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Tranny Question

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by ChrisSiR, Jun 18, 2003.

  1. ChrisSiR

    ChrisSiR Senior Member

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    I was told that the car i baught had an LS tranny.... how might i go about making sure i really do have an LS trans..... also.... correct me if im wrong.... but when ordering a clutch... i order from a non vtec teggy right? (89-91?)


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    go to the reference section...they have all the tranny codes...so just look at the sticker on your tranny (it will be next to the engine code where your tranny meets your block) also, i'm guessing you have a b18a motor so the 89 integra clutch will not work because the 89 is a d series...if in fact you do have an ls tranny...your looking to order a clutch for a 90-93 integra
     
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    Its a JDM b16a motor (out of an auto) i was just told it had an LS trans........ thanks for the info

    I looked at the tag and it said S1 with a bunch of #'s after it, in the reference section the only thing i could find that was close to that was a Ys1 out of a 93 b17 GSR......... is this what i would order my clutch for/from?




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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    The S1/J1 is the 89-91 JDM Integra Rsi/Xsi tranny or S1/YS1 the USDM Integra RS/LS/GS/SE tranny.

    JDM S1/J1
    3.230
    2.105
    1.458
    1.107
    0.848

    4.400

    USDM S1/YS1
    3.230
    1.900
    1.269
    0.966
    0.742

    4.266
     
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    So, what would i order my clutch from/for?



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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    90-93 Integra.
     
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    didn't i say that already :unsure: :blink: :angry: :p
     
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    Yes, you did. :)
     
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    No, not the 90-93 Integra as the Clutch changed from the 91-92. If you have the YS1 GSR transmission then you need the 92+ clutch. If you have the YS1 LS transmission then it depends on what year the tranny came from.
     
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    I was under the impression that it was the same for the 90-93's, what's the difference?
     
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    lsvtec GNU/Linux Evangelist

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    In 92 Honda went to a bigger input shaft (at least for the B18 powered Integras, I don't know about the JDM B16s from around that time) and a larger clutch disk. So if he has a tranny from a 90-91 LS he needs a clutch from a 90-91 LS. Otherwise he needs a 92+ clutch.
     
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    Ok, I thought the output shaft changed when the tegs went hydraulic, and that the 90-93 were the same.
     
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    I am not sure why Honda chose to do it that way. I want to say it was the introduction of the B17, but I am not sure.
     
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    alright..... i have NO idea what the tranny came out of.... how would i find this out? :unsure:



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    lsvtec GNU/Linux Evangelist

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    Is it a GSR or an LS tranny? How fast are you going at 8000 RPM in first? If you shift and you are doing almost 40, it is an LS tranny. If you are doing closer to 33 it is the GSR tranny. If you have the GSR tranny you need the 92+ clutch. If it is an LS tranny you will have to count splines on the input shaft.
     
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    that doesnt sound like to much fun (countine splines)..... its late, and im not %100 sure about the speed at 8K......




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    Counting the splines is not bad, there are only about 20 of them. I am sure that someone here knows the exact number.
     
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    ah, but pulling the tranny with limited toolz and limited space is my problem.... :angry: damn car, thanks for all your help....




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    S1 cable actuated clutch transmission = our 90-91 LS tranny input shaft.

    Done. Go buy a clutch for a 90-91 Integra. It'll work, I swear.

    Don't do tht BS with the 33 at 8k rpm, because you'll do nothing but get confused. The S1 ia ALMOST identically geared as the Integra Type R, so that method would be wrong. There were VERY tightly ratio's transmissions sold in JDM land for the B series cars from 1989 up to 1991 with the smaller input shaft, FYI. S1, J1, YS1, to be exact.
     
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    all you need is an early(90-91) B-sieresclutch and dont forget the clutch pilot tool. which you cant get by itself, I made mine out of fiberglass resin, by molding the final drive on the tranny!! :D
     
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