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Old 01-24-2014, 10:57 AM   #226
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I know this question isnt a 06 to 02 drivetrain swap question but its related i want to do an 08 sti drivetrain swap into my wrx 08 sedan and the question here is if i swapped said drivetrain and trans in would i also have to the differential adjuster by the shifter??
If you don't install the DCCD controller, the center diff will default to a specific torque split (F/R)... For 04-05 this was 35:65, and for 06+ this was 41:59... so the 06 drivetrain will utilize the more balanced (41:59) torque split.
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Old 01-24-2014, 11:34 AM   #227
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If you don't install the DCCD controller, the center diff will default to a specific torque split (F/R)... For 04-05 this was 35:65, and for 06+ this was 41:59... so the 06 drivetrain will utilize the more balanced (41:59) torque split.
Exactly the answer i wanted thank you very much
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Old 01-28-2014, 02:51 AM   #228
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Can someone confirm if this is correct for a swap into a 2008 WRX:


TY856WB7KA JDM IMPREZA WRX STI MY06 + S204 - 3.9 FD
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A/t or modified STI driveshaft

08 WRX R160 Differential - 3.9 Gear Ratio

08 WRX axles, starter, clutch and flywheel (recently replaced, would like to use it till it's done for)

I would prefer to stay at 5x100 due to the multiple sets of wheels and current BBK setup on the vehicle.

What would have to be replaced to use the 08 WRX clutch assembly? Also, do the JDM v9 DCCDs maintain a 41:59 split without a controller, just like their USDM counterpart?
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Old 03-02-2014, 02:03 PM   #229
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Old 04-06-2014, 11:00 PM   #230
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Just got done with my weekend 6 speed swap from an 06 STI into my 03 WRX wagon! It was a lot easier to get the 5 speed out, than fit the 6 speed in. It is definitely a lot tighter in there now. I really hope I am going to be able to change the clutch without pulling the transmission out when the time comes like I could with the 5 speed. I will be wiring in the DCCDPro tomorrow or Tuesday. It feels great! The ratios threw me off a little bit, and I'm still trying to get the hang of putting it in reverse instead of 6th... Thanks for the DIY!
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Old 04-22-2014, 06:42 PM   #231
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I need help on my 04 FXTi swap. I have or had the 4AT and an STi motor in the car. I bought the whole 2004 six speed STi swap, Brembo brakes, axles, cross-members rear 180 diff ect... I plan on using my stock A/T drive-shaft I have my FXT lowered on WRX struts.

Now I have a fully built 2.5l complete long block ready to attach to the six speed. I have a 2004 Hydra ECM and a complete 2004 STi harness MPH Prodrive gauges. No DCCD but I may decide to hook it up later via Spiider DCCD pro.

My question is I need to maintain the Anti-lock brakes by using the A/T harness? Or I may be able to use certain parts of the STi harness. I am stuck on how to wire the 6speed into the car. Maybe unplug the A/T from the stock harness and plug in the M/T.

Please help If possible.. I hope
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Old 07-02-2014, 03:10 PM   #232
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im doing a swap on my 07 wrx trying to get everything I need so I can get the car back going as soon as possible I been trying to find place to buy after market dccd controllers only been able to locate one not wanting anything to fancy just something reasonably priced....
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Old 07-02-2014, 05:01 PM   #233
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Old 07-04-2014, 03:57 PM   #234
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dccdpro universal in my opinion. No bells and whistles, easy to install and tons if
online help as it has been around a long time.
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Old 08-12-2014, 10:22 PM   #235
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Hello, I own a 04 wrx and I just build a new 2.5L engine with cams pistons a 20g turbo and all the supporting mods. My car is not a USDM spec so I need more info in what I will need for a transmission upgrade because I think its not going to last long. My transmission code is TY754VN5AA and my VIN code is JF1GDALD34G054052. Could you give me some options to upgrade my transmission so it handles 400 awhp?
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Old 08-13-2014, 01:28 PM   #236
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I have a question that I am having a hard time finding answers to:

I have a full GR drivetrain (tranny, hubs, knuckles, brakes axles) and would like to piece together a swap into a GD. Is there a way for the GR knuckles, axles, diff etc to mount up? What do you do for a suspension setup? Not much information out there about this (maybe my googling isn't up to snuff). I have seen Xluben use 5x100 hubs, but I have 5 sets of 5x114 wheels plus many of the parts, going the 5x114 route would be more cost effective right now.
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Old 09-09-2014, 04:21 AM   #237
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so im trying to convert my auto wrx into a 6speed and im not really sure what to start with or what exact things to buy and what can be some parts i can put in from the parts that it has now to the new set up
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Old 09-27-2014, 08:27 AM   #238
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I haven't seen or found anything about this so I figured I'd ask here. I am finishing up my V8 6-speed swap into my 02 wrx. I am using the trans, driveshaft, r180 rear with stock wrx axles up front and hybrid axles in the rear to retain my stock hubs for now. So far everything is installed except for the hybrid axles because i have to order the races for them. That said when i was putting the front axles onto the axles stubs that came with the transmission....I noticed that only the passenger side stub has a hole for the roll pin from my wrx axles.....the driver's side does not have this hole to accept a roll pin.

Is this normal.....is it safe to run with no roll pin?
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Old 10-05-2014, 09:45 PM   #239
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Unless it clips in you don't want your axle floating back and forth on the trans spline.


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