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Bubbajoe, I made a post for some discussion on Audi 5000 transmissions at http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/080274.html. Do you have anything you might add?
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the audi 5000 transaxle is a good unit as long as you do not over toruqe it as they but out the main shaft bearing if pushed to extreems

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BubbaJoe - I editted the link - its correct now. I'm wondering about the auto transaxle vrs the 5 spd. Auto's seem more plentifull in the yards - two here in Thunder Bay. No 5 spds. I don't want to (interpret: can't afford to) spend the big bucks on a rebuilt.

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BubbaJoe - I editted the link - its correct now. I'm wondering about the auto transaxle vrs the 5 spd. Auto's seem more plentifull in the yards - two here in Thunder Bay. No 5 spds. I don't want to (interpret: can't afford to) spend the big bucks on a rebuilt.



unless you are getting a 90+ auto dont bother the early ones are not that good many problems with second gear

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Thank you Thank you
for all that you have to offer
inspritation is but the seed

Thank you for planting it

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http://www.streetdreamsbyro...av_sdhh6/sdhh6_nv.rm
Look at this can you do this for your glass trunk

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I can't believe this thread started in 2003... it is now 2007 and the madness continues. I was looking back on some pages and I'm glad I can say I had some part in the direction of certain areas of the car. If any other photoshops or anything are needed, let me know!

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I can't believe this thread started in 2003... it is now 2007 and the madness continues. I was looking back on some pages and I'm glad I can say I had some part in the direction of certain areas of the car. If any other photoshops or anything are needed, let me know!



all your help has inspired me to make change to the better and hope you will continue as most others have
I thank all of you very much for the ideas and assistance you have given from the bottom of my heart

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Speaking of tranny's... Bubba... do you mind if I back you up to the early days of your project?

Is your Porsche tranny for a 930... or a different model (I think that is what R Runner is using on his tubed IMSA, so I was curious if yours was the same)?
4sp or 5sp?

I think the photos I was looking at were on page 6.... and I can't tell one tranny from another.

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Speaking of tranny's... Bubba... do you mind if I back you up to the early days of your project?

Is your Porsche tranny for a 930... or a different model (I think that is what R Runner is using on his tubed IMSA, so I was curious if yours was the same)?
4sp or 5sp?

I think the photos I was looking at were on page 6.... and I can't tell one tranny from another.


5spd 902 out of a 914 porsche

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5spd 902 out of a 914 porsche


Crazy looking critter. I am used to looking transverse mounted auto's though!



Isn't a 914 rated less than 100hp?
I know you may not flog on your creation when it's done... but I am curious if your tranny choice will be able to handle the 300hp/tq that your carb'd N* is going to try to put to the ground?

Take my question with a grain of salt... I have no experience in this sort of thing. I do like that it is a 5sp though, and the engineering work to make the shift linkage brackets. Part doesn't exist?... No Problem. Bubba just makes one....

(edit for spelling)

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Any more progress on the front suspension modifications?

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Crazy looking critter. I am used to looking transverse mounted auto's though!



Isn't a 914 rated less than 100hp?
I know you may not flog on your creation when it's done... but I am curious if your tranny choice will be able to handle the 300hp/tq that your carb'd N* is going to try to put to the ground?

Take my question with a grain of salt... I have no experience in this sort of thing. I do like that it is a 5sp though, and the engineering work to make the shift linkage brackets. Part doesn't exist?... No Problem. Bubba just makes one....

(edit for spelling)



if you look at the specs on this transaxle it is 500 hp better than the 915

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I know of some guys in the Porsche club putting out over 500hp in their 914's. These trannys are made to take a beating on a race track, you should have no problems with it.

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The transaxle in the 914 came from the 911 (it is flipped over, hence the tail shifter for the first few years). Porsche didn't build a nice weak unit to use in their weaker car (which, by the way also came with the 911 6-cylinder for the first two years), they just used what they were already making.

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The transaxle in the 914 came from the 911 (it is flipped over, hence the tail shifter for the first few years). Porsche didn't build a nice weak unit to use in their weaker car (which, by the way also came with the 911 6-cylinder for the first two years), they just used what they were already making.


the 914 transaxle is 914 specific it uses 912 gears but the case is desined for use with the 914 not a 912 as the diff is revesed in the case and can not be flipped back

here are some pics so you can see the differance in transaxles



the above pics are for the 911 and 912 transaxles




these are the early 914 transaxles



and the late model 914 that i am using

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any pics of the body as of lately

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Have not read the entire post, but I had a '74 2.0L 914 sideshifter, and first gear is notrious for being weak. Somehow I think you already know that though

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Have not read the entire post, but I had a '74 2.0L 914 sideshifter, and first gear is notrious for being weak. Somehow I think you already know that though


first gear is for parking only

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well got back to do some work today and installed the electric vaccum brake will post the pics tomorrow when i have it all wired up

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Any updates???

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Any updates???


hope to get alot of work done this week end as lone as the sun stays out

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here is what I started on today I ducted in the rads solid to the side scoops and will then build shark gills to shape the opening
with the ducting the air flow thourgh the rdads is force feed at any speed above 10 KLM and the fans pull air like crazy now thought the rads






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BubbaJoe never ceases to amaze me ..

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I think it needs one of these decals.

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I think it needs one of these decals.



would not want to be a low flin bird

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do you think your dist. setup would work on a 96+ motor? If so, could you make me one? Drew

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do you think your dist. setup would work on a 96+ motor? If so, could you make me one? Drew



the cost would kill your buget the prototype cost me 1600 just in machine work not including material

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in the next few months I will be desining a mount to put a stock style dist on the water pump drive on the cam

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Wow... what a long project! Keep up the good work & I definitely wants to see this thing finished!!

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bubbajoexxx, do you have any full body pictures of the car..feel free to post alot...pictures = happiness

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btw you've come a looooong way
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great work..this is definately one of the coolest fieros out there

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More pics more pics more pics...of body engine wheels everything love this car ..bump for some updates

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Bump, Been any progress lately?

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bubbajoexxx sorry if this was asked / answered before but what year pontiac 6000 uprights did you use for your brake conversion with the s-10 hubs? I couldn't seem to find that info anywhere.

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What's the rating on that tranny puppy compared to the Pont G6 6-speed?

these are the early 914 transaxles


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does anyone know what year uprights and s-10 hubs were used?

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bubbajoexxx sorry if this was asked / answered before but what year pontiac 6000 uprights did you use for your brake conversion with the s-10 hubs? I couldn't seem to find that info anywhere.


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does anyone know what year uprights and s-10 hubs were used?


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