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Old 05-12-2016, 07:39 PM   #61
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Does anyone think this gps converter would work instead of the Dakota.
Looks like a good unit from the short search I found. It outputs to the stock spedo so it should work good.
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Definitely going to try it out.
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How many pulses is the stock speedo?


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Sometimes it's just better to wait and find a used one. I got my cd008 with only 12k on it for $400 on Craigslist. Just keep an eye out and search everywhere.
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There are a lot more floating around than you may think.
Try LKQ or even Ebay using the part numbers
32010-CD00A


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32010-CD009.





Another option is to literally buy a junkyard car from copart.com for like cheap as balls and rob the transmission from that.


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get a new one for $1800 https://conceptzperformance.com/niss...z33_p_2887.php and not deal with any wonders.
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http://loj-conversions-llc.myshopify...smission-mount


Slight solution for the speed sensor. Personally, an app on my phone is better for me than this kit- but just wanted to show you guys what Sylas had found
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OEM 240sx is 4 pulses per revolution
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Is that the mid mount or rear?
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I think that a Dakota signal converter might still be required for the gps speedometer, but if not that's a good thing.
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Ending in cd00A is now the revised part number for the 009.


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I know this is a CD009/CD00A thread, but I feel like we should bring up the difference in transmission models. Everyone seems to shy away from the earlier versions just because of the number on the side.

I'm personally using a CD001 transmission out of a v35 Skyline that has been upgraded with the CD009 synchros and throwout fork/pivot. Managed to get it cheap because of the number written on the side. The donor car had 60,000kms (40,000miles) when it was written off, and the internals look brand new (I was informed that the gearbox was rebuilt with the update kit not long before the car was crashed).

From what I can tell, the biggest issue with the earlier versions has to be the weaker throwout fork and longer pivot flexing, allowing the synchros to wear prematurely. That and people not knowing how to drive a manual.

Difference between throwout pivots:

New:


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I can't find images of the difference between the forks, but from what I have read, the earlier ones are weaker.

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2003 6MT
Double cone synchronizers in 1st and 2nd
No triple cone synchronizers

2004 6MT
Double cone synchronizers in 1st, 3rd, 4th
Triple cone synchronizer in 2nd

2005 CD008
Double cone synchronizers in 1st, 3rd, 4th
Triple cone synchronizer in 2nd

2005 CD009
Double cone synchronizer in 4th
Triple cone synchronizer in 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Gears not listed use a single cone synchroniser.

IIRC almost all of the transmissions made by Nissan prior to '99 used single cone sync rings almost exclusively. So as far as I'm concerned, there shouldn't be an issue running an earlier model 6 speed in your s-chassis as long as you use the upgraded throwout kit.

Please make note that the Synchroniser rings are generally a brass item that is made to wear. They aren't meant to be smashed into gear, they work like a clutch plate to lock the gears onto the shafts slowly, preventing damage elsewhere. They are going to wear out eventually with each gear change. This would mean that a city driven manual box with 50,000miles would probably be in worse condition than a highway driven box with 80,000miles.

TL;DR, if you want to drive like you're in the Fast and Furious, don't bloody whinge that your gears are grinding, buy a dog box instead. I hear Jericho's are cheap
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I'm glad that someone finally compiled all of this information into one thread! I'm in the process of doing a CD009 swap using the Collins adapter. Keep the information coming!
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Old 06-14-2016, 07:25 PM   #74
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Don't mean to thread jack, but does anyone out there have a spare oil gutter for a cd009(part number 32107-cd400)? They're discontinued and I misplaced mine!

This is what it looks like:
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Man I threw one of those away because I had no idea what it was or where it came from haha.


I've always been under the impression that you could not install a cd009 synchro set on an older model cd001-cd008 transmissions?
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Man I threw one of those away because I had no idea what it was or where it came from haha.
No way!! Jesse streeter is actually helping me out! They're still available in Japan but it's gonna take a month or so to get here! Thank you all that sent me links and info!

So this is something I was waiting for! I got the email last night and purchased the shifter with the cross member. I had originally ordered the maverick motorsports crossmember, but decided to wait for this one. I'll post screenshots from the email gktech sent last night.











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Here is a video showing the shifter out of a car showing how tight everything is: https://www.instagram.com/p/BFIfc6QHev3/

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Yep I was just about to post up about the GkTech email haha! Since I already have the Mazworx crossmember with my bellhousing kit I'll just keep that one.

I'm going to order the GkTech Shifter, solid trans mount, Upgraded clutch pivot ball since the Mazworx bellhousing uses the Sr fork and pivot, and might throw in the GK billet shift knob too.


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Does anyone think this gps converter would work instead of the Dakota.
Anyone try to run this?

Looking to do a GPS sensor to my 95 S14 Stock Cluster?
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A buddy and I were planning on running one from Amazon!

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/s/ref=i...sprefix=gps+sp
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Just to post some more info in here, those of you using the Mazworx bellhousing kit MUST either change the pilot bushing in the crankshaft to the revised and shorter Nissan needle bearing, or cut the copper bushing shorter by 1/8". If not the transmission input shaft will bottom out in the crank shaft and potentially damage thrust bearings etc, even after trimming the input shaft stub in accordance with the kit instructions.


Also, apparently the Tomei stroker cranks require the pilot to be trimmed even further than 1/8" as the crank is not machined out as deep as an oem crankshaft. Meaning the needle pilot can't be used as it cant be trimmed.
As far as I know nobody has tried it with a BC stroker crankshaft yet.


Regarding clutches, the Mazworks bellhousing was built around a Comp triple plate clutch just to make sure that it should fit any clutch option you could possible have lol.
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This gps signal converter needs no additional hardware. That means no Dakota box.
https://m.summitracing.com/parts/izl...FQYuaQodOfQD-g
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This gps signal converter needs no additional hardware. That means no Dakota box.
https://m.summitracing.com/parts/izl...FQYuaQodOfQD-g
Have you personally gotten this to work? How did you wire it? I'm under the impression that the s14 requires two signals to work
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So I have searched high and low and have not come up with a clear answer. I know the CD009 can handle some good power but what is the "threshold" for it? I have seen them behind 1krwhp 350z in one video, behind an LSx in another, behind an 2J in another but again no clear indication to the sweet spot before it grenades.
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That must mean there is no threshold. These transmissions are infinite in power.
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UPDATE:

Purchased this along with a Dakota Digital SGI-5 to convert the 8,000 down to a 2,000 Pulse.

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/izl-s9020



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Will update when wired in and if it works.
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UPDATE:

Purchased this along with a Dakota Digital SGI-5 to convert the 8,000 down to a 2,000 Pulse.

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/izl-s9020



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Will update when wired in and if it works.

Awesome news. You should include a full write up so lazy people like me don't have to spend all day researching it.

In other news Jason @ cbfperformance is doing a 50 order group buy on his rear mount shifter for $185. Let's support this American business and buy quality parts.
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