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 Post subject: FS (NSW): T5 5 Speed Conversion $500
Posted: Sat Feb 19, 2005 2:51 pm 
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I have for sale, one conversion kit straight out of an EA Falcon.
What you get:
T5 gearbox (changes beautifully, no noises, smooth as)
3.9L flywheel, clutch and pressure plate (all used)
pedal box
clutch cable
tailshaft
3.9L CFI 5sp ECU
Price is $500 NOT NEG - URGENT SALE

I am located in Bathurst, NSW. Pickup is preferred.

If you are interested email magnaboy-at-westnet.com.au or PM me on here.
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Posted: Sun Feb 20, 2005 12:43 am 
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Would you know how many kays the box has done?
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Posted: Sun Feb 20, 2005 7:50 am 
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The car we pulled it out of had 200 000 on the clock.
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Posted: Mon Feb 21, 2005 11:40 am 
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in case people are interested, and it makes a difference, i could organise free (or very cheap) transport for this to sydney.

(i travel and know people who travel thru there weekly)

 

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Posted: Mon Feb 21, 2005 2:40 pm 
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Anyone know how much it'd cost to get it to melb?
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Posted: Tue Feb 22, 2005 7:35 pm 
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ch0c0 wrote:
in case people are interested, and it makes a difference, i could organise free (or very cheap) transport for this to sydney.

(i travel and know people who travel thru there weekly)


Thanks for throwing that in :)

@Mangaboy
Freight to Melbourne last time I checked was around $250.
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Posted: Tue Feb 22, 2005 7:48 pm 
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ch0c0 wrote:
in case people are interested, and it makes a difference, i could organise free (or very cheap) transport for this to sydney.

(i travel and know people who travel thru there weekly)


Or we can organise a cruise... "Go get a manual" day... the drive to bathurst is really good I always thought.

Um, as for my useful part of this post... I have a friend thats interested.. but I can't get him to budge just yet... he really wants a manual, but not this weekend, but maybe in a couple of weeks... after driving mine, he really wants one. So if its still here, you'll be hearing from me.

He is also a member on here, just never posts anything.

PS - I was the one PMing you on FF.

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Posted: Wed Feb 23, 2005 1:01 pm 
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Hey justfordima,
No problems. I will keep it advertised until sold. If I have it then, you are more than welcome to come grab it :), if it sells beforehand then I guess it is your friend's loss (I need the $$$).

As for the drive from Sydney, it isnt bad. That's why the East Coast Magna cruise is involving Bathurst this year.
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Posted: Thu Mar 03, 2005 4:07 pm 
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what happened to the bellhousing?

 

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Posted: Thu Mar 03, 2005 4:12 pm 
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Im sure if its a conversion kit, it comes with the bellhousing. Just he meant the T5 with the bellhousing. If not, its not much of a conversion kit?


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Posted: Fri Mar 04, 2005 8:27 pm 
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Yes it comes with bellhousing. Generally when you say the tranny fits a certain car that means it has the bellhousing for that car.
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Posted: Fri Mar 04, 2005 9:02 pm 
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Sorry guys,didn't mean to sound stupid but I have a fine spline T5 behind my '79 LTD cleveland at the moment and wanted to put it behind a 4.1 in an XF. I was looking for a bellhousing in particular.Will your conversion bolt up to a 4.1 block?And what does the 5speed ecu control as I dont use one in my LTD?

 

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Posted: Sat Mar 05, 2005 2:50 pm 
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As Far As I Know, the 4.1 bellhousing doesn't bolt up, because the crossflow engines, or non crossflow engines, had a different looking ones for the autos(thats the only 4.1 bellhousing Ive seen).

The 5spd ecu, control everything in the engine in an E series car. In terms of transission, it has a speedo connectors, I don't think pre EF's or something had ECU's reading the speedo.

Well basically, it doesn't control the gearbox, it only has sensors.

And you wouldn't use one in your LTD, as that was all mechanical, AFAIK.


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Posted: Sat Mar 05, 2005 4:01 pm 
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mongrl wrote:
Sorry guys,didn't mean to sound stupid but I have a fine spline T5 behind my '79 LTD cleveland at the moment and wanted to put it behind a 4.1 in an XF. I was looking for a bellhousing in particular.Will your conversion bolt up to a 4.1 block?And what does the 5speed ecu control as I dont use one in my LTD?


Hey no problem.

As the gearbox is, it will not fit a 4.1 block. For starters, the starter motor is on opposite sides on the 6OHC and 4.1.

Later XF 5 speeds had a T5 so the bellhousing from that *should* fit. I am not sure if the spline is different or not.

As for the ECU it is to control the CFI system. In an older Falcon you could discard it.

I sure wish this would sell, we need rego money!!! I cant understnad why ones priced at $1000 sell, yet my $500 one will not :(
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Posted: Sat Mar 05, 2005 11:16 pm 
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cartman02au wrote:
mongrl wrote:
Sorry guys,didn't mean to sound stupid but I have a fine spline T5 behind my '79 LTD cleveland at the moment and wanted to put it behind a 4.1 in an XF. I was looking for a bellhousing in particular.Will your conversion bolt up to a 4.1 block?And what does the 5speed ecu control as I dont use one in my LTD?


Hey no problem.

As the gearbox is, it will not fit a 4.1 block. For starters, the starter motor is on opposite sides on the 6OHC and 4.1.

Later XF 5 speeds had a T5 so the bellhousing from that *should* fit. I am not sure if the spline is different or not.

As for the ECU it is to control the CFI system. In an older Falcon you could discard it.

I sure wish this would sell, we need rego money!!! I cant understnad why ones priced at $1000 sell, yet my $500 one will not :(

Thanks Cartman02au that is just the information I've been after.Very helpfull. I'm sorry yours does not fit but hope you sell it soon.

 

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