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Transmission swap #52286 Oct 8, 9:40pm Oct 8, 9:40pm
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Transmission swap
I want to take out my auto tranny and put in a 6 speed tranny. Does any one know how much a 6 speed costs.

Re: Transmission swap [Re: KrAzY K] #52287 Oct 8, 9:43pm Oct 8, 9:43pm
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your gonna need a lot more then a tranny. i wanted to do tha same thing, but in the end it would cost more then its worth. if you dont have a lot of aftermarket bodywork done to it, maybe you could try and trade it in for the gts. sux man i dislike my auto sometimes. but what can you do.

Re: Transmission swap [Re: KrAzY K] #52289 Oct 8, 10:13pm Oct 8, 10:13pm
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2 g's aint as bad as i thought. I thought the tranny and everything else would be about 5 g's.

Re: Transmission swap [Re: KrAzY K] #52290 Oct 9, 7:06am Oct 9, 7:06am
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It would just be easier to sell the auto and buy a manual, more cost efficient too

Re: Transmission swap [Re: KrAzY K] #52291 Oct 9, 7:07am Oct 9, 7:07am
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I wish I had a dollar for everytime I saw this question...

Your better off trading it in and getting manual.


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Re: Transmission swap [Re: KrAzY K] #52292 Oct 9, 7:11am Oct 9, 7:11am
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Heh, if I had a dollar from evertime I saw this, I could have bought a new tranny to replace my crap one.

Just do a search, guys!


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Re: Transmission swap [Re: Barrett] #52293 Oct 9, 7:46am Oct 9, 7:46am
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Originally Posted by Barrett
It would just be easier to sell the auto and buy a manual, more cost efficient too


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