Part, weight (lbs richmond 6ps 120.0, lakewood scattershield/plate.85, gM Clutch fork.25, gM Torque Arm.4.
If you need a clutch as well, Centerforce can make all this happen with an excellent Dual Friction assembly, but suggested retail on this is just over 700 (not including the flywheel).
Richmond 6 speed (Weight: 120 lbs.).
What are the disadvantages?2266 Crosswind Drive, Prescott Arizona 86301 (520).This necessitated using an aftermarket extension housing that moves the shifter location forward about 23/8 inches.You can purchase this directly from the dealership already filled with fluid, bled, and ready to install for around.This trans comes with a longer input shaft to mate to the deeper T5 bellhousing, along with a -inch-thick steel plate that bolts between the trans and the bellhousing to adapt the T56 bolt pattern to the T5 bellhousing.Custom fabricated cross member for my installation.That means that you dont need a real deep rear gear to make this box fun.The lower portion actually mounts the master cylinder at a 21-degree angle to compensate for the stock firewall angle of the new Camaro.The engines that the author refers to in his article are the.8,.3,.7 and.0 engines because they share the same platform and most parts with the actual.7 aluminum LS1 engines.Installation note: The transmission tunnel did NOT have enough room to clear the speedo angle unit.According to Conley, there are probably better ways to do this, but it worked for him.
Theres a reason why the factory went with.42 rear gear ratio.
John Wilsonanother Bow Tie swapperperformed a similar trade in his early Camaro.
According to Stielow, the weak link is the stock output shaft, especially if its subjected to slicks and lots of torque.The only tricks involve adapting the hydraulic clutch master cylinder to the firewall, modifying the rear trans mount or location, and shortening the driveshaft.I used a GM aluminum drive shaft weighing in.1 lbs.The following shows the installation of a Richmond 6 speed manual transmission in a third generation (1982-1992) Chevy Camaro.First it was the lowly three-speed.