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auto to M/T

Discussion in 'Prelude' started by RoyalFelix, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. RoyalFelix

    RoyalFelix New Member

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    what are all the parts i need to do a a/t to manual swap. any one who knows ALL THE PARTS please state them.

    1) tranny
    2)clucth. EXC....
     
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    boostin4fun Boosted ls/vtec ohh yeah!

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    You will need the transmission, clutch, flywheel, pedal set, clutch master cylinder and all hard lines, 5 speed ecu, shift linkage, and sometimes a passenger side frame rail mount depending on what chassis you have. There is several solutions to that some people cut out the auto bracket weld in the new one were it goes. Or they buy a this mount which is the easiest Innovative Mounts - Product Info
    This mount only works when you are doing a older civic.
     
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    where 2 get

    so should i go to a junk yard and get all this? how much more or less can i exspect to pay? also what performance parts can i get instead of stock like performance clutch umm flywheel or what not? im good with the basic's of the lude motor problems and what not. but the flywheel goes hooked up on where? and what gains does a performance one give you.
     
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    boostin4fun Boosted ls/vtec ohh yeah!

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    I would search ebay and local junkyards for most of the things you will need. But I would recommend purchasing a new flywheel and clutch. The only brand I recommend is exedy, buy their lightened flywheel and stage1 race clutch. The clutch will have all the holding power you could ever need but with a light pedal feel so they are so much more comfortable to drive when compared to other aftermarket clutches especially in traffic!! The lightened flywheel takes some weight off the crankshaft and allows the engine to rev a little faster. The flywheel replaces the torque coverter and flex plate that is currently bolted up to your crankshaft, remove both of them. I recommend some new flywheel bolts also, make sure you get these from honda. Good luck!!;)
     
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    dfgdgfg

    you wanna come over here to miami and do my swap? :)
     
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    boostin4fun Boosted ls/vtec ohh yeah!

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    I wish I was in Miami right now!! We got almost 13 inches of snow yesterday. I was moving 2 ft tall drifts out of my driveway for almost 3 hours. Too bad you dont live closer, I would take care of it for you.
     
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    thats it?

    so all i need is...

    1)transmission,
    2)clutch,
    3)flywheel,
    4)pedal set,
    5)clutch master cylinder and all hard lines,
    6)5 speed ecu,
    7)shift linkage,
    8)passenger side frame rail mount depending on what chassis you have.
     
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    boostin4fun Boosted ls/vtec ohh yeah!

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    That pretty much covers it.
     
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    walk me threw

    you wanna walk me threw the whole process??? :D step by step by step by step lol
     
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