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Old 09-30-2005, 10:57 PM   #1
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6-Speed Transmissions
-DCCD & Non-DCCD available
-Low Mileage
-Several Options Available
-Starting at $3499
Please E-mail gary@gruppe-s.com for inquiries!!


Semi-Complete R180 Rear End
-Less than 15,000km
-Good condition
-Includes Diff, Axles, rear sub-frame, links, hubs, etc. (no Brembos)
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1X 2005 Impreza RS 5spd - $699 + shipping
1X 2006 Impreza RS 5spd w/ 3.9 final drive - $699 + shipping
2X Mystery 3.54/1.95/1.37/.97/.74 3.9 final drive - $649 + shipping

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Old 09-30-2005, 10:58 PM   #2
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1) ACT HD Street Disc Kit and Steetlite Flywheel - 02+ WRX
-Torque Capacity: 411 lbs/ft.
-Pressure Increase: 32% over stock clutch.
-Weight: clutch - 17lbs, flywheel - 13.9 lbs.
$675 Shipped!!!
$1100 Installed!!!


2) ACT HD Street Disc Kit and Prolite Flywheel - 02+ WRX
-Torque Capacity: 411 lbs/ft.
-Pressure Increase: 32% over stock clutch.
-Weight: clutch - 17lbs, flywheel - 9.6 lbs.
$699 Shipped!!!
$1119 Installed!!!


3) ACT HD Street Disc Kit and Steetlite Flywheel - 04+ STi
-Torque Capacity: 475 lbs/ft.
-Pressure Increase: 32% over stock clutch.
-Weight: clutch - 17lbs, flywheel - 15 lbs.
$855 Shipped!!!
$1275 Installed!!!


4) ACT HD Street Disc Kit and Prolite Flywheel - 04+ STi
-Torque Capacity: 475 lbs/ft.
-Pressure Increase: 32% over stock clutch.
-Weight: clutch - 17lbs, flywheel - 11.1 lbs.
$879 Shipped!!!
$1299 Installed!!!


And for the hardcore guys out there:

5) ACT HD 6 Pad Race Kit and Prolite Flywheel - 02+ WRX
-Torque Capacity: 527 lbs/ft.
-Pressure Increase: 32% over stock clutch.
-Weight: clutch - 17lbs, flywheel - 9.6 lbs.
$699 Shipped!!!
$1119 Installed!!!


6) ACT HD 6 Pad Race Kit and Prolite Flywheel - 04+ STi
-Torque Capacity: 608 lbs/ft.
-Pressure Increase: 35% over stock clutch.
-Weight: clutch - 17lbs, flywheel - 11.1 lbs.
$819 Shipped!!!
$1239 Installed!!!







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Old 09-30-2005, 10:58 PM   #3
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1) Exedy Organic Clutch Kit and Steetlite Flywheel - 02+ WRX
-Clamp Load: 2300 lbs/ft.
-Pressure Increase: 44% over stock clutch.
-Weight: clutch - 14.3lbs, flywheel - 13.9 lbs.
$750 Shipped!!!
$1175 Installed!!!


2) Exedy Hyper Single Clutch/Flywheel Kit - 02+ WRX
-Clamp Load: 2655 lbs/ft.
$PM FOR BEST PRICE!!!


3) Exedy Hyper Single Clutch/Flywheel Kit - 04+ STi
-Clamp Load: 2655 lbs/ft.
$PM FOR BEST PRICE!!!


4) Exedy Twin-Plate Clutch/Flywheel Kit - 04+ STi
-Clamp Load: 2205 lbs/ft.
$PM FOR BEST PRICE!!!






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Old 10-01-2005, 06:03 PM   #4
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Cusco Engine/Tranny Mount Combo - 02+ WRX / 04+ STi
-By reducing flex found in the stock mounts, these mounts will dramatically decrease engine and tranny movement.
$SOLD!!!


Cusco Shifter Bushings - 02+ WRX / 04+ STi
-The Cusco Shifter Bushing is designed to replace the soft rubber bushing found at the anchor point of your shifter assembly. This upgraded bushing greatly improves the feel of the shifter by eliminating that spongy feel you get when changing gears.
$37 shipped!!!

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Old 10-01-2005, 11:32 PM   #5
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Since they closed the other thread. On Cusco Engine/Tranny mounts, since the STi Group N mounts work on the '05 LGT then the Cusco mounts should work correct? How is the NVT with them installed? Since this is a daily driver I dont want a mount that is too aggressive. Let me know. Thanks!!

Also, what about clutch/flywheel options for the 2005 Legacy GT?? Let me know if you can help me out.

-Matt
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Old 10-03-2005, 10:00 PM   #6
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Since they closed the other thread. On Cusco Engine/Tranny mounts, since the STi Group N mounts work on the '05 LGT then the Cusco mounts should work correct? How is the NVT with them installed? Since this is a daily driver I dont want a mount that is too aggressive. Let me know. Thanks!!

Also, what about clutch/flywheel options for the 2005 Legacy GT?? Let me know if you can help me out.

-Matt
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Hey Matt,

I assume that the Cusco mount will work for the LGT. A customer of our's (Dre) just bought a set for his car so it looks like we'll know shortly. These mounts are very stiff; noticeably stiffer than the Group N mounts. They will actually cause your car to shake when you fire up the motor. What's NVT? I'm not sure what clutches are currently offered for your car right now but if you're able to find a clutch or PN for a clutch made by Exedy or ACT then I will get you pricing.

Thanks,

Geoff
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Old 10-04-2005, 05:43 PM   #7
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Is there a difference between the USDM 6 spd and jdm 6 spd? I would assume the usdm would be stonger to handle the extra torque, is that correct? The team in puerto rico got up to 720 ft*lbs on their usdm tranny and I thought the jdm 6 spds were only good to ~350 ft*lbs.
I emailed gary with a list of questions, but he never got back to me. IIRC they were:

1) how much for a usdm 6 spd
2) different options for dccd and prices
3) differences in usdm/jdm r180

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Old 10-04-2005, 08:02 PM   #8
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Is there a difference between the USDM 6 spd and jdm 6 spd? I would assume the usdm would be stonger to handle the extra torque, is that correct? The team in puerto rico got up to 720 ft*lbs on their usdm tranny and I thought the jdm 6 spds were only good to ~350 ft*lbs.
I emailed gary with a list of questions, but he never got back to me. IIRC they were:

1) how much for a usdm 6 spd
2) different options for dccd and prices
3) differences in usdm/jdm r180

thanks
ron
Hey Ron,

The main difference between the two is that the USDM 6spds are all DCCD and not all of the JDM ones are. Also, the US ones have a taller 4th and 5th gear for better gas mileage (and worse acceleration). I'm fairly certain the USDM 6spd doesn't have stronger gears than the JDM counterpart. However, the DCCD center diff has been said to be not as strong as the non-DCCD unit. Our last 6spd just sold for $3000. As far as we know, there are no difference between the US and Japanese R180s.

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Old 10-05-2005, 01:43 PM   #9
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Do you have any customers or shop cars that have take the JDM 6 spd to around 500 ft*lbs?
I put down 350 whp and 320 ft*lbs on the ESX dyno on a 91 tune and I recently bought some v7 sti heads, v7 intake mani w/ tgv deletes, and larger injectors and I plan to do a c16 tune so I should be up ~450 ft*lbs and I need a tranny that will live up there and not break.
Is there any way you can verify the differences bewteen the usdm/jdm 6 spds? Just seems like the usdm would have to be stronger to deal with the extra displacement/torque. Unless the jdm ones were already so overbuilt that it was fine.


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Old 10-05-2005, 06:43 PM   #10
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Do you have any customers or shop cars that have take the JDM 6 spd to around 500 ft*lbs?
I put down 350 whp and 320 ft*lbs on the ESX dyno on a 91 tune and I recently bought some v7 sti heads, v7 intake mani w/ tgv deletes, and larger injectors and I plan to do a c16 tune so I should be up ~450 ft*lbs and I need a tranny that will live up there and not break.
Is there any way you can verify the differences bewteen the usdm/jdm 6 spds? Just seems like the usdm would have to be stronger to deal with the extra displacement/torque. Unless the jdm ones were already so overbuilt that it was fine.


Thanks
Ron
Hey Ron,

Our tuner, Mike, puts down 467WHP and a similar amount of torque on our Mustang 4WD dyno. This equates to about 625HP and TQ at the crank. He has a JDM 6spd on his car and it has witheld multiple 11.0 second drag passes with no ill effects. This tranny will get the job done. The JDM 6spds are practically the same as the USDM units so they too have been substantially overengineered.

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Old 10-06-2005, 11:25 AM   #11
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Geoff... got my tracking number or what?
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Old 10-06-2005, 07:10 PM   #12
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Geoff... got my tracking number or what?
Please PM me your full name/address and I'll check for you.

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Old 10-07-2005, 02:29 PM   #13
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Old 10-07-2005, 11:00 PM   #14
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Also, we just "found" one of these:

STi Front LSD for 02-05 WRX- $1199 shipped
-1.5 Way clutch type
-Will dramtically increase handling. You will be able to apply power earlier and more evenly in turns.


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