Thanks for all the interest and comments everyone. How about a QR25 trans with the SE-R's LSD? Or an SR20 transmission? I would assume the lightest trans that you can get an LSD for would be ideal, the querstion remains which trans do you pick? The K20 would be a good pick because of the 6-speed, especially if you can get an Si LSD. 45 deg. Paullink Thursday, April 01, 2010 4:29 PM This project is wicked! Can't wait for updates. Like a low/high for 4-wheelers, to keep the revs decent while cruising on the highway. I did an informal test years ago with a GSXR by letting it idle and tipping it slowly to see when the oil light would come on.
Your numbers are good with the 1.596:1 built in reduction with the stock 10,900 redline. The rest of the Hayabusa's gears are pretty tall too, since the bike is geared to go nearly 200 mph. East to west probably still poses the issue of sloshing but probably not enough in a car to affect it too much. The actual sprocket won't be there any more, since we're removing the original gearbox, but the input shaft will poke through the front. B. It dominates my memory of busas, and was just thinking, no, they wouldn't have messed up the math. The exhaust ports also dumped right into the frame rail, leaving no room for the factory header, and little space for a custom one. In our previous cars we just cut the deep sump and flattened it out with baffles.
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