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Del-sol tranny .vs. Stock tranny

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Old 11-06-2007, 07:29 PM
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I have a quick question for you tranny specialists. The motor Im dropping in my project car, 2000Ex,is a D16z6 out of a 1995 civic. It does NOT have the original tranny with it, It came with a Del-Sol 5 speed transmission. Can someone possibly give me some info on how well my D16z6 will run with the Del-Sol tranny compared to the tranny that came in the car stock? Maybe someone can post some numbers to show differences and tell me whether it will make my car run better(meaning quicker acceleration) or worse (meaning less acceleration and mostly just top end power). Maybe someone will know and be able to give me an idea of what I will be looking at when I get the motor and tranny in, hopefully by this weekend if all goes well!
 
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Anyone please?
 
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Old 11-07-2007, 06:35 PM
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http://www.knology.net/~jediklc/gearratiosdseries.htm

Looks like that's the same as a DX/LX trans. Longer gears than EX/Si.
 
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