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Old 09-26-2019, 02:00 PM   #781
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Has anyone used poly trans mount with mazworx Kit I got the nismo mount and it moves all over the place
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Old 11-12-2019, 07:54 PM   #782
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Love the thread. Anyone have success with the Autotech plate on KA24de? If so what clutch is needed? Any other hiccups with the swap?
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Old 11-13-2019, 08:12 AM   #783
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I popped a use OEM shift bushing on the Gteck shifter it doesnt rattle anymore.

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Brass or Nylon?

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Has anyone used poly trans mount with mazworx Kit I got the nismo mount and it moves all over the place
Also curious, mine seems floppy as well.
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Old 11-13-2019, 10:30 AM   #784
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Nylon. I've gone back to brass from a SR trans as the nylon started to split. I wonder if the shifter hole is slightly bigger then a ka/sr shifter bush.

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Old 11-18-2019, 09:35 AM   #785
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What trans fluid is everyone using?
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Old 11-18-2019, 09:57 AM   #786
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Mixture of Shockproof and MT90 (2 parts MT90 : 1 part shockproof)
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Old 11-18-2019, 09:58 AM   #787
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Bouncing off the 8K rev limit in 3rd gear and I experience no lockout.

JK41 gearbox ix sweet!
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Old 11-18-2019, 10:24 AM   #788
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What trans fluid is everyone using?
Redline MT85 is what's recommended for the CD/JK trans. MT90 is a little too thick and causes notchy shifts. Still the same GL4 requirement we're used to on the SR/KA trannies though.
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Old 11-18-2019, 12:17 PM   #789
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Hey guys, I’m working on a vh swap with a cd009 and was wondering if it matters if I go with a 03-06 z clutch or 07+ clutch, I’m going to most likely use the Collins adapter and it says I use a z33 flywheel and clutch, and I found a good deal on a 07+ clutch... soo... yea?
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Hey guys, Iím working on a vh swap with a cd009 and was wondering if it matters if I go with a 03-06 z clutch or 07+ clutch, Iím going to most likely use the Collins adapter and it says I use a z33 flywheel and clutch, and I found a good deal on a 07+ clutch... soo... yea?
07+ is the JK trans and the flywheel and clutch is slightly different. Stick with 03-06 as recommended, unless they specify the JK trans.
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Old 11-19-2019, 09:42 AM   #791
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Mixture of Shockproof and MT90 (2 parts MT90 : 1 part shockproof)
Which shockproof did you use? Superlight, Light, Or Heavy?
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Old 11-19-2019, 11:21 AM   #792
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Red Line (50304) MT-90 75W-90 GL-4 Manual Transmission and Transaxle Lubricant - 1 Quart (x2)

Red Line 58204 Heavy ShockProof Gear Oil - 1 Quart Bottle (x 1)

I have zero issues with the cold climate as mentioned (car was driven the last few days for shakedown with outside ambient temps of during startup of 37, 35 and 34 degrees F respectively). No gearbox dragging, etc. I am also on a twin plate ATS carbon clutch (if that's of any benefit to the discussion/talk about tranny and clutch drag)

Also, ZERO issues with notchy shifting ad mentioned by LoST above.

Either way, after the first minute, if there are any issues, the gearbox itself is WELL above ambient temp for any issues with shifting or drag to be mitigated.

I am on the Mazworx bell housing and Hook shifter/shift bracket. I also have an extended weighted shift knob with aids in shift effort.

08 JK41 gearbox.
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Old 11-19-2019, 02:12 PM   #793
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Red Line (50304) MT-90 75W-90 GL-4 Manual Transmission and Transaxle Lubricant - 1 Quart (x2)

Red Line 58204 Heavy ShockProof Gear Oil - 1 Quart Bottle (x 1)

I have zero issues with the cold climate as mentioned (car was driven the last few days for shakedown with outside ambient temps of during startup of 37, 35 and 34 degrees F respectively). No gearbox dragging, etc. I am also on a twin plate ATS carbon clutch (if that's of any benefit to the discussion/talk about tranny and clutch drag)

Also, ZERO issues with notchy shifting ad mentioned by LoST above.

Either way, after the first minute, if there are any issues, the gearbox itself is WELL above ambient temp for any issues with shifting or drag to be mitigated.

I am on the Mazworx bell housing and Hook shifter/shift bracket. I also have an extended weighted shift knob with aids in shift effort.

08 JK41 gearbox.
awesome thanks for the info. I'll be on a cd009 transmission. Just waiting on the the bellhousing to come back from Maverick Motorsports and also my driveshaft from shaftmasters
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Old 12-01-2019, 06:28 PM   #794
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I'm using the Maverick Motorsports adapter plate. Having issues with them answering emails and the status of my bell housing machining order. Been two weeks and I'm trying to get my car done for an upcoming event.

I happen to have a spare bell housing that I'm going to bring to a local machine shop. Does anyone know how much of the bellhousing need to be machined off to use with MM adapter plate? I've read 14mm off some other forum but am unsure.
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Old 12-01-2019, 08:04 PM   #795
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I'm using the Maverick Motorsports adapter plate. Having issues with them answering emails and the status of my bell housing machining order. Been two weeks and I'm trying to get my car done for an upcoming event.

I happen to have a spare bell housing that I'm going to bring to a local machine shop. Does anyone know how much of the bellhousing need to be machined off to use with MM adapter plate? I've read 14mm off some other forum but am unsure.
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Old 12-02-2019, 09:58 AM   #796
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hi there! i wonder to swap cd009 in my s15 with sr20det. I was looking for cd009 so long time in Russia, but cant find it, however, i saw a few g37 mech.transmission. could anyone tell me is there difference between transmissions 350z/370z (cd009 vq35hr) and g37?
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Old 12-04-2019, 06:47 AM   #797
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Same problem here. I cant find a second hand cd009/A , but there are quite some HR around.

I heard it still requires a non HR bellhousing and a bearing change to make the swap, so back to square "i cant find a non HR bellhousing" one...
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Old 12-04-2019, 07:16 AM   #798
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I thought they were the same transmission between the Z and G. Unless Nissan didn't parts share like they always do.
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I thought they were the same transmission between the Z and G. Unless Nissan didn't parts share like they always do.
They are the same between the two. The problem is only the VQ35DE cars had the CD0 series trans, and the VQ35HR/VQ37VHR engines got the JK1 series trans. People also mistakenly call ALL Z33 trans CD009, when there's several revisions (CD007,8, & A), and the 07-08 HR cars got the JK trans.

Internals are the same between CD/JK trans, but the bell housing bolt pattern is slightly different (starter is on opposite side on the HR/VHR engine). Might be an issue for the plate style adapters, but shouldn't be much of a problem for the adapters the replace the bell housing. I believe this thread even covers what adapters work with the 370Z (JK) trans. Just scroll back to the beginning. This problem should be solved by now, considering the 370Z has been on the market 10 years now, and the CD00x cars were only around 02-06.
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