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    Posted: Jun/03/2008 at 10:17pm
       70/390 Borg Warner (by XJ-001)


              71/401 Borg Warner
(by pmm)



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1968/69 390 or 1970 390?
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Originally posted by Peter Marano Peter Marano wrote:

1968/69 390 or 1970 390?

It's a 70. Forgot to post the year.
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1973 401 TorqueFlite 727 - 1972 part #321 4090 (by phat69amx)
The (4) non-stock larger converter mounting holes inboard of the smaller stock holes

were added for mounting an aftermarket B&M #60425 10" SuperHoleShot converter.

Picture is of the Transmission side so the balance weight is visible.

Above Borg-Warner Flexplate pictures appear to be of the Engine Side

with the balance weights visible, so it appears balance weights

were located on different sides of the flexplate between BW and TF ?

 


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Should there be a "standard positioning" for taking the pictures ?
Like in the first picture of the '70 390 BW it has a converter hole labeled "12 o'clock" and
located at the top of the picture and the offset crank flange hole labeled and at the bottom.
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I like that idea............. if nothing else, rotate the image using your favorite image editor.
 
There's always an indexing hole (two closer) so if those were always at the same clock position......
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1969 343 Borg-Warner M-11 - part #318 1750 (by phat69amx)

 




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AMC Flexplate Part Numbers from 1967 thru 1972 Parts Catalog F-14072 R3
 
Group 16.035-1   PLATE, Automatic Transmission Converter Drive
 
67/71 ... SIX ..................... 319 1958
72 ...... SIX ..................... 321 4087
67/69 ... 290 (Except 30) ......... 318 4502
68/69 ... 290 (30) ................ 319 2342
70/71 ... 304 ..................... 319 6876
72 ...... 304 ..................... 321 4088
 
67/69 ... 343 ..................... 318 1750
70/71 ... 360 ..................... 319 6874
72 ...... 360 ..................... 321 4089
68/69 ... 390 ..................... 319 1125
70 ...... 390 (E/MACHINE) ......... 319 6874
70 ...... 390 (MACHINE-* 16-37) ... 319 6874
70 ...... 390 (MACHINE-* 16-38) ... 321 0063
71 ...... 401 ..................... 321 2351
72 ...... 401 ..................... 321 4090
 
16-37 ..... On 1970 (390) used prior to Engine Build Code Number 210Y10
.................... and beginning with Engine Build Code Number 212Y10
 
16-38 On 1970 (390) used beginning with Engine Build Code Number 210Y10
.......................... and prior to Engine Build Code Number 212Y10


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Originally posted by PHAT69AMX PHAT69AMX wrote:

Should there be a "standard positioning" for taking the pictures ?

Thought about it, but decided it's like a where's Waldo.
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Thanks for the 343 ID...
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