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 [[:​transmissions:​4l60e|4L60e (4 speed automatic)]]\\ [[:​transmissions:​4l60e|4L60e (4 speed automatic)]]\\
-[[:​transmissions:​tremec_t5|Tremec T5 (5 speed manual)]]The 3800 was only available with one single manual transmission option from the factory. This would be the Tremec T5 found in Camaro'​s and Firebirds.+[[:​transmissions:​tremec_t5|Tremec T5 (5 speed manual)]] 
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 +The 3800 was only available with one single manual transmission option from the factory. This would be the Tremec T5 found in Camaro'​s and Firebirds.
  
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 The 3800 utilizes the GM 60 degree bellhousing. This is also known as the "​metric"​ bellhousing. This is used commonly among most front wheel drive engines from GM starting in the late 80's. Most if not all front wheel drive v6's use this bellhousing. As long as the transmission has this bellhousing it will bolt up to a 3800, but you may need to make sure you have the correct torque converter and pilot hole size to make it work. The 3800 utilizes the GM 60 degree bellhousing. This is also known as the "​metric"​ bellhousing. This is used commonly among most front wheel drive engines from GM starting in the late 80's. Most if not all front wheel drive v6's use this bellhousing. As long as the transmission has this bellhousing it will bolt up to a 3800, but you may need to make sure you have the correct torque converter and pilot hole size to make it work.