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1969honda last won the day on September 30 2017

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  1. I don't think the gearing really is the reason for more swaps, I think it's just it's an import transmission, holds lots of power and brand new costs about as much as a used T56. CD009 3.79 2.32 1.62 1.27 1.00 0.79 and reverse 3.45 T56 Wide 2.97 2.07 1.43 1.00 0.80 0.62 and reverse 3.28 T56 Narrow 2.66 1.78 1.30 1.00 0.74 0.50 and reverse 2.90
  2. That grannas racing website appears to be using the sikky remote shifter (https://www.sikky.com/product/t56-shifter-relocation-kit/) which I've read can feel vague due to the remote mount. The new fbody Magnum coming out would definitely be a step in the right direction. A brand new CD009 is like $1700 from Nissan though and would hold up really well.
  3. If it's actually galled and threaded on to the shaft you might try a nut spliter so you don't screw up any misaligned threads on the way off.
  4. Jeff is there a way I could get a copy of this as well?
  5. Pull the bell housing off the t-56 (easier to handle that a full transmission) and you should see that all of the holes but one should line up from what I've researched. After that your should be able to call a reputable clutch/flywheel suppliers and source the rest off the shelf. You can also switch the mid plate, input shaft and bell for the lt1 trans if you don't want a hydraulic release bearing.
  6. IIRC @texis30O has a Maggie charged LS2 in his stable of Zs.
  7. I would say check out 5523motorsports as well. They do a lot of Nissan performance oriented engine builds from all generations of Nissan engines. Nick is very well versed on the different Nissan l6 engines and has a real passion for being meticulous and thorough when it comes to engine builds. https://5523motorsports.com
  8. Glad to hear the move went smoothly, that engine bay looks so sweet with the m122!
  9. @@jpndave has also done some research and coated his own parts on a different LSx build he did for his JKU. He might chime in with some good info and personal experience. I've read a bit about it and TBCs definitely can help make power and increase longevity if your budget and goals are inline.
  10. Looks good, if the aluminum is a tad too thick you can always lightly score the inside of the bend with a saw/cutoff/Dremel etc... to make the brake line thinner. Good luck!
  11. I get a sound clip as well, keep The momentum up it's looking great!
  12. I like the look of your machined pieces much better, not to mention the reduced leak points from welds and joints. The Phoenix contact box looks interesting, I'll have to look that one up out of curiosity. Sounds like the swith to megasquirt is going well and wiring is fairly well sorted if you only have 2-3 wires crossed! Good luck with the short time frame and schedule!
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