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thewightstuff

Gt3 Gearbox Into A C2? Are They Interchangeable

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anyone know if this is possible?

the physical mounting itself wouldnt be too tricky, just a few bracket swaps i expect, its whether things will mount up at the bellhousing end with the engine that concerns me. im assuming that the G96 from the C2 etc uses a different bellhousing pattern than the G96 used in the GT3 and the likes. it would make sense that this will be like that of the older G50.

its one of those things that a 10 second look at one of each off a car would let you know in a flash but without either here im left in the dark asking questions that are no doubt about to make me look stupid.

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anyone know if this is possible?

the physical mounting itself wouldnt be too tricky, just a few bracket swaps i expect, its whether things will mount up at the bellhousing end with the engine that concerns me. im assuming that the G96 from the C2 etc uses a different bellhousing pattern than the G96 used in the GT3 and the likes. it would make sense that this will be like that of the older G50.

its one of those things that a 10 second look at one of each off a car would let you know in a flash but without either here im left in the dark asking questions that are no doubt about to make me look stupid.

great question and im very curious as well :thumbup: Loren is pretty much the man here when it comes to the technical and hope to see a response from him.

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I do not know for sure whether they would mate up right or not.

Realize that there are substantial differences like the start mounts to the transmission on GT3 and on M96 it mounts to the engine. GT 3 uses 4 bolts engine to transmission and M96 uses 7. I think the GT3 transmission is physically longer also so the front mount would likely not line up.

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