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Aftermarket Tranny Gears

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by PolkMomoInMYSi, Aug 30, 2005.

  1. PolkMomoInMYSi

    PolkMomoInMYSi Member

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    as did in the del sol, now my 3rd gear is beginning to grind in the integra... damn used cars! but hey faulty equipment always makes way to a new performance part right? so i want to get aftermarket gears for the transmission so the ratio is closer but i still want them short enough that i can drive it on the freeway without being up in the 4000+ rpm range. i've only seen gears on one webpage and i can't remember what it was so if any of you know of a page or catalog that sells them i'd like the know where. or could i maybe just pull the gears out of an ITR?
     
  2. 92civicb18b1

    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    they were most likely either sotck gears or FD's. To have fully custom gears is going to cost you a lot of money.

    Take a GSR trans, put an LS 5th in there and a 4.7 FD. That should make a decent trans.
     
  3. NoJokE

    NoJokE Senior Member

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    If you're serious, call www.gearspeed.com. They rebuild tranny's for Honda, and they are authorized by Honda. They can hook you up with any OEM honda gear and you can mix and match, AND they give you a one year warranty. They also have carbon coated synchros available. Good stuff. The only bad thing though, is that you NEED to supply a core for B-Series motors. I'm not sure about D-series.

    They are now even offering Quaiffe LSD's as their optional LSD's.

    When I scrounge up some money, i'm gonna get my tranny rebuilt by them....
     
  4. PolkMomoInMYSi

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    went to the webpage and it seems to be a search engine?oh well. i'll find um somewhere. how intense is rebuilding a transmission? cuz if i do what the guy up top said that sounds like something i should be able to do myself
     
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    reikoshea HS Troll...And Mod Moderator VIP

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    try gear-speed.com thats the website he meant
     
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    Yup, sorry meant www.gear-speed.com.
     
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    kyleirwin Retired OG

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    grrrrrr, their website SUCKS!
     
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