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Navara / Pathfinder

Nissan Navara Engine Conversions using GM automatic transmissions
4L60E - 4 Bolt (4 speed electronic automatic transmission)

Commodore models - Late VR & VS

The transmission is electronically controlled by the engine management system.

Gear Ratios - (1st - 3.06:1) (2nd - 1.62:1) (3rd - 1:1) (4th - 0.70:1)

4L60E - 6 Bolt (4 speed electronic automatic transmission)

Commodore models - VT, VX, VY, VZ & VE

The transmission is electronically controlled by the engine management system.

Gear Ratios - (1st - 3.06:1) (2nd - 1.62:1) (3rd - 1:1) (4th - 0.70:1)

TH700 (4 speed automatic transmission)

Commodore Models - VN, VP & early VR

Gear Ratios - (1st - 3.06:1) (2nd - 1.62:1) (3rd - 1:1) (4th - 0.70:1)

The 700R-4 was available in two different case variations. The standard GM V8 version will bolt directly to the Chevy V8 petrol, Chevy V8 diesel and Turbo pattern Holden 5L V8 304/308 engines. If you intend using a 253 Holden V8 or a Trimatic pattern 308 you would need to adapt the automatic transmission to the engine with an adaptor plate, they are generally available from any speed shop.

The V6 Commodore was also fitted with the 700R-4 transmission. The V6 transmission has a different bolt pattern to the V8 version and therefore, will only bolt to a Commodore V6 engine. The 700R-4 is an excellent choice as an automatic transmission in a 4WD vehicle as it features a low 1st gear, lower than any other GM auto, and an overdrive top gear, ideal for highway cruising.

The 700R-4 utilises a lock up torque converter for improved efficiency. The engine ECM controls the lock up. To perform this operation the ECM requires a speed input from the vehicle speed sensor or VSS.

The Commodore 700R-4 automatic transmission was replaced by the 4L60-E in the 1993 VR model, they then changed the rear housing to a 6 bolt setup during the VT Commodore era. The transmission is electronic and is controlled by the engine management computer.

 

Nissan Navara Engine Conversions using GM automatic transmissions
4L60E - 4 Bolt (4 speed electronic automatic transmission)

Commodore models - Late VR & VS

The transmission is electronically controlled by the engine management system.

Gear Ratios - (1st - 3.06:1) (2nd - 1.62:1) (3rd - 1:1) (4th - 0.70:1)

4L60E - 6 Bolt (4 speed electronic automatic transmission)

Commodore models - VT, VX, VY, VZ & VE

The transmission is electronically controlled by the engine management system.

Gear Ratios - (1st - 3.06:1) (2nd - 1.62:1) (3rd - 1:1) (4th - 0.70:1)

TH700 (4 speed automatic transmission)

Commodore Models - VN, VP & early VR

Gear Ratios - (1st - 3.06:1) (2nd - 1.62:1) (3rd - 1:1) (4th - 0.70:1)

The 700R-4 was available in two different case variations. The standard GM V8 version will bolt directly to the Chevy V8 petrol, Chevy V8 diesel and Turbo pattern Holden 5L V8 304/308 engines. If you intend using a 253 Holden V8 or a Trimatic pattern 308 you would need to adapt the automatic transmission to the engine with an adaptor plate, they are generally available from any speed shop.

The V6 Commodore was also fitted with the 700R-4 transmission. The V6 transmission has a different bolt pattern to the V8 version and therefore, will only bolt to a Commodore V6 engine. The 700R-4 is an excellent choice as an automatic transmission in a 4WD vehicle as it features a low 1st gear, lower than any other GM auto, and an overdrive top gear, ideal for highway cruising.

The 700R-4 utilises a lock up torque converter for improved efficiency. The engine ECM controls the lock up. To perform this operation the ECM requires a speed input from the vehicle speed sensor or VSS.

The Commodore 700R-4 automatic transmission was replaced by the 4L60-E in the 1993 VR model, they then changed the rear housing to a 6 bolt setup during the VT Commodore era. The transmission is electronic and is controlled by the engine management computer.

 

Nissan Navara Engine Conversions using GM automatic transmissions
4L60E - 4 Bolt (4 speed electronic automatic transmission)

Commodore models - Late VR & VS

The transmission is electronically controlled by the engine management system.

Gear Ratios - (1st - 3.06:1) (2nd - 1.62:1) (3rd - 1:1) (4th - 0.70:1)

4L60E - 6 Bolt (4 speed electronic automatic transmission)

Commodore models - VT, VX, VY, VZ & VE

The transmission is electronically controlled by the engine management system.

Gear Ratios - (1st - 3.06:1) (2nd - 1.62:1) (3rd - 1:1) (4th - 0.70:1)

TH700 (4 speed automatic transmission)

Commodore Models - VN, VP & early VR

Gear Ratios - (1st - 3.06:1) (2nd - 1.62:1) (3rd - 1:1) (4th - 0.70:1)

The 700R-4 was available in two different case variations. The standard GM V8 version will bolt directly to the Chevy V8 petrol, Chevy V8 diesel and Turbo pattern Holden 5L V8 304/308 engines. If you intend using a 253 Holden V8 or a Trimatic pattern 308 you would need to adapt the automatic transmission to the engine with an adaptor plate, they are generally available from any speed shop.

The V6 Commodore was also fitted with the 700R-4 transmission. The V6 transmission has a different bolt pattern to the V8 version and therefore, will only bolt to a Commodore V6 engine. The 700R-4 is an excellent choice as an automatic transmission in a 4WD vehicle as it features a low 1st gear, lower than any other GM auto, and an overdrive top gear, ideal for highway cruising.

The 700R-4 utilises a lock up torque converter for improved efficiency. The engine ECM controls the lock up. To perform this operation the ECM requires a speed input from the vehicle speed sensor or VSS.

The Commodore 700R-4 automatic transmission was replaced by the 4L60-E in the 1993 VR model, they then changed the rear housing to a 6 bolt setup during the VT Commodore era. The transmission is electronic and is controlled by the engine management computer.

 

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