How much does a 4L80 cost?

How much does a 4L80 cost?

It is only applicable to Jake’s Performance builds and customers. The 4L80E service will be $1250, not including any parts upgrades or shipping….Feeling dirty? Freshen up!

Price Hard Part Upgrade Item
$850 36 element Super sprag aluminum drum (high RPM combos)

How much does it cost to replace a 4L80E transmission?

A local transmission shop will rebuild a 4L60E for around $900 to $1,200 and a 4L80E for $1,300 to $1,800, with used units going for about $400 and $600 to $1,000, respectively.

What is the difference between 4L80 and 4L80E?

The 4L80 nomenclature denotes that the transmission is a 4-Speed, Longitudinally mounted, and for 8000 lbs. The 4L80E was designed for vehicles up to 8000 lbs. GVWR and with engines up to 440 ft. lbs.

How much horsepower can a 4L80E handle?

In short, Performance Automatic yields a 4L80E engineered to handle 700+ horsepower and comparable torque.

Does a 4L80 need a computer?

The only logical transmission for our 4×4 was the 4L80E four-speed automatic transmission commonly found in 3/4- and 1-ton GM trucks and SUVs. The only downfall of this swap is that the 4L80E is an electronic transmission that generally requires an additional computer and wiring harness to operate properly.

How long does 4L80E last?

It’ll be the 4L80E. Mine has over 300,000 Kilometers on it and is still going strong. The 4L80E is commonly known as a fairly bulletproof tranny, so as long as it’s not abused they’ll commonly outlive most vehicles they’re in.

How do I know if I have a 4L80?

With all GM longitudinal transmissions, it is far and away easiest to identify them by the amount of bolts on the transmission pan. Only the TH350 and TH400 share the same number of bolts. So if you count the bolts and get 17 you can be sure that you have identified the 4L80E transmission.

Can you swap a 4L60E with a 4L80E?

Upgrading from the 4L60E to the 4L80E is akin to going from a Dana 44 axle to a Dana 60–you’ll add some weight, but also add durability. According to GM Powertrain information, the 4L60E has a maximum engine torque rating of 360 lb-ft and a maximum gearbox torque rating of 610 lb-ft.

What is needed to run a 4L80E?

You need a PCM that runs a 4L80E preferably or 4L60E that also reads the crankshaft position wheel.

When did the GM 4L80E transmission come out?

Despite its name, the 4L80E is not an upgrade to its GM counterparts. Introduced alongside the original 4L60 in the early 1990’s the 4L80E was designed for large trucks and is designed as a heavy duty unit, rather than a transmission for smaller cars or even some pickups.

Do you need a core deposit for a 4L80E transmission?

If you are not completely satisfied with your transmission when it arrives, send it back for a full refund. Our 4L80E is the functional and visual equivalent of a new transmission. If for any reason it does not meet this description we want it back. No Core Deposit. We do not charge a core deposit.

Is the 4L80E Mega Monster transmission Tough Enough?

Popular Accessories (These have been Discounted for your transmission package!) Engineered to Dominate, the 4L80E Mega Monster transmission is tough enough to withstand the rigors of even the toughest street machines delivering tire-spinning shifts race after race.

Is there a 5 year warranty on a 4L80E?

4L80E Transmission – $2,195 | 5-Year Warranty. | Money Back Guarantee. $2,195. Yep, It’s Really That Easy. 1. 2. 3. You Can Count On. **NOTE** – We recommend counting the number of pan bolts you have before ordering. Your transmission should have 17-Bolts.