Heve you ever wondered what collects in your gearbox during the breakin period. New parts are mating contact surfaces, and all of the debris ends up flowing around with the gear oil. This was only about 60 miles of operation including the figure 8’s!
In my latest write-up you'll see everything that was done to my C60 gearbox. This is why I believe transmission mods are the best mods!
Well after 6 days (ground shipping) and $180 I now have a set of compression stressed components. These parts are the known weaknesses of the 6-speed per the internet(I’ve never broken a gear). But since I’m trying to sell the car I should make sure all of the t’s are crossed for the next guy.
I’ll definitely be doing a write up on this....and a video with comparisons
Thanks to a side-job I was finally able to send my gears to WPC. Once the received the parts I had to sign their terms and conditions form. After reading it I was pleasantly surprised that they mentioned nothing about “not liable for end result” jargon, it’s all just common sense! I’m very excited to see how this turns out
Like we've discussed already, once I get this car back together it will be up for sale. Do any of you have experience selling a car like this? Any pointers?
All of the stats on the car are up to date if you wanna look it over....
Well, I finally got my LSD bearings and final drive gear installed. Next step is to set the preload! Getting closer guys.
#Cusco #LSD #differential #Toyota #Yaris #Celica #Corolla #Matrix #C60 #6speed #forthebuild
Since I've worked at several dealerships and independent shops as a technician, I figured I can give some honest insight. As much as I dislike the constant warranty pay jobs at the dealer, they do pay fully trained techs more. Dealer techs also get bonuses from the manufacturer if they are diligent and accurate enough to fix most cars on the first visit. So I'm going to bring up a few of the most important factors that should determine