In fact, this gearbox is used on the E39 M5, E46 M3 and the Toyota Supra of the late 1990's. I know christy carpenter has a v160 box and can supply an adaptor plate to fit an sr20 engine! The only thing i dont really like is the 5th and last gear is 1:1 - and thats a bit short when you have to driver longer distances. Can you choose your attitude? On this basis I would still prefer to know that what goes in is the correct stuff. However, is it a learned behaviour or simply in us? Would anyone know the Getrag designation for the 850 tranny? Mobil and Shell also have no recommendations for the car. .
Prior to undertaking the task, I did prior research into what should be used for my 1996 M3 Evo with the 6-Speed Getrag S6S 420G gearbox. With the dealers being closed to revealing what the oil is and insufficient local technical support, it is nothing but a nuissance! Link to rebuild pdf for supra box: Its the syncros that go on the R34 boxes, especially 3rd gear. I really don't know the answer I wish I did! Cheers Jon I have a box here with 3rd gear blown out of it, may strip it down and find out what the problem is, i've had one of these fully rebuilt before for a customer, so i kinda know whats involved money wise and lets just say its not worth rebuilding one. The voltage will increase in conjunction with the horsepower. One told me that it is available only as a 20L drum. This lube is a high flowing manual transmission fluid of racing grade and fully synthetic. I'm not sure if 350z box internals are the same but they do sufffer from similar problems with 3rd.
Internal to Getrag, the Supra tranny is known as the type 233. A Simple Design: This machine is made of three windings in the exterior section with a simple rotating section, called the rotor. But they improoved it and did tripple synchos in for the later models. The box seems to be strong as its the same one running in some Infinty models like offroad cars and this sport coupe i forgot the name. The 420G is a 6-speed manufactured by. Just interested to know if its just interenet bollox or are they are identical.
Pardon my skepticism, but past experience is to blame. Good swap though if you have an adapter plate and if you can pick up a box with damaged syncros all the better. This gearbox was also used in the E34 M5, E36 M3, and E46 M3s with the , , and engines respectively. Because the changes in feel happened after the new oil, I must point my finger at that being the culprit and that the oil I have used to not be 100% correct equivalent of the original. This means that the ability to write new posts and access various member features will go away. I have now done further research and spoken further with the oil companies but feel none the wiser.
Among owners and mechanics, the transmission has a reputation for being strong, quiet, and routinely able to handle considerably more torque than its official rating. I kid you not, the guy at the dealer said this!!! Have seen boxes replaced but normally they allready have 3rd gear syncro problems first. An Understandable and Cost-Efficient Design: A permanent magnetic field is created in the stator, or stationary section, of the motor by either permanent magnets, which are common in fractional horsepower applications, or electromagnetic windings, which are used in applications that need five or more horsepower. No oil company in Australia have a recommendation as to what should go into these cars and all point to the dealer for servicing. Speed Control: With this type of machine, controlling the speed is simple. Furthermore, the V8 and smaller L6 transmissions also have different output flanges which can be swapped and input shafts which cannot, practically speaking. Admittedly I am somewhat pedantic and possibly over concerned, but I intend to drop this oil and seek the another alternative.
Because they say the 6 speed bmw box is also the same. The output torque is proportional to the current, so if you limit the current, you limit the torque it can take. I decided to do some preventative maintenance and changed my gearbox oil. Since doing this, first and second less so can be harder to get the gear into than before. Hello everyone, I'm new here and am trying to educate myself on the M73 motor. Miroslav on the forum can recommend a good oil for your box.
They weren't very good or durable. Main shaft bearings whine also. Load Control: The load, or torque, control is simple. I've seen supras do this too. You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.
Having used the car for about 600km since adding the oil, I am convinced that the shift offers a little resistance going into first or second when the car is simply sitting at the lights and I go to take the gear. They are designed with variable speed operation in mind, so they have heat control features that allow lower operating speeds. Please join the Roadfly Facebook Group where members will be more than happy to answer your questions and provide help. The only solution to a failed gearbox is a replacement transmission. Some people will say yes! The Z33 had 2 different boxes, the earlier ones with synchro problems on 3rd and 4th gear. People from both communities think it's the same transmission, however I'm not so sure. Secondly would anyone have pics of one? This is very interesting for M owners.
The higher the armature voltage, the faster the rotation, meanings that a faster speed. The Toyota bellhousing would not bot to the V12 etc. I would say the 350 box was weaker than R34, but its the syncros that let it down. As usual though its how you treat them that makes all the difference. Given that this gearbox is common to the E39 M5 and E46 M3, I also sought the specified oils for those and again no Australian oiler will recommend a lubricant and instead they again point to dealer servicing. I spoke to two dealers requesting the oil by part number and if I could buy by the litre.