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    mt75 to toyota mk3 r154

    Hallo Leute!

    ich mache einen
    getriebeumbau für meine turbo sierra ... die ersten 1,9 zoll des
    von mir verwendeten bellhousing stammen vom mt75 dohc getriebe und die restlichen 5,55 zoll davon stammen vom toyota bellhousing jetzt ... ein freund von mir zusammengeschweißt aber nicht wirklich zentriert: /
    kann mir bitte jemand sagen ob die wenigen ersten zoll des teils vom mt75 bellhousing (es ist mashined!) genau zentriert ist ??? Ich habe es verpasst, um es zu messen, bevor ich das Teil weggeschnitten habe: /
    Es könnte das Teil sein, in dem ich das Bellhousing auf das Getriebe zentrieren und neue Dübel zwischen Bellhousing und Getriebe setzen kann ...

    Danke für Antworten, die mir bei der

    Begrüßung helfen
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    Re: mt75 to toyota mk3 r154

    Hi Bud

    sorry but English is the prefered language on the Forum.

    Hence Turbosport.co.uk

    to Ts though..

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    Re: mt75 to toyota mk3 r154

    You have the engine there, make an alignment jig from the centre spigot bearing on the crankshaft to the BH bolt holes or dowels and place it over yours.

    But it seems you've went to a lot of work......and guessing alignment ?

    It is critical you get this right or you will kill the box, you cannot guess, you must measure.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ss_c7fML3rw

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    Re: mt75 to toyota mk3 r154

    Colin at http://www.conversioncomp.co.nz/results.php makes various bellhousing kits including some Ford.

    I bought one from him some 23 years ago for my RV8 with R154.

    Mazda gearbox also seems to be a good and well supported option for swapping to a Ford engine ?
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    Re: mt75 to toyota mk3 r154

    hey rallybob, excuse me i wrote it in english but my translation system translated it back to a bad german:/

    hey stevieturbo, of course mazda would be a option..but i think the last option because it's more a low budget build you know so i'll try first to make it fit

    on the picture you can see how we welded it together.. i installed an 21/12mm input shaft bearing first for the thinner shaft from the r154..(the ford is 21/15mm)
    then we fitted all together and pushed it up-down-left-right..we marked everything and then we centered the marks with a feelergage.
    but after the weld it wasn't centered anymore i think:/ the inputshaft is around 0.05 inch outter middle to the left side:/ when i measure in front of the mt75( red marks)

    can you try to discribe me the following set by a picture maybe? make an alignment jig from the centre spigot bearing on the crankshaft to the BH bolt holes or dowels and place it over yours. with google translator it comes only shit so maybe you can help me to agree

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