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Old 03-15-2010, 10:14 PM   #1
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Ok guys im currently doing an 08 sti trans swap into my 02 wrx. Ive searched alot for alot of questions about the differences between the 04 to 07 trans and the 08+ - some i have found and some i still have yet to find. So i figure id start a new thread about the new 08+ transmissions. If anyone has any info to add please do and i will update this.

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LIST OF NEEDED PARTS TO SWAP AN 08 6 SPEED INTO A WRX

Trans - duh
Driveshaft
-04 to 07 are direct fit
-08 can be used - it must be shortened - read below vvvv
Axle stubs, seals, and circlips to reuse your front wrx axles
-can also use 04 to 07 sti axles if you have the supporting hubs*** - 08 axles are too long i believe
6 speed clutch, flywheel, and fork
- 5 speed clutch and flywheel will NOT work - i tried
Can reuse all the rear end driveline if it is a wrx with a 3.54 rear end (02 to 04?) i believe
- If 05 wrx and up (other than 3.54 rear) you will either need to:
- swap to a 3.54 rear diff
- swap out your ring and pinion
- swap to the sti (06? and up) rear end (3.54)
- this one will require in the rear the sti axles, hubs, brembos, and rear sti suspension assy
Linkage form an 04 to 07 sti - this is the easiest - buy one
- the 08 one may be able to made fit but it will require extensive shortening and *may* throw off your shifter position - dont be cheap
08 trans mount and support works just fine
slave cylinder and starter can be reused

**** ALSO - VERY IMPORTANT****
After completing the swap and if you plan on running without any sort of speed sense signal input to your ecu (aka speedo reads 0mph all the time), you must reflash the ecu to disable the code and the rev limiter. Since there is no speed input, the ecu thinks that the car is standing still and it employs a rev limiter for "neutral mode" which means that you wont be able to rev over 5k. If you are fluent with romraider then im sure you can take care of it, if not see your local tuner and let them do it. The obd code for the "vehicle speed sensor A" must be disabled along with the "neutral rev limiter". This is in a different catagory - i believe its in the limits catagory. Again - these two must be disabled and reflash the ecu if you plan on driving the car without a speed input.


I think thats it - please let me know if I forgot something
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1. What are the diff ratios in the 08+ transmissions?

The diff ratios are unchanged from 2007 - thanks to dylan @ DS1. It runs a 3.90 in the front and a 3.54 in the rear which yields a 1.1 center. Strait swap into the bugeye wrx if you dont plan to swap the rear diff right away.

2. Are there any changes to the gear ratios from 07?

I have yet to find a subaru transmission chart with the 08 specs on it but another member on here has found some info about the internals in the 08 sti transmissions. as far as he can see there are some changes to small things but the ratios appear to be the same. here is the link - http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1443215

3. Are there any changes to the housing or overall case size?

No it is still the same overall size as previous years.

4. Are there any changes to the wheelbase length in 08 to affect the driveshaft length?

Yes - Ive found that from 02 to 07 the wheelbase length is 100 inches. In 2008 it was LENGTHENED to 103.3 inches. This will explain why my 02 wrx 5 speed ds and the 08 sti ds are the same IDENTICAL length when laid next to each other. The 08 sti ds can be made to work - it needs to be shortened vvv.

5. Can an 04 to 07 sti driveshaft be used with an 08 sti tranny?

Yes - you will need to find a ds from an 04 to 07 sti or from an automatic impreza.

****** Also - If you are in my place where the 08 driveshaft that came with your 08 trans is in super awesome shape and you dont wanna risk paying good money for someone elses ds that you dont know what condition the u joints are in, the 08 ds can be shortened and made to fit. If you decide to shorten your 08 sti ds -
**** the front half must be shortened 3 inches and the back half must be shortened 0.5 inches****
You must also modify the center bearing bracket cause it is a slightly different shape in 08. the drivers side of the bracket must be "bent" so that it is higher than the passenger side - if you look at the mounting holes you will understand. in 08 the centerbearing bracket is nearly flat.

6. Can the 08 shifter assy be used in an earlier model when doing a swap?

No - The shifter linkage along with the brace bar underneath are too long. It seems that the hole cut under the center colsole for the shifter assy has been moved backwards in 08 to cause the linkages to be longer. You will need an sti shifter assy from an 04 to 07.

7. When doing a swap to a wrx with female front axles, can the same axle stubs and seals be used as if it was an 07 trans?

Yes - I installed the seals and stubs with circlips in the trans and all went smooth and looks good.

805329010 - Circlips x2
38415AA110 - Stubs - x2
806730041 - Oil seal left
806730042 - Oil seal right
633046020 - Spring pin x2

8. Are there any changes to the trans fluid and rear diff fluids needed?

No - I contacted the dealer on this. The dealer told me they use valvoline 80w90 in the trans and the house blend subaru lsd oil in the rear diff.

9. The 08 trans doesnt have a dipstick anymore?????

True - there is a plug where the dipstick should be. the filling process is to open both plugs underneath and let it drain completely, then fill is with the specified amount of oil - which i believe is 4.3 qts per the dealer. Also the dealer will tell you that after you put in your 4.3 qts, the level should be near the hole where you can touch it by sticking your finger in there - WRONG!!!! After 7 qts i was able to see the level in the hole with a light and it was still about 4 to 5 inches below the hole! There is a second plug on the driver side of the trans near the front that when it is opened and 4.5 qts is poured in, the oil level will be level with this hole. There is an illustration in the link below.

**** It seems that Deuce Cam has found an 08 tranny diagram and filling procedure on another site ---> http://www.iwsti.com/forums/how-inst...-change-3.html

Seems as though the dealer doesnt know what theyre talking about lol

10. The 08 trans doesnt have a speed sensor anymore?????

True - there is a plug where the speed sensor used to be. Some people have asked if they can remove the plug and install a speed sensor to see if it will work - This will not work. A member on here is doing the same swap as me and he was able to provide a diagram of the internal parts and it seems that the exciter ring that the speed sensor "reads" is simply not installed in the 08+ trannys. So if you installed a speed sensor it will read nothing. There is light though. dccdpro.com is working on a fix for this. the 08+ sti now gets its speed reading from the abs system so dccdpro is working on a product called vsspro which will wire into an abs sensor and output a useable signal for the spedo. Ive also read that it will come with a potentiameter which will be able to adjust the signal output to accomadate different size wheels. As soon as it is released i will get one and let all you guys with 08 swaps know how it goes.

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Ok again this thread is a work in progress. if you know something that is still not up on this list please post it here and i will update this the best i can. this is meant to help people out who want to do an 08 sti trans swap into an earlier wrx. thanks!
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Old 03-15-2010, 10:18 PM   #2
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this is good info! Thanks for the contribution.
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Old 03-29-2010, 08:52 PM   #3
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****updated and close to finalized!

i just finished my swap so its time to party!!!!

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Old 03-29-2010, 09:43 PM   #4
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Good stuff! Thanks for the mention of my new product.

I have the first prototype circuit design(s) done, boards ordered....it's the firmware that will take time though. No real world testing yet either, which is a requirement I can't skimp on.

I would guess that if my "real life job" cuts me some slack soon I will have the time to get this polished up in a couple weeks. It is my #1 priority, I can see a bunch of people need these.

I may solicit for a beta tester or two in the coming weeks if anyone with an ">08 tranny" in an "<08 chassis" is interested.(?)
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Just to confirm...

I have a 2005 92x (WRX). I have a carbon fiber draft shaft and am interested in a 6-speed where I can keep my drive shaft.

I want a 2008 STI transmission then since the shaft can be re-used...right?
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The old location for the transmission oil dipstick isn't meant to be used as a the fill hole on the GR transmissions; although you certainly could fill it from there. There's actually a fitting on the driver's side of the transmission (accessible from below the car) that's meant to be used as the fill hole AND the fluid level indicator. With the car level you basically add fluid through the side hole until it starts flowing out (just like on most manual transmission cars). The 08+ technical service manual lists a diagram showing where the fill hole is under the section that explains the procedure for changing the transmission fluid. Here's a link to the diagram (post #28): http://www.iwsti.com/forums/how-inst...-change-3.html
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Just to confirm...

I have a 2005 92x (WRX). I have a carbon fiber draft shaft and am interested in a 6-speed where I can keep my drive shaft.

I want a 2008 STI transmission then since the shaft can be re-used...right?
im not sure about the saabarus. for subies, you can either use an 04 to 07 sti ds or a wrx auto driveshaft. the thing that determines this is the trans length itself. the wrx auto trans is the same lenght as the sti 6 speed so either can be used in a six speed swap scenario. the wrx 5mt is shorter than the auto and 6 speed which inturn requires the 5mt ds to be longer thus it cannot be used for a 6 swap. i would ask a few guys on here that are into the saabs and look into your trans specs.

I know a guy who did a six swap in his 92x and he was able to use the six speed along with the 6mt ds that came with it. so by this info i would assume that if your 92x is a 5mt then i would say no on being able to use it with a 6mt but idk for sure.

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The old location for the transmission oil dipstick isn't meant to be used as a the fill hole on the GR transmissions; although you certainly could fill it from there. There's actually a fitting on the driver's side of the transmission (accessible from below the car) that's meant to be used as the fill hole AND the fluid level indicator. With the car level you basically add fluid through the side hole until it starts flowing out (just like on most manual transmission cars). The 08+ technical service manual lists a diagram showing where the fill hole is under the section that explains the procedure for changing the transmission fluid. Here's a link to the diagram (post #28): http://www.iwsti.com/forums/how-inst...-change-3.html
thank you for the input!

seems like the dealer doesnt know what theyre talking about lol
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added speed sensor and rev limit disable info!

that should complete it

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I just bought an 08 6 speed to swap into my gc but am finding that I may have an HUGE problem with the speedo...I'm fine with the romraider fix but I MUST have an odometer!! what the crap can I do??
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I have an ABS warning light and have never tracked down why...this will be a problem right??

this won't fix me odometer/visual speed problem right!?
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Bump I am doing 08 swap on my 06 Sti cab I use same axels along s
With 06 rear diff?
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you can use the same axles and driveshaft, but lately ive done some checking and im seeing that the 08+ sti actually has a 3.90 rear diff which makes the 06-07 sti rear diff not usable with this trans. idk im trying to find out for 100 percent sure if its a 3.90 or a 3.54 in the 08+ sti.........

your existing axles will work though
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True - there is a plug where the speed sensor used to be. Some people have asked if they can remove the plug and install a speed sensor to see if it will work - This will not work. A member on here is doing the same swap as me and he was able to provide a diagram of the internal parts and it seems that the exciter ring that the speed sensor "reads" is simply not installed in the 08+ trannys. So if you installed a speed sensor it will read nothing. There is light though. dccdpro.com is working on a fix for this. the 08+ sti now gets its speed reading from the abs system so dccdpro is working on a product called vsspro which will wire into an abs sensor and output a useable signal for the spedo. Ive also read that it will come with a potentiameter which will be able to adjust the signal output to accomadate different size wheels. As soon as it is released i will get one and let all you guys with 08 swaps know how it goes.
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I have had a jig made where i can take the 07+ 6sp aswell as the legacy 6 sp and we machine the front diff housing and then fit the speedo gear from 01-06 sti to the box.
And where needed we also machine the front diff to take the diff speed drive wheel.(some front diff's do not have it there)
This is all in Aus but im sure someone ing the US can also sus out how to do it.
We charge $330-500 depending on what box/diff set up they have inc all new parts.

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8. Are there any changes to the trans fluid and rear diff fluids needed?

No - I contacted the dealer on this. The dealer told me they use valvoline 80w90 in the trans and the house blend subaru lsd oil in the rear diff.
That dealer was wrong about the rear diff. The 2007+ USDM R180 (both from STI and LGT Spec.B) have a Torsen LSD, which is gear-based so it doesn't need LSD oil like the 2004-2006 clutch-based ones did.
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True - there is a plug where the speed sensor used to be. Some people have asked if they can remove the plug and install a speed sensor to see if it will work - This will not work. A member on here is doing the same swap as me and he was able to provide a diagram of the internal parts and it seems that the exciter ring that the speed sensor "reads" is simply not installed in the 08+ trannys. So if you installed a speed sensor it will read nothing. There is light though. dccdpro.com is working on a fix for this. the 08+ sti now gets its speed reading from the abs system so dccdpro is working on a product called vsspro which will wire into an abs sensor and output a useable signal for the spedo. Ive also read that it will come with a potentiameter which will be able to adjust the signal output to accomadate different size wheels. As soon as it is released i will get one and let all you guys with 08 swaps know how it goes.
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I have had a jig made where i can take the 07+ 6sp aswell as the legacy 6 sp and we machine the front diff housing and then fit the speedo gear from 01-06 sti to the box.
And where needed we also machine the front diff to take the diff speed drive wheel.(some front diff's do not have it there)
This is all in Aus but im sure someone ing the US can also sus out how to do it.
We charge $330-500 depending on what box/diff set up they have inc all new parts.

Kris

PS nice write up.

all is true here. Dccdpro indeed has made a speed signal converter box that reads off the abs signal and outputs a valid speed signal for the car to read.

I put the 08 6 speed in my bugeye like 18 months ago and a few months later i talked with jeff @ dccdpro about such a device and he ended up building one which i prototype tested in my own vehicle for a few months and im happy to say that ive been been running the vsspro for about a year now and it is amazing..... has never failed me.

As for the housing mods above^^^, this is way more expensive to do than just popping a vsspro. It is probably the BEST option available, but the vsspro does just as good of a job as the oem speed sensor. It is extremely smooth through all the speeds and accurate to about 1 mph or so, plus it has a potientiometer on it to fine tune it in and make adjustments for different wheel sizes. WAY TO GO DCCDPRO!!
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So to make it short. It's basically the same as an 07 sti trans install with no dipstick and I need to use an 04-07 sti shifter assembly. And I need the vsspro to get it working with my speedometer. This is for my 02 bugeye.
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Thanks STiGuy23!

They haven't been perfectly painless, out of about 25 out there I have had 2 users with difficulty getting the abs tone signal to be read by the signal processor.

I think that an abs tone that is gunked up with grease and metal particles can cause weak/funky readings that the abs system ignores.

Just changing to a different wheel sensor fixed the problem for another customer.

I also changed the wiring this week to add a shielded cable for the abs wires. So there is now new "version 4" VSSPro which reflects the shielded wire.

I do agree though that it is the easiest solution to the "missing vss" problem, and you get the added bonus of being able to adjust for different wheel sizes!
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So to make it short. It's basically the same as an 07 sti trans install with no dipstick and I need to use an 04-07 sti shifter assembly. And I need the vsspro to get it working with my speedometer. This is for my 02 bugeye.
correct. The trans is the same except for no dipstick and no speed sensor. any 08+ six speed going into a 07 or older subie NEEDS a vsspro.
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I just installed an 08+ tranny and I'm waiting for the VSSPro to arrive. Is it safe for the vehicle to drive it...obviously taking it easy?

The speed sensor CEl is tripped, fans are always on and the idle is low. When I reset the ecu all these symptoms go away so I know it's related to the speed signal.
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Yea its drivable but its going to really limp....... If i remember correctly it wont go over 4500 rpms. Idk if you already have the vss on the way then its prolly just best to wait.
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Bumping this thread for some more info has any one used the 08 up trans and got it to work with a early cable style speedo? I have a 93 with a v3 still cluster and have a chance to get this trans for a great price
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I am looking into swaping a 08+ STi tranmission into my 07 WRX. The transmission that I want to buy is missing the harness and it seems that the idiot cut the wires that come from the tranmission.





Can I use my WRX harness and swap it? if know what do I need and how much it will cost me?

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