Then you can just connect the two wires together with a splice and plug it back into the chassis plug. The weight trade-off is not that bad as the Iron block adds an additional 80lbs of weight over similar all-aluminum variations. Take the throwout bearing off of your 5 speed transmission if it has one on there and replace it with a new one if you have it it will come in a clutch kit. Bolt up the center coupling to the body 2-17mm. The Actuator sits on a small platform and there is a long metal arm that goes from the platform all the way down to the frame rail where it is held on by a single bolt. First do the brake pedal otherwise the clutch pedal will get in the way. The only real difference is the wiring, some minor modifications will need to be made to the harness removing the wires and connectors for one style transmission and replacing them with wires and connectors for the other style.
Keep the alignment tool in the clutch and the crankshaft — you will take it off later. In order for a car to stop without killing the engine, the wheels need to be disconnected from the engine somehow. Keep in mind that most of these motors will have clearance issues with accessories, intake and throttle body, so a new intake setup and accessory brackets will need to be purchased. In general the wiring conversion is a simple task with new connector pigtails easily sourced on the web. Get some of your friends to help with this part. Both styles in all markets share the same chassis, and with few exceptions, most components and features are identical.
Re-install the shifter rubber boot, the center console, and the shifter finisher plate and leather boot. Of course for high-horsepower and in this case, high torque applications a full cage is highly recommended as it is possible to twist up the whole car from the torque. Install console, and finisher plate with the upper leather shift boot. Any modifications push the power further up from there. But now you get to shift your car yourself. One of the top ones has a recirculation pipe bracket attached to it, the pipe runs down to the transmission — disconnect it and remove the bolt. To remove the bushing either chisel it out with an air chisel, or dremel which will take about 30 minutes to an hour or go rent a pilot bushing remover tool and slide hammer from autozone and use it which will take about 20 seconds.
It was built and delivered from Japan in about 4 weeks. Yes, pix with hands in them suck. There is no difference in the computer between one transmission type and the other. Unscrew the shift lever and remove the metal plate underneath. Remove the finisher plate and center console. The only bar confirmed to clear is the Sikky bar.
Disconnect these hardlines and pull them out. In general there are three options. The stopping power of well maintained factory brakes is fairly good, however their small size means that they become heat-soaked easily at which point stopping power becomes diminished. The dash does not need to be removed. It has also been confirmed that it clears a Nismo Power Brace.
Then, slowly raise the back of the transmission while you lower the front of the engine and reattach the cross member and bolt the cross member back in to hold the back of the transmission up. The gears can be swapped out but the whole rear-diff can be bolted right up as well. Slowly lower the transmission part way down and disconnect any of the wiring that you did not get before. Here's the text from Ross Tech's site should they ever go down: Login Note 1: After Login has been carried out you need to recode the control module. By comparison the R200 in an S-chassis has a 4. Like says, the cost can range from hundreds to thousands.
The results were staggering, the car was very quick. Finding the Parts Currently, the solution is not a simple bolt-on affair. Next, use the alignment tool and affix your clutch disc over the flywheel. Clean off your flywheel by spraying it with some carb cleaner or something similar. When the shifter is put in reverse, the sensor will complete the circuit and turn the reverse lights on. Then you unscrew the shift knob, and remove the boot, and then there is the rubber boot.
This arm interferes with most exhaust manifold setups. I think some of them even had plain jane stamped steel rims. Then, push on your manual transmission gasket it should align itself on some dowels 2. You can cut your auto brake pedal down to size with a grinder, dremel, etc. Another popular option among those who race their 240s in Time-Attack, Autocross and other motorsport are pieced together Koni or similar shocks with an adjustable Ground Control spring setup. Put the chain on and then turn the flywheel to add tension to the chain.
Two of the bellhousing bolts run through the starter, disconnect the starter before you take out these bolts then remove the starter. Computer for a manual transmission car. Best way is to rotate it till the loop faces down, and take a curved instrument like a pick and pull it out. Several kits offer custom long-tube headers designed for this swap that fit without issue. The Flywheel is bolted to the crankshaft of the motor. While the purchase drained the savings account completely, it was money well spent.