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y2k R # 30 sequential t56 install and dyno testing videos

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  1. Bill Anderson

    Bill Anderson Member Established Member

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    PPG / MTI sequential t56 install and testing

    Bethlehem-20150624-00100.jpg Bethlehem-20150624-00101.jpg Bethlehem-20150624-00102.jpg Bethlehem-20150624-00103.jpg [video=youtube;Vc7cVe5t4yo]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vc7cVe5t4yo[/video][video=youtube;LqBevx1akNk]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqBevx1akNk[/video]
     
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  2. flattrack53

    flattrack53 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Wow, that sequential shifter setup is pretty darn sweet. I saw a few videos of a company that was doing them for a t56... But I didn't know they went to production. If I may ask, what did it cost for the parts to do the conversion?
     
  3. Bill Anderson

    Bill Anderson Member Established Member

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    the kit runs 15k and includes everything needed to do the conversion. 3 gear ratios are available, a 2.94 low (very similar to the 2.97 gearset in our cars), a closer ratio 2.44 low and a 3rd gearset with no overdrive. kind of pricey, but cheaper than the current sequentials out there and will bolt in with no mods with the exception of having to remove the 1/4 inch spacer between the trans and the crossmember that ford put in when they lowered the engine in the chassis so that the selector box on the top will clear the tunnel, the spacer was put in to maintain a better angle at the slip yoke, but I cant tell any difference. And they are rated at 1000 flywheel hp, which the other sequentials are about half that....ppg in australia is the company supplying the kits. a small amount of machine work to the case and the front cover is required to install the kit.

    everything needed is included with the exception of the flatshift ecu from geartronics which is another 300 bucks, not needed, but you will have to use the clutch or let off the throttle when changing gears to unload the dogs.

    MTI racing here in Atlanta built the 1st ones to use in corvettes, they have a few videos out there using them...the one for my car and a viper were the 1st non-vette t56's they did...
     
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  4. el jefe 302

    el jefe 302 Making all kinds of gainz Established Member

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    Man that is cool!
     
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    Vert cool!
     
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    Very cool.
     

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