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Thread: Building a Transmission Gear Cuff for the P11 2000-2002

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2014-01-05 14:08:43
Got to look at the diff. Not sure I can do anything there. Only option would be a billet outer case and beefed up pumpkin to accept a flat bearing.
2014-01-05 15:05:09
Here is the 1-1 3D printed cuff out of Nylon. It's rounded off to the closest MM just for simplicity purposes. This way i can make adjustments prior to getting the billet cut.

2014-01-05 23:54:07
Looking good Dave!
2014-01-07 22:59:50
Thanks Doug. 3D Part came in today. Will get it installed tomorrow.
2014-01-09 12:36:09
I didn't even know this section was here. I just happened to be checking the new posts and found it.
This is a great idea and glad to see it coming to life. I know Mfactory didn't think it was worth it but we know different.
I will be watching very close. If you need help with anything let me know.
2014-01-09 12:47:28
It was a good thing I decided to order it in 3D. Turns out I miscalculated the distance between shafts. Corrected print should be here tomorrow
2014-01-09 15:06:15
That's all part of fabricating. The case is actually what keeps the shafts in place and it's impossible to measure with it on.
2014-01-10 14:52:58
Here is the quick and dirty. So far so good. I might not need spacers but I wouldn't be able to tell until I press the reverse gear and upper bearings back in but I can't just yet since my input shaft bearing was messed up from the start. When I get the input shaft I can install it with the upper case to make sure we're all good and then I'll make it out of actual billet

Last edited by Dave_SR20 on 2014-01-10 at 14-54-41.
2014-01-10 16:28:30
awesome dave people have been stepping it up lately its really great to see
2014-01-10 17:03:02
Thanks Alex. I hoping everything works out for the best. The actual billet pc will be tested on the dyno and track. Gives me encouragement to actually finish my car too lol
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