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AWD/FT4WD Manual Tranny for ea82 wagon


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#1 ausubaru92

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Posted 04 January 2005 - 06:48 AM

Is there a AWD Manual Transmission that will bolt onto an ea82 engine with little or no modifications?

Is there any disadvantages to having this kind of tranny on these cars?

Thanks guys!!!

#2 Skip

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Posted 04 January 2005 - 08:27 AM

One choice is the manual from
the 87 onward RX model.

Basically a 10 speed tranny as it
incorporated a "shift on the fly" high and low range.
The low range is not as low as a duel range tranny.
But they are not AWD, they are 4wd.

The RX is AWD with a lock for the center diff when ness.

You will need turbo half shafts (front axles) as the RX is a turbo
and it's transaxle end (DOJ) spline count is different.

There also was a rare Alcyone in late 87 with a full time manual.

No "disadvangtes" but many "advantages"




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