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    Default Toyota (duh) RWD Gearbox comparisons

    so i figured i'd get the ball rolling (and the post count up ) by resubmitting side by side comparisons of toyota gearboxes.
    if you do resubmit pics from old, please give original author credit
    (is it possible to host these on toymods itself so they are not "lost"?)

    PLEASE DO NO POST CRAP COMMENTS OR "DOES THIS FIT BLAH BLAH" COMMENTS. i will aks for them to be removed my the mods.

    please DO post more pictures of different toyota gearboxes, especially of side by side comparisons of size or shifter position. (corrections are always welcome)

    from the big GT, J160 vs W58 vs T50 (corrected by Lambolica )



    from Buccy, V160


    from Wilbo666, Norbies Massif Dong V161


    and with a W58 rear housing (is it lined up as they would be in a car? ie shifter position comparison?
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    Default Re: Toyota (duh) RWD Gearbox comparisons

    from airbats801, mitsucrappy box (similar to K50/T50 by looks.. ie can't get much smaller)
    with an R154 on the right


    from crUZsida, W58 shifter positions (futherst forward one is still 1" back from T50?

    and W5X short shifter thread (with design files!) http://forums.toymods.org.au/index.p...rt=30&count=30

    from Cool1, W5X that is still a pretty massif dong..

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    Default Re: Toyota (duh) RWD Gearbox comparisons

    from Sprinter-Saurus, nite-parts W5X to 4AG bellhousing.






    so endeth part 1...

    Cya, Stewart
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    from Matt84
    celica?? T50
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    Default Re: Toyota (duh) RWD Gearbox comparisons

    extension housings of K40 gearboxes

    left is KE10 only
    middle is KE30/35/55, but KE20 position is same
    right is KE70 position
    each extension housing can be swapped with minimal fuss onto other front housings PROVIDED you also swap the shift rods at the same time (shift forks however are identical)


    K50 have a different extension housing, but same shifter position as the KE55 and KE70 above. they are a direct bolt across swap, no mucking around.

    KE70 have different rear mount.

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    Default Re: Toyota (duh) RWD Gearbox comparisons

    more W58 goodness

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    Default Re: Toyota (duh) RWD Gearbox comparisons

    Yet more W58 goodness. JZA80 external shifter housing compared to MA61 internal shifter housing.


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    Default Re: Toyota (duh) RWD Gearbox comparisons

    Need I mention these two links?

    http://www.conceptual.net.au/~peewee/yoda_boxes.html

    http://www.conceptual.net.au/~peewee...spd_boxes.html

    A43DE vs W50





    Castlemaine Rodshop 1UZFE Bellhousing on W57


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    Default Re: Toyota (duh) RWD Gearbox comparisons

    w58 vs r154
    in all the comparisons, the w58 is on the top






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    Default Re: Toyota (duh) RWD Gearbox comparisons

    Yes, but WTF are they?

    Matt84's box is the early Celica T50 with 20 spline output shaft.

    You can change extension housings on the T50 to give rear shift position on the TA22 gearset or front shift position on the AE86 gearset. May be useful in a conversion of some kind. The all selector gear also needs to be changed to effect the conversion.

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    Default Re: Toyota (duh) RWD Gearbox comparisons

    Quote Originally Posted by oldcorollas
    from crUZsida, W58 shifter positions (futherst forward one is still 1" back from T50?
    If you are talking about the above.
    Left = MA61, RA60, RA65
    Left + 1 = LX80 or LY80, we couldn't read the writing.
    Right - 1 = MA70, GA70
    Right = SA63
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