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    Aspen and Volare Member 77spitfire's Avatar
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    5 or 6 Speed Transmission

    Getting my project going again; I want to put fuel injection and a 360 in my RR. With that said a 5 / 6 Speed is a must as it will be a more touring car. SO anyone have any experience on any of the 5/6 speeds out there?

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    I have no experience with either but I've always thought about doing a six speed behind a 360 turbo fuel ejected so I see the way you want to go would be really cool.

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    Jamie Passon now makes a 5 speed manual tranny base off the A833. It is suppose to be an easy install with no cutting required. I hear there is a long wait time and the price of it is starting to come down.

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    I put a Tremec 5spd in my 79. Will not fit unless you cut some of the floor/bracing in the tunnel. I removed all of my floor so it wasn't an issue for me.

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    I have a 88-92 Toyota Supra Turbo R154 5-speed in my garage. That will work with a 3.9L Dodge Dakota bellhousing and flywheel. You still have to trim the floor to get it in though.

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