They are not inerchangable.
On 2005-03-30 09:23, Toadazzoffa wrote:
I've also heard that the '97 and up 46REs are better than the previous years. Has anyone noted a trend that the '97s and up are better/break less??
My '97 has had no problems that I know of (I picked it up with 58k on it, and I'm at 105k now). I don't know whether to leave well enough alone, or try to get a beefed up tranny before I start the gearing and HP build up.
On 2005-04-03 19:22, LPD111 wrote:
Info on the 1998-2001 RE Series:
Info on the 1994-1997 RH Series:
That is incorrect , the bellhousing pattern of the 47 is not the same as the 46. The completes guts of the 47 will drop right into a 46 case . The major differences are the planets, the amount of clutches in the front drum , the number of clutches in the OD unit and the valvebody. Also note there are differences between valve body and govenors between the RH and the RE so don't try cross swapping ,specifically the valve body and the OD unit.I’m hearing from a couple of people that said the 47RE does bolt up to a 5.9L Gas, I’m thinking either the bell housing is either modified or the internals are swapped