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  1. Taking a d15b4 transmission apart

    Transmission alley
    Hey guys recently i bought a complete d15b4 just for some experience to take apart and put back together. I just separated the gearbox from the engine block and removes all the bolts off the gearbox to remove the casing. There are no more bolts left around the housing but i am still unable to...
  2. Looking for a d15b lsd gearbox...

    Transmission alley
    Hey everyone I'm building my vtec e into a fully fledged vtec high compression street motor. I am now looking to get a d15b lsd gearbox to go with it, for it's lsd and the shorter gear ratio. I'm also in the UK which makes this a bit more difficult I'm also a bit confused about how to...
  3. Looking for a d15b lsd gearbox...

    Engine Building
    Hey everyone I'm building my vtec e into a fully fledged vtec high compression street motor. I am now looking to get a d15b lsd gearbox to go with it, for it's lsd and the shorter gear ratio. I'm also in the UK which makes this a bit more difficult I'm also a bit confused about how to...
  4. D16Z6 S20 Gearbox information - American Terms Help please!!

    Transmission alley
    Hey guys, I made a thread in the noob forum and the transmission alley forum a while back asking about D16Z6/D13B2 gearbox ratios and final drive ratios, a user (Roberts) sent me this helpful link........... http://www.knology.net/~jediklc/gearratiosdseries.htm Was just wondering, im in th UK...
  5. Will a D13B2 5 speed manual gearbox fit a D16Z6 Block?

    Transmission alley
    Ok The story is Im building a Civic for rallying, i intended to use a d13b2 engine and gearbox that i have in another Honda to start with, but ive recently been offered a D16Z6 VTEC cheap with everything i need to get it goin and seeing as the shell is an ESi anyway i figured id go for it...
  6. DIY: Tranny removal and Input Shaft Bearing change

    Transmission alley
    Disclaimer: The following is provided as a GUIDE ONLY, and neither myself nor D-series.org take any responsibility for the outcomes of someone else doing the following. You follow these steps at your own risk! OK, so this kills two birds with one stone. THe first part of taking the tranny...
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