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Old 01-31-2013, 11:41 AM   #26
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i found a spicer slip yoke that will fit, and then also a rear flange that i can make work, when i have an r180 they have a spicer flange for that, just really need to go get it make, or i may just wait and get the correct spicer flange for the r180 and hurry and do the swap
Ha! I finally found this thread again! I subscribed this time...

No one would have the part number for the Spicer r180 flange yoke would they?
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Old 01-31-2013, 01:29 PM   #27
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make you one what?

Driveshaft Shop has been having balancing issues with their driveshafts

PST can make you a driveshaft in steel, aluminum or carbon fiber.

You can check their website for the forms and information needed, but they don't work with individuals. You can figure out what you want and go through RallySport Direct.

If you swap an R160 with an R180, and you are using a 5MT, the pinion flanges on the front of the diffs are the same. Same bolt spread pattern.

You can use your 5MT driveshaft with the R180 rear diff. You do not need an Auto driveshaft even though many people say you do.

In other words, the driveshaft is a direct swap

Ask me how I know
But can you use a 06 sti ds with a 06 sti tranny to a 02 wrx rear diff on an 07 wrx tr is the question
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Old 01-04-2014, 11:10 AM   #28
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Ha! I finally found this thread again! I subscribed this time...

No one would have the part number for the Spicer r180 flange yoke would they?
Sorry to be so late getting back to this, I actual found my slip yoke and rest flange the slip yoke is Spicer, and I will get a part number later today, as for the pinion flange in not sure the brand at the moment and also not sure if I bought it to fit the r160 or180 I will check all that out today and get some pics, hoping to have a steel driveshaft made soon guy said it would only weigh like 14lbs or something and would be I believe 2.5" so no tunnel mods should be needed
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Old 01-05-2014, 12:27 PM   #29
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But can you use a 06 sti ds with a 06 sti tranny to a 02 wrx rear diff on an 07 wrx tr is the question
I just saw this.

Even though the answer is almost a year old, it may help someone else.

The answer is "YES".

The differences between the STi driveshaft and the WRX driveshaft is the length. The STi transmission is longer than the WRX transmission, hence the STi version is shorter.

They bolt up at the rear diff the same, using the same bolt flange and pattern
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Old 04-18-2014, 02:15 PM   #30
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Bringing this back from the dead. Did anyone have a steel one piece drive shaft made?

Or ever find out part numbers for parts needed?

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