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Old 06-09-2007, 08:32 AM
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Anyone have a Merc Tran transmission for a 454/TRS setup?
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Old 06-09-2007, 12:34 PM
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If you can't find anything locally try:

Doller Marine
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Speedmasters, Inc.
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I have a totally rebuilt BW C 72 for sale, it's over kill for a stock 454, it's built for 900 +hp, it's built the same as the drivelines that are behind my 1000 Zul's.
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I have a totally rebuilt BW C 72 for sale, it's over kill for a stock 454, it's built for 900 +hp, it's built the same as the drivelines that are behind my 1000 Zul's.
Only trouble with using the BW is if he's already set up for the MercTrans he has to move the engine forward almost 18 inches.
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i have a ton of trs stuff.......p.m...
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[QUOTE=speedo;2157072]you might be referring to a 280 trans. trs trans is a red label b/w.but then again you are the surveyer..

It certainly doesn't mean I know everything!

To me a "MercTrans" is the smaller aluminum-case with the Ford C-6 guts.

If your post was a shot at sarcasm, I sure hope you're correct.
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hey eric arent you that golf goof....trs was used everywhere with all kind of power.is the transmission built into the bell housing[as ed assumed] or a seperate casting.the answer will be very helpfull.......m.m.....P.S.trs was very popular and successful.if you doubt me ask the folks at KONRAD.right Biggus?

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I've never seen or heard of ANY BW being called a "MerTrans".

No, Eric, you ARE a prize!
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hey ed cozzi..its been 30 years since the first roy halman memorial fun run to michigan city.wow 30 years,like yesterday.....m.m......roy was ahead of his time........
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