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    hi guys,

    just wondering what gearboxes came in which cars like what gear boxes came in each of the xe7x's and what cars would i find t-50's and w5x's in?
    and what are the specs of each

    thanks

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    w5's corona's and supra's probaly more aswell(celicas aswell i think)
    t50's AE71 T18's ae86's. that's all i can think of at the moment

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    Is the T18 T50 slightly different?

    Different input shafts or something?

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    T18 T50s have a 20 spline output shaft compared to the AE71/AE86's 22 spline. Not sure about input.

    TA22s also had T50s, but are pretty shit to be using in a E7 or 86 from what I've read. Wrong shifter position etc.

    More info in this thread,
    http://ae86drivingclub.com.au/forums...hlight=gearbox
    Last edited by adam; 5th March 2009 at 09:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam View Post
    T18 T50s have a 20 spline output shaft compared to the AE71/AE86's 22 spline. Not sure about input.

    TA22s also had T50s, but are pretty shit to be using in a E7 or 86 from what I've read. Wrong shifter position etc.

    More info in this thread,
    http://ae86drivingclub.com.au/forums...hlight=gearbox
    Absolutely correct.

    Corona
    Anything pre RT104 uses a W40, Some RT104's have W50's.
    XT130 - Borgwarner, good for nothign
    RT132 / RT133 - W50
    ST141 - Borgwarner, good for little apart from 3S conversion
    RT142 - W55

    Celica -
    TA22 - As above, T-50, not suitable A Motor application (T motor only)
    RA28 - W50 / P51
    RA40 - W50?
    RA60 - W55
    SA63 - W55
    RA65 - W55/W57

    Supra -
    MA40 - W50
    MA61 - W58
    GA70 / MA70 - W58
    JZA70 turbo - R154
    JZA70 non turbo - W58
    JZA80 turbo - V160 / V161
    JZA80 non turbo - W58?! (steel case version?!)
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    The Celica is fully imported, so SA63 box is a W series.
    RA40 is mechanicaly the same as RA23/28, so W50 yes.

    Early T18 has same output spline as TA22 and KE30.
    Late T18 has same output spline as AE86.

    The TA22 box can be used, either for parts, or a replacement gearbox if you swap some parts over.

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    Above posted edited to reflect new info. Thanks johnny.
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    and what is in the corollas?

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    What Corolla?

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    Quote Originally Posted by squish_m8 View Post
    and what is in the corollas?
    KE10 - K40
    KE20 - K40
    KE30 - K40
    KE55 - K40/K50
    KE70 - K40/K50
    AE71 - T-50
    AE82 onwards - FWD

    Early (pre KE70) K50's will not suit KE70, the extension housings are different. You can swap them if you want. I didn't list corolla because i thought it was common knowledge.
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