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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-10-05, 08:34 PM Thread Starter
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Manual Gearbox to replace auto

We are looking to use a manual box on a 302 but as cars are new to me I cannot get the good oil on the facts.
Whay is available and what is required?
The vehicle is a Rod/ sports car so we can fit anything.

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Re: Manual Gearbox to replace auto

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We are looking to use a manual box on a 302 but as cars are new to me I cannot get the good oil on the facts.
Whay is available and what is required?
The vehicle is a Rod/ sports car so we can fit anything.
I am looking into 5 speed g/boxs at the moment .
Look at www.tremec.com very good boxs there .There aussie companys that do these boxes as well malwood auto has been recomended to me from some forum members www.malwoodauto.com.au .
If these are to expensive and your hp isn't that big maybe a toploader will be the way to go .
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Re: Manual Gearbox to replace auto

Thanks for the very good tip I will follow it up on Monday.

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Re: Manual Gearbox to replace auto

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Originally Posted by jdaley
We are looking to use a manual box on a 302 but as cars are new to me I cannot get the good oil on the facts.
Whay is available and what is required?
The vehicle is a Rod/ sports car so we can fit anything.
A 4 speed single rail will do the trick. Should only cost about $50.
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