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    Chevy 350 to NV4500 Transmission Question

    I currently have a NV4500 mated to a 1972 Chevy 350 engine via an Advance Adaptors bellhousing. My question is will a newer chevy 350 vortec engine mount up to this same bellhousing or not. I can't seem to find any information on this on the web. I did go to the Advance Adaptors website and from there it appears as if they have one bellhousing that mounts to a 350 and the only variable is the transmission side of things so this would support the fact that any chevy V8 should mount up to this adaptor but I wanted to confirm this if possible before I bought a newer engine.

    My goal is to put in a newer chevy 350 that is a vortec engine to replace my 1972 chevy 350.

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    As long as it is a 350 and not one of the newer, modular engines (5.3, 6.0, etc).

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    Great. That was my assumption but I wanted to confirm. So any 350 will mount up as long as it is a 350 (5.7 Litre). Definitely good news.

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    Same bellhousing bolt pattern in any small block Chevy, not just 350s.

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    Not that I am considering it but what about large block chevys (ie a 400 or 454 or 502)?

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    Same bolt pattern (400 is still a small block)

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