Can you put a 6 speed Allison in a lly?

Can you put a 6 speed Allison in a lly?

yes its impossible. Unless you are an allison software/calibration engineer, or you have access to, and are willing to steal stuff from inside allison……….

Is the Allison Transmission a 6 speed?

The 1000 series (and similar 2000 and 2400 series) is a line of automatic transmissions for on-road trucks. All are 5 or 6-speed electronically controlled units and are manufactured by Allison Transmission in Indianapolis, Indiana as well as in Baltimore, Maryland and in Erskine, Minnesota.

Is Allison Transmission reliable?

RELIABILITY. Allison fully automatic transmissions (“Allison Automatics”) have a global reputation for quality, reliability and durability because we engineer and build them to last. That’s why Allison Automatic-equipped vehicles have been shown to cost less to operate than comparable competitively-equipped vehicles.

How much HP does a 6.6 LLY Duramax have?

The 6.6 liter LLY Duramax V8 engine was introduced during the 2004 model year as a replacement to the LB7 Duramax V8. As such, it powered Chevrolet Silverado Heavy-Duty and GMC Sierra Heavy-Duty pickup trucks through 2006, making up to 310 horsepower and 605 pound-feet of torque. Displacement: 6.6L / 403 cu.

Will a lly transmission work on a LB7?

—Yes, you can keep your existing LB7 transmission when swapping to a 2004.5-2005 LLY.

How much HP can a stock LLY transmission handle?

Without engine work, the stock LLY can put out ~500rwhp.

How many miles will an Allison transmission last?

With no programmer and standard maintenance you are looking at 200K-400K miles. Not to bad. Or more if taken care of like Toypuller said switch it to a TES-295 rated synthetic fluid and change the external filter regularly and it will last forever.

Can you put an Allison Transmission on a 5.3 Vortec?

The allison has never been mated to a 5.3L or even an 6.0L, the ally has only been behind a 8.1L or a Duramax and only in a 2500HD or 3500. The Ally is a HD tranny and takes more HP just to turn it beacuse of the larger torque converter and larger heavier gears along with higher pump output pressure.

How do I know which Allison Transmission I have?

Transmission serial numbers can be found on the Transmission data plate. The serial number of an Allison transmission may be located on the transmission data plate. This can be located on the side of the transmission. This data plate is usually found on the lower rear face of the rear housing.

How many miles will an Allison Transmission last?

Is Ram going to put an Allison Transmission?

Tons of upgrades are coming to the 2022 Ram 2500, but we hope one rumor becomes a reality. According to Pickup Truck News, the Ram 2500 could get a brand-new 10-speed Allison Automatic Transmission. Including a new Allison Transmission would provide the most notable upgrade for the model year.

Should I build up the Allison Transmission on my LLY?

At any power level beyond 600rwhp, the LLY’s connecting rods are at risk of bending. Owners of manual transmission trucks can save themselves a lot of money by not having to build up the Allison automatic ($12,000 vs. $17,000 for a 640rwhp setup), just make sure you go with a reputable dual disc clutch to handle the power.

How much does it cost to upgrade the power of LLY?

Starting with a $2,000 budget and working our way up, the following hand-picked parts combinations are specifically designed to allow you to not only improve the power of your LLY, but enjoy the added power for the long haul. Stay tuned. We’ll show you the best way to modify the highly-desired LBZ next.

Should I upgrade my LLY to 30-percent over injectors?

A set of 30-percent over injectors is the perfect upgrade for the LLY owner that doesn’t want to take a chance on bending a connecting rod—or that isn’t quite ready to build an engine. If you plan to tow heavy with your modified LLY, you’ll want to make sure the cooling system has no chance of overheating.

Should I upgrade to a single piece Y-Bridge?

Because the factory two-piece Y-bridge is known to be restrictive, leak and even blow apart under high boost pressure, upgrading to a larger, 3-inch diameter, single piece version is ideal—especially with a higher flowing turbo in the mix.