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

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2014-01-10 17:20:36
Great job Dave. Hopefully this will keep my P11 transmission hopes alive. 6 speed is very nice, but this will be a better option for me. Did you use Inventor or Solid Works to create the part?
Last edited by MR-4Door-SR20DET on 2014-02-03 at 14-54-26. Reason: type-o
2014-01-10 19:17:45
Thanks Reese. I'm using a local 3D printing company to print the design and do the CAD file at the same time. I also have the machinist lined up waiting on the finish designed and copy of that CAD file and he will cut it with the CNC machine.
2014-01-10 21:05:07
Very good progress.
2014-01-10 21:09:26
It will slow down for the next week or so until I get my input shaft bearing in.
2014-01-12 00:06:15
I'm willing to give it a try. I will slap a tranny together just to see if it will hold. If it handles a few pulls at high boost and don't strip the gears, it's game on. Normally my tranny can't handle the power.
2014-01-12 02:03:46
^Perfect candidate.

Kind of wish it would work on the B13/B14 stacks as I would buy one. Love how you guys are stepping it up this year. Good shit Dave. No more games!
2014-01-12 02:23:44
I'll look into the B13/B14 next. I already have a 32V opened in the garage
2014-01-12 03:00:20
Keep me posted. Even though I am planning on straight cuts it doesn't hurt to have the extra piece of mind.
2014-01-12 09:16:16
Dave that is awesome. Great work. Is fitment different for the B15 box?
2014-01-12 11:18:48
It should fit the B15 as well. It doesn't extend pass the selector forks so it case wouldn't matter
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