 200-4Rs inside and out.
 
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