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    Differences Between 4l80e and 4l60e

    Which is bigger?

    The 4l60e, or the 4l80e? and roughly by how much.

    what are some of the major differences between the two?

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    Re: Differences Between 4l80e and 4l60e

    The 4L80E is bigger & can handle more torque. It requires a different flexplate than the 4L60E.
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    Re: Differences Between 4l80e and 4l60e

    the 4L80 is a totally different tranny, it is physically larger (longer) and the internals are built way different, it is a very beefy tranny in its stock form and can be built to handle a **** load of power

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    Re: Differences Between 4l80e and 4l60e

    4L80E is based on a TH400 and 4L60E is based on a 700R4. 4L80E is heavy and only useful to big engines and big trucks. A 4L60E can be a good tow tranny on a reg truck and a decent street/strip tranny if prepped right

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