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Hoping to be able to use thes $speed in my set up instead of the Stumpy 5 speed, think its same or siliar size to stumpy 5 speed so can use auto 120y tail shaft still no mods

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TUF-110
Posted: 2008/9/27 5:44  Updated: 2008/9/27 5:44
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2007/5/23
From: Wagga Wagga, NSW
Posts: 1259
 Re: L series 4 speed
If youre car is origionaly a manual good luck fitting the box in pigdog started off by fitting a 4 speed and said he could not massage the tunnel enough to get clearence so he put in a 200b tunnel i think.I have a 180b sss box for sale which fits nicely in a manual tunnel but its a long box so you have to cut a new gearstick hole.

Jake

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unfamilia
Posted: 2008/9/27 5:48  Updated: 2008/9/27 5:48
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 Re: L series 4 speed
yeah have consulted piggy on this one heavily and been looking at his car a bit.

Going to use the 120y tunnel or maybe just bell housing bit of the tunnel as that where it fouls most on stock tunnel.

Just dont want the long box as cant justify modding the tail shaft when there are gear boxes that can use the factory stock 120y auto tail shaft.

Unless you have a tail shaft to suit the long box and h150?

long box also means the shifter is 2 inches further back and also pigdog used a 180b tunnel

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TUF-110
Posted: 2008/9/27 5:52  Updated: 2008/9/27 5:52
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
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From: Wagga Wagga, NSW
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 Re: L series 4 speed
Yerp I see your point mate piggy is definatly the l series 1200 guru.

No I dont sorry.

I would have thought a h150 would break with the almighty torque of the l series im using a 120y borgwarner which is apparently stronger than a h165.

Jake

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unfamilia
Posted: 2008/9/27 5:59  Updated: 2008/9/27 5:59
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
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From: Look who's back in town
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 Re: L series 4 speed
yeah borg warner would have been good, dont know if they are better than a h165 but they are both strong.

From what i have read up on the 120y exelent with the L series in japan, they had h150 in them, as only the aussie 120y sedan came with BW diffs.

H 150 should be ok providing im not dropping burnouts or hard launches (which i never do anyway).

So L16 or L18 torque should be ok behind the H150 rather than the L20

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Dodgeman
Posted: 2008/9/27 10:37  Updated: 2008/9/27 10:37
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From: Southern Tablelands N.S.W. Australia
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 Re: L series 4 speed
Both the PB110 & the PB210 Sunny Excellent used the H165 differential, not the H150.
[Source, PB110 & PB210 parts books.]

I wonder if this is where the "Ute" rear ends came from in the first place as very little modification would be required in production to adapt them to the Ute.

The only Aussie B210's to use the Borg Warner rear axle assemblies were locally assembled Sedans from July 1976.
Imported sedans & all other B210 models used the H150 from about 1975 & the H145 in 1974.

The gearbox in the photo looks to be the earlier type, up to about 1977/'78 with the monkey motion shifter mechanism at the base of the gearlever.

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baldy
Posted: 2008/9/27 11:17  Updated: 2008/9/27 11:17
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 Re: L series 4 speed
do you need some pics on the 120y tunnel in my car mik

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unfamilia
Posted: 2008/9/27 12:41  Updated: 2008/9/27 12:41
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From: Look who's back in town
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 Re: L series 4 speed
thanks dodge, the exelent model infor is hard to find and most in japanese i found. Had to use balefish :( to translate.

So this one is still same as stumpy in length and can get away with using the auto h150 tailshaft un modded?

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LAGWAGON
Posted: 2008/9/27 13:10  Updated: 2008/9/27 13:10
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From: Melbourne Vic
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 Re: L series 4 speed
my mate had a stock h145 behind his stock ca18det and it lasted fine. he gave it a bit too. not ideal but will do the job for now