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ibakes

posted on 27/10/17 at 07:46 AM Reply With Quote
Gearbox and Duratac bits

Hi All

Im looking for an upgraded type 9 box, small input, something similar to BGH E6/E7 kits, but will consider anything that may be available.

Also looking for a shallow sump/cams/piston/alternator kit/throttle bodies/flywheel and clutch (to fit a standard starter with Raceline bell housing)

if any one has anything that may be of interest or can recommend any websites then please let me know of then please let me know.

thanks in advance

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FuryRebuild

posted on 27/10/17 at 02:34 PM Reply With Quote
I have a 4 speed box with quaife internals, and the uprated quaife top plate if youíre interested. I donít have a spare bell-housing though.

Thanks
M





When all you have is a hammer, everything around you is a nail.

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ibakes

posted on 27/10/17 at 02:48 PM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by FuryRebuild
I have a 4 speed box with quaife internals, and the uprated quaife top plate if youíre interested. I donít have a spare bell-housing though.

Thanks
M


Is that the type 9 (4speed)? and what are the ratio's please

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cosmicicecreamman

posted on 27/10/17 at 10:33 PM Reply With Quote
I have an ST150 Duratec flywheel if that's suitable?
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ibakes

posted on 30/10/17 at 08:56 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by cosmicicecreamman
I have an ST150 Duratec flywheel if that's suitable?


I already have one of them, but many thanks

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