Just curious if anyone has completed the cd009 swap on a 7mgte swap ? Search but not much information came up on swapping the cd009 onto the 7mgte beside the 1jz and 2jz. Any information would be great :bigok:
Alan, you're a badass! :beer:
Thank you !!! that really clears everything up ..
Correct. Can't remember if I met Wreckless before or after SupraForums but that's essentially where that comes from.I think that's my favorite post of the week. Thank you greatly, Captain (Alan, apparently!). The gearing really kills that whole project. Custom clutch, custom rear end, tunnel fab, shifter fab. Makes the investment for a 2JZ and V160/161 seem almost reasonable.
:wtflol::wtflol:I spoofed with the guys on JZXProject, told them that it was cut apart with a wood saw...
One guy actually fell for it... He didn't notice that it was bolted down to a milling machine.
I would explore all of the options out there before considering the effort behind getting a CD009 in and working properly.is the cd009 trans stonger than the r154?
i'd sure hope it is with how much work it is to fit then the issue of gearing and shifter placement. now that you can buy a new r154 seems like there's no reason of swapping unless you want to run 800whp or more and really hammer it.
That would be awesome. But if not that's on my list of projects after I get my MKIII back up and running.If I can, I will try to get the guy who bought my Tremec adaptor to take it some where, and scan it, so it can be duplicated.
They are for the JZX100 chassis so they are intended for a 1JZ. The bellhousing bolt pattern is the same as your standard R154 though so you can bolt a 7M bellhousing on. The tail housing is designed for a tripod mount shifter so you will have to buy the adapter kit from Driftmotion to fit into a MKIII.Are these new R-154s for the 7M-GTE or only for the 1JZ cars?