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    copied directly from answers.com
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    Toyota W transmission
    Toyota Motor Corporation's W family is a family of RWD/4WD transmissions built by Aisin. Physically, these transmissions have much in common (like the bell housing-to-body bolt pattern) with other Aisin-built transmissions, like the Jeep AX-5 and the Toyota G-series. The W55, W56, W57, W58, and W59 are externally and internally very similar aside from the gear ratios.


    W40
    4-speed transmission offered in base model vehicles.

    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.287:1
    Second Gear: 2.043:1
    Third Gear: 1.394:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Reverse: -4.091:1
    Applications:

    1978-1981 Toyota Celica

    W45
    Little information is available for the W45 but service documentation from around 1980 lists it as being the 4-speed variant of the W55. It was used in Toyota RWD cars from around the same year.

    The W45 was comprised of all aluminum alloy.

    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.566:1
    Second Gear: 2.056:1
    Third Gear: 1.384:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Reverse: -4.091:1
    Applications: ~1980 RWD Toyota Cars


    W50
    Often called the "steel-case" transmission for its steel shell, in contrast to the later W-series transmissions' aluminum case.

    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.287:1
    Second Gear: 2.043:1
    Third Gear: 1.394:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.853:1
    Reverse: -4.039:1

    W51
    Very little information is available about this transmission but it appears to be a model used between the W50 and the W55.

    Composition is steel.

    Ratios: Unknown

    Applications: Later models of Toyota RWD cars with R and T engines.


    W52
    Very little information is available about this transmission but it appears to be a model used between the W51 and the W55.

    Composition is steel.

    Ratios: Unknown

    Applications: Unknown


    W55
    This was the first of the aluminum-shelled W-series transmissions.

    The W55 appears to be a base reference point for gear ratios that Toyota used to fine tune later models of the W-series.


    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.566:1
    Second Gear: 2.056:1
    Third Gear: 1.384:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.85:1
    Reverse: -4.091:1
    Applications:

    1982-1983 Toyota Carina
    1982-1985 Toyota Celica
    1983 Toyota Corona
    1986 Toyota Soarer
    1986 Toyota Crown
    1983 Toyota Chaser
    1984-1988 Toyota Pickup 2WD with 22RE(EFI) engine
    2002-2005 Lexus IS300 (US Market only)

    W56
    A common truck transmission that came in 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive varieties.

    Its ratios differ in comparison to the base W55 in the 1st and 2nd gears only; this is to allow a slightly heavier vehicle (truck) to get up to speed slightly quicker than if geared like a car.

    This was most likely accomplished by taking the W55 base gears and changing the 1st and 2nd gear sets, as the rest of the transmission remains unchanged.


    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.954:1
    Second Gear: 2.141:1
    Third Gear: 1.384:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.85:1
    Applications:

    Toyota Hilux
    Toyota 4Runner

    W57
    It differs from the W58 only in its fifth-gear ratio.

    The W57 is sometimes designated as a "Close-ratio transmission", however in its stock form it does not meet all the criteria for a Close-ratio box.

    The ratio shift was accomplished by taking the W55 base ratios and changing the input shaft to intermediate shaft ratio by 7.9%, thus shifting 1,2,3 ratios higher by that amount (4th is direct 1:1).

    Unlike in the W58 the 5th/overdrive gear set was changed to create a smaller rpm drop between 4th & 5th gears so as to remain close to the overdrive ratio seen in the other boxes.

    The rest of the transmission remains unchanged.


    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.285:1
    Second Gear: 1.894:1
    Third Gear: 1.275:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.861:1
    Reverse: -3.768:1
    Applications:

    1983-1986 Toyota Supra MK 2 in certain non-US markets.
    1986 Toyota Crown
    1986 Toyota Cressida

    W58
    This transmission is very popular as a replacement of other vehicles' weak stock transmissions. It came in two varieties: the original found in the 1982-1989 non-turbo Supras, Celicas and Cressidas of the early 1980's; and the version found in Mk3, Mk 4 Supras and Lexus SC 300s. The latter version has some differences from the earlier version.

    Toyota lists a change from an alloy sandwich plate to a steel sandwich plate around 1989. The steel sandwich plate has some minor internal differences, and it is believed to be slightly stronger (some wider bearings, some wider gears, slightly different gear selection mechanism etc). In theory the all alloy version of the W58 should be the exact same strength as any other all alloy W-Series transmission. The steel plate version is considered much harder to find and worth approximately three to five times as much as an all alloy version.

    The ratios and bolt patterns remain the same regardless of the sandwich plate used.

    The W58 & W57 share the highest gearing and closest ratios (1st,2nd,3rd distance to 4th/Direct) of any of the stock W-Series transmissions.

    The ratio shift was accomplished by taking the W55 base ratios and changing the input shaft to intermediate shaft ratio by 7.9%, thus shifting 1,2,3 ratios higher by that amount (4th is direct 1:1), this also shifted 5th/overdrive gear higher by the same amount creating a wider/taller overdrive ratio.

    The W58 is sometimes designated as a "Close-ratio transmission", however in its stock form it does not meet all the criteria for a Close-ratio box.

    Many people have the opinion that the W58 has the best gear ratios of all the W-Series for "road car" use, this seems to be supported by the favor that Toyota has shown to the W58 by including it in so many models and even building a stronger version for higher powered applications.




    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.285:1
    Second Gear: 1.894:1
    Third Gear: 1.275:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.783:1
    Reverse: -3.768:1
    Applications:

    1982-1986 Toyota MK 2 Celica Supra
    1986-1992 Toyota MK 3 non-turbo Supra
    1993-1998 Toyota MK 4 non-turbo Supra
    1986 Toyota Cressida
    1986 Toyota Soarer
    1982-1985 Toyota Celica
    1982-1992 Lotus Excel

    W59
    A common truck transmission, this was the successor to the W56. Like the W56, it came in both 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive versions.

    This model appears to have a combination of ratios used in older models of the W-series.

    1st and 2nd are low ratios like in the W56 for use to get a heavy vehicle moving.
    3rd ratio is the same as in the W57/W58 for a lower rpm drop between 3rd & 4th useful in high-speed acceleration.
    4th is direct 1:1 as per design in these boxes.
    5th seems to be the base W55 overdrive ratio.

    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.954:1
    Second Gear: 2.141:1
    Third Gear: 1.275:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.85:1
    Applications:

    Toyota Tacoma
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    Toyota K transmission
    Toyota Motor Corporation's K family is a series of 4 and 5-speed light/medium-duty transmissions found in Toyota Corollas and Starlets.


    K40
    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.789:1
    Second Gear: 2.220:1
    Third Gear: 1.435:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Applications:

    All 4-speed Starlets and Corollas with K-series engines
    KM20 series LiteAces that were fitted with K-series engines had a standard K40 fitted with a column shifter

    K50
    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.789:1
    Second Gear: 2.220:1
    Third Gear: 1.435:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.865:1
    Applications:

    All 5-speed Starlets and Corollas with K-series engines.
    1986 Corolla with 3A-U and 4A-U engines.
    KM20 series LiteAces were fitted with K50 transmissions to 4K and 5K engines as an option, and to the 7K as standard.
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    Toyota P transmission
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    Toyota Motor Corporation's P family is a family of light/medium-duty transmissions found in Toyota cars. They use Porsche-type synchronizers.

    P51
    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.525:1
    Second Gear: 2.054:1
    Third Gear: 1.396:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.859:1
    Applications:

    *1974-1981 Celica with 18R-G engine
    *1974-1981 Carina with 18R-G engine
    *1974-1981 Corona with 18R-G engine
    *1974-1981 Mark II / Cressida with 18R-G engine

    *was actually used from 1973 (source: river)
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    Toyota R transmission
    Toyota Motor Corporation's R family is a family of 5-speed RWD/4WD transmissions built by Aisin. They share much in common (such as the bell housing-to-body bolt patterns) with the General Motors AR-5 (titled MA-5 internally by GM), Jeep AX-15, NV3550, and Isuzu AR5 transmissions.


    R150
    A 2WD transmission found in many Toyota trucks.

    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.830:1
    Second Gear: 2.062:1
    Third Gear: 1.436:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.838:1

    R150F
    A 4WD transmission found in many Toyota trucks.

    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.830:1
    Second Gear: 2.062:1
    Third Gear: 1.436:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.838:1

    R151F
    A 4WD transmission found in many Toyota trucks.

    Ratios:

    First Gear: 4.313:1
    Second Gear: 2.330:1
    Third Gear: 1.436:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.838:1

    R154
    This is a robust 5-speed transmission found in the MKIII Supra Turbo and Toyota Soarer (turbo) up to 2001.

    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.250:1
    Second Gear: 1.955:1
    Third Gear: 1.310:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.753:1
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    This info i think is a direct copy from wikipedia.
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    Toyota T transmission
    Toyota Motor Corporation's T family is a family of 4-speed and 5-speed light/medium-duty transmissions found in Toyota cars.


    T40

    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.587:1
    Second Gear: 2.022:1
    Third Gear: 1.384:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Applications:

    1982 Corona with 3A engine
    1983 Corona with 1S/3T-E engine
    1983 Carina with 3A engine
    1983 Celica with 1S engine




    T50
    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.587:1
    Second Gear: 2.022:1
    Third Gear: 1.384:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.861:1
    Applications:

    1982-1983 Carina with 3A/1S/3T-E engine
    1982 Corona with 1S engine
    1983 Celica with 3T-E/2T-E engine
    1984 Corolla with 2A engine
    1986 Corolla with 4A-GEU/3A-U/4A-U engine
    Notes:

    Comes in two varieties: 20 and 22-splines on the input shaft.
    There are several aftermarket companies, like TRD and Quaife, who sell different gears for the T50 transmission.
    TRD package #1 ratios:

    First Gear: 2.630:1
    Second Gear: 1.891:1
    Third Gear: 1.380:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.861:1
    TRD package #2 ratios:

    First Gear: 2.341:1
    Second Gear: 1.607:1
    Third Gear: 1.195:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.00:1
    Fifth Gear: 0.886:1
    Quaife ratios:

    First Gear: 2.347:1
    Second Gear: 1.733:1
    Third Gear: 1.379:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.144:1
    Fifth Gear: 1.00:1
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    Toyota V transmission
    Toyota Motor Corporation's V family is a family of transmissions built by Getrag. It is designated by Getrag as a type 233 transmission.


    V160
    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.830:1
    Second Gear: 2.360:1
    Third Gear: 1.680:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.310:1
    Fifth Gear: 1:1
    Sixth Gear: 0.790:1
    Applications:

    1993-May 1996 Supra turbo

    V161
    Ratios:

    First Gear: 3.724:1
    Second Gear: 2.246:1
    Third Gear: 1.541:1
    Fourth Gear: 1.205:1
    Fifth Gear: 1:1
    Sixth Gear: 0.818:1
    Applications:

    June 1996-? Supra turbo
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    Hi,

    The P51 was also used in some (2 door?) Crowns, but Josh or Rod (or someone more conversant with Crowns) may be able to illuminate us further.

    The P51 was used from 1973, not 1974.

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    updated....

    but realise i copied it directly, so im not going to guarantee the accuracy
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    What about E series? Anyone
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    i guess FWD's are cars too

    just had a look and the links for E series in answers.com and wikipedia dont exist
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    Who said anything about FWD?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squid
    What about E series? Anyone
    Lol i can give you the FWD e58!

    1st: 3.21 {45/14}
    2nd: 2.00 {45/22}
    3rd: 1.50 {40/30}
    4th: 0.9722 {35/35}
    5th: 0.8205 {39/32}

    Diff: 3.94

    I know the above to be correct because i counted every single tooth myself!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squid
    Who said anything about FWD?
    E-series are both FWD and east-west 4WD.... both fall under the same category of "FWD-type" IMO.
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    S series?

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