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cable b16 tranny???? my eg has Hydraulic set up

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> EG-EK / DC' started by electric95122, Aug 11, 2006.

  1. electric95122

    electric95122 Eg_boy_B16a

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    wat do i do???? i got a b16 cable tranny and my clutch set up is for a Hydraulic tranny..wat do i do??? do i need to change my clutch set up to a cable?? wat do i need??? can anyone point me in the right direction???
     
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    fierceEG6 Junior Member

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    Hey bro, I ran into the same problem with my B18 swap.
    You have 2 choices i think:

    1) buy a hydraulic tranny and new clutch kit.
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    2) you can get a tranny conversion kit which runs around 400 bucks.

    those were the 2 options i was told of from shops. I am not sure what else you can do.
    I basically opted for option 1. A bit more money but less work. Best of luck man.
     
  3. slowcivichb

    slowcivichb Junior Member

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    or you can sell your cable tranny to me since i am looking for one, and need one asap, and use that money to buy a hydralic one :D
     
  4. civicious

    civicious FüK-VTEC VIP

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    Hasport makes conversion kits that allow you to use a cable transmission in a hydraulic-clutch car, or a hydraulic transmission in a cable-clutch car.

    Hasport Performance Online Store
     
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    slowcivichb Junior Member

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    i think i like my idea better ;)
     
  6. civicious

    civicious FüK-VTEC VIP

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    Why would he want to go through the trouble of shipping his transmission, finding another one in good condition, and paying more for that one than what he sold his for? It'd make much more sense and be much more convenient for him to just buy the Hasport kit.
     
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    werd, its a very easy fix. Takes at max 3 hrs, and thats assuming you hardly work on cars. You can probly take it to a mechanic and have him do it for like $100
     
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    I wouldn't even bother taking it to a mechanic...if you can't figure out something as simple as a hydro/cable conversion, especially with Hasport's detailed instructions, you should probably be driving a Kia.
     
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