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Crazy question...700r4 behind 91 2.5


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I think the problem with doing that is possible torque converter issue and output spline shaft count and mounting. A Chrysler torque flight A900 series was behind the 2.5L from the factory for the AMC years. 

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The AMC 2.5 has the GM small transmission bellhousing setup.  So the Chrysler automatic came with that GM bellhousing.  Welcome to AMC...

 

If you get an early S10 with a 2.8 V6 and 700R4 it'll have the right bellhousing.  The 4.3 V6 and all V8s had a different bellhousing.

 

I don't know about the flex plate.  I suspect it would need to be custom made.

 

So it may be possible but it might not be easy.

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From the world of drag racing there is a ultra bell . It allows you to put just about any engine combination to any transmission. There are a couple manufacturers so google ultra-bell bellhousing and you might find something if you go down this road.

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