We are now offereing a rebuild service for 2000-2005 Audi S4, A6, and allroad O1E transmission. Andys That depends on the seller. I'm hoping the answer is something that can be found at a local metropolitan dismantler. Mike, Do those Ebay sellers arrange shipping, or do you have to arrange it? I should add, you will need to fabricate linkage or modify Boxster linkage to make it shift. This audi numbers realy make me confused. These are built to order and build time is approx 4 to 6 weeks.
I agree that it's a little pricey. I guess it's where you live and what you see. Plus the array of gears and differentials available for the gearbox is good. The Audi transmission stubs are available in 130mm and 100mm bolt patterns. By the way, Thanks for taking the time to contribute.
Hello all, I am new to this forum but so far have got a lot of very useful info with regards to transaxles. Here is a crappy pic. The shifter on the 944 016 goes through the bell housing into the torque tube. Curmudgeon wrote: Or you could cobble up something of your own. It will be okay as long as your gentle with it, however I've seen crown gears chip and first gears erode if abused with that kind of power.
Anyway it was a solid weekend's work, but he did drive it home late Sunday night. I could not find a dismantler that would sell me stubs without a tranny. Options below are priced only with the transmission. Only the B5s used a different subframe I am pretty sure. This amount is subject to change until you make payment. The internals are different from the 2 wheel drive version to the 4 wheel drive version.
Remanufactured audi transmissions models Model Year Engine Transmission Code Your cost Core deposit more info 100 1989-97 V6 2. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Programme This amount includes applicable customs duties, taxes, brokerage and other fees. No core charge, I think it's new but I don't know how to verify because it does have the X. I mean, had it been today, he would have been fired for ober-engineering that thing! I am building a road car, its going to be a first in the world engine wise I hope. Back in those days, wreckers seldomly split the motors and transmissions, so finding a trans without the motor attached was not easy. You would need to machine a spacer to match the pressed on unit on the 100mm to put a 108mm into a 5 speed. After that he figured the converter would break.
With a few bolt ons, that engine is capable of 400 reliable horsepower. Larger gear width to hold more torque. And what model car would I have to get them from? The internal pistons can also be overextended and ejected from the cylinder requiring replacement. There are several places like 034 Motorsport that can get you one. If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag.
The weight of the vehicle in my head will be about 2200lbs. I've been dealing with him over my project here within the past few weeks and he's a really good guy, smart in his business. Some of our flywheels can be Lightened for an additional charge. Stole it from this thread. Pros: Kennedy already makes adapters and there is a company that makes cable shifters for most of them.
So theoretically it's possible to use a T56 or similar, make a custom extension housing and output shaft, then adapt the chain drive setup to spin the diff. The Boxster's been around long enough that parts should be more readily available from the salvage yards. The chain drive does not transmit power from the trans to the diff. For some reason I thought the later 914s used a 915. I'd heard they only came in auto, or maybe that's all anyone found in the junkyards. But due to the rearward diff placement it's going to move the engine further forward in the car. Seem that Murphy was quite the optimist compared to the kraut who designed the tranny's back then.
The smaller first gears on the 01E also have lots of issues, where the 016 dosen't, or at least none i've seen or heard. Now both my trannies are 108mm so I can swap back and forth. I chose to machine down the 130mm stub and weld on a 108mm adapter from Patrick Motorsports. The 108mm stub looks just like this without the bearings and spacer. May All Your Car Troubles be as Few and as Far Apart as West Virgina Teeth.