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 Post subject: manual conversion kit for ef series 2
Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 4:29 am 
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hey guys, just wondering how much can i find a manual conversion kits for ?, ive heard 350-400 but i saw on ebay for 700 but that was with a manual tailshaft and ecu, ive heard the tailshafts are all the same size whether is an auto or manual sedan, and on a forum i was going to follow didnt say anything about a new ecu, just changed some wires up, but any help would be appreciated and im located in st marys,NSW so if anyone knows any shops that sell the kits that are local to me will be appreciated aswell :)
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Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 5:33 am 
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 Post subject: Re: manual conversion kit for ef series 2
Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 7:18 am 
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loudef4ltr wrote:
hey guys, just wondering how much can i find a manual conversion kits for ?, ive heard 350-400 but i saw on ebay for 700 but that was with a manual tailshaft and ecu, ive heard the tailshafts are all the same size whether is an auto or manual sedan, and on a forum i was going to follow didnt say anything about a new ecu, just changed some wires up, but any help would be appreciated and im located in st marys,NSW so if anyone knows any shops that sell the kits that are local to me will be appreciated aswell :)


If you haven't already had a look The Manual Conversion Guide Thread and the .PDF file within is very helpful.

I converted my EB last weekend and I can confirm that you can use an auto driveshaft with a manual 'box. Just make sure you keep the sedan shaft with the sedan and the wagon and 'lane shafts with those. If you can find the correct manual ECU for your car, that makes it easier and is a better result. The resistor trick can result in bad idle quality and rev hang. Do a search for ECU Catch codes and you will find a list of the ecu's from the EEC 4 and 5 family of falcons ie. XF through AU.

The 'shops' would be eBay and various wrecking yards.

Good Luck!

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 Post subject: Re: manual conversion kit for ef series 2
Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 9:30 am 
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Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2012 11:07 am 
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anywhere from 500-1200 depending if you get it from the wreckers or if someone is parting out their car on ebay or fordmods, if your willing to drive to newcastle there may be a guy on fordmods who has a conversion for you? i have sent him a pm enquiring about it for you

 

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