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i have a question for you mantav8. I have 90 300zx with a chevy v8 in it. and i was just wondering what you needed to mate the r154 supra tranny to the chevy motor and what not. what parts did you use from the z and what parts you had to get elsewhere. my z is a auto so i was wondering if i will need some manual z parts thank you. your car is awesome!

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i have a question for you mantav8. I have 90 300zx with a chevy v8 in it. and i was just wondering what you needed to mate the r154 supra tranny to the chevy motor and what not. what parts did you use from the z and what parts you had to get elsewhere. my z is a auto so i was wondering if i will need some manual z parts thank you. your car is awesome!

 

Hi bud , i,ll let Darren ( mantav8) know your after a bit of info , i,m not sure if his computer,s up and running at the mo as he,s now living in Spain :eek:

As far as i can remember he bought a bell housing ( not sure what the american term is for this :rolleyes: ) from america which mated the Supra 5 speed manual box straight onto the Chevy engine and extended the gear selector to line up with the original gearlever hole in the transmission tunnel , i,ll give him a call tomorrow to see he can give you some more info.

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i have a question for you mantav8. I have 90 300zx with a chevy v8 in it. and i was just wondering what you needed to mate the r154 supra tranny to the chevy motor and what not. what parts did you use from the z and what parts you had to get elsewhere. my z is a auto so i was wondering if i will need some manual z parts thank you. your car is awesome!

 

Hi bud , i,ll let Darren ( mantav8) know your after a bit of info , i,m not sure if his computer,s up and running at the mo as he,s now living in Spain :eek:

As far as i can remember he bought a bell housing ( not sure what the american term is for this :rolleyes: ) from america which mated the Supra 5 speed manual box straight onto the Chevy engine and extended the gear selector to line up with the original gearlever hole in the transmission tunnel , i,ll give him a call tomorrow to see he can give you some more info.

Just a bit of something to watch .

http://video.google.co.uk/videoplay?docid=-7518555781716185118&q=mantav8

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I spoke to Darren , he got the bell housing from an Australian company that closed down soon after but he can,t remember the name :headvswal:headvswal

Sorry bud , not much help , i would have thought that if there are any conversions available America would be the place to find them :confused::confused:

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