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Old 04-08-2013, 04:56 PM
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We have a built TH400, adapter plate, custom flywheel, converter, shifter, billet dipstick and driveshaft specifically for an s2000 that we are selling for a customer. Its all brand new, never been used and bolt in for an s2000. We did not make the kit, but its 100% complete. If anyone is interested shoot us a PM.
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Old 04-08-2013, 07:24 PM
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Originally Posted by illestrolla View Post
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[quote name='Evans Tuning' timestamp='1365105484' post='22451771']
We have a built TH400, adapter plate, custom flywheel, converter, shifter, billet dipstick and driveshaft specifically for an s2000 that we are selling for a customer. Its all brand new, never been used and bolt in for an s2000. We did not make the kit, but its 100% complete. If anyone is interested shoot us a PM.
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I know im bringing this back from the dead but almost every lead i have tried so far has gone cold.

All i could find was 1 company that makes the adapter plate. Does anyone out there still make the flexplate/flywheel adapter? I already have the Full Blown 8.8 kit in the car. Just need help tracking down the stuff to mate a TH400 into the car. thanks!
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Old 03-22-2017, 07:29 AM
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Any skilled machine shop should be able to get you what you need/want. I am pretty sure my clutch guy at Advanced Clutches made a kit for a metric 200. You'd be amazed at how much you can throw at a metric 200 trans.
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I guess the best option for me then is to get the transmission, bell housing adapter plate, and a torque converter and have a machine shop fill in the gap between torque converter and stock flywheel. Thanks.
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Assuming your flywheel is in good condition, they can just use the ring gear from that for a new fabricated flex plate
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Old 03-16-2018, 11:24 AM
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If anyone is interested I have designed a setup to run the TH400 with the s2k motor. Adapter plate, and flexplate adapters. Retains the factory starter setup along with utilizing GM style flexplates and converters so you don't need to buy expensive custom ones. PM me if you're interested.
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Considering I posted this years ago I suppose I can update it. I ended up putting a built th350 in one of my s2000s and a glide in another s2000 along with a SBC and a mid plate. I used the D3 performance adapter plates for the th350 trans to the stock f20 block. I had issues with the torque converter plate hitting the factory starter. They told me to grind it down and it would clear, the problem is there is a needle bearing in the end of the factory starter so I got rid of that and put in a bushing and welded it back up and grinded it smooth but the starter always rattled after that. Overall, not impressed with the adapters so I went away from the f20 and the adapter issues and went with a SBC, motor plate and mid plate, full drag setup.

I just recently got back into another s2000 and I'm contemplating doing an auto swap in the future since the factory trans is on borrowed time with the power I'm at. I just saw another thread of a guy that did adapters for a th400 and it looked decent because it uses a normal GM flex plate and it looks like it spaces it out far enough so the factory starter doesn't hit. That's the route I'm looking into.
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Originally Posted by pettyboy69 View Post
Considering I posted this years ago I suppose I can update it. I ended up putting a built th350 in one of my s2000s and a glide in another s2000 along with a SBC and a mid plate. I used the D3 performance adapter plates for the th350 trans to the stock f20 block. I had issues with the torque converter plate hitting the factory starter. They told me to grind it down and it would clear, the problem is there is a needle bearing in the end of the factory starter so I got rid of that and put in a bushing and welded it back up and grinded it smooth but the starter always rattled after that. Overall, not impressed with the adapters so I went away from the f20 and the adapter issues and went with a SBC, motor plate and mid plate, full drag setup.

I just recently got back into another s2000 and I'm contemplating doing an auto swap in the future since the factory trans is on borrowed time with the power I'm at. I just saw another thread of a guy that did adapters for a th400 and it looked decent because it uses a normal GM flex plate and it looks like it spaces it out far enough so the factory starter doesn't hit. That's the route I'm looking into.
I aswell am trying to put together a Glide set up. Once I get the parts ill make a build thread.


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Originally Posted by JSanford2032 View Post
If anyone is interested I have designed a setup to run the TH400 with the s2k motor. Adapter plate, and flexplate adapters. Retains the factory starter setup along with utilizing GM style flexplates and converters so you don't need to buy expensive custom ones. PM me if you're interested.
still available?
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