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Old 10-21-2020, 02:44 PM   #961
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If you follow the Speetek guys on Instagram, they're constantly posting up broken "CD009" transmissions. And they say guys in Australia are breaking them all the time even lower horsepower cars. Slightly concerning.

Meanwhile I just finished installing my second Mazworx SR>VQ bellhousing kit. This time I'm not going to part the car out before driving it though..

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Old 11-25-2020, 02:26 PM   #962
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Great thread! I have a S13 getting the royal KA-T swap + CD009 from a '05 (external slave) and while I don't have any questions yet, I would like to see more build pictures, especially KA, external slave and Maverick adapter plate
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Old 06-10-2021, 05:33 PM   #963
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Im so sorry, but may be im only one who have disgusting noise from my jk41a with mazworx srvq bellhousing? trany after light refurbished (we replaced all bearings, seals and etc, components in very good condition)
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Old 06-11-2021, 05:13 PM   #964
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I'm not sure if it is posted somewhere in here but I recently used the Mazworx SR>CD009 bellhousing to convert a car. As a heads up DO NOT use the CD009 slave cylinder bolts on the conversion bell housing/SR slave cylinder. The CD bolts are a little longer and will interfere with the SR pressure plate.
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Hello guys. So my car won?t roll when the engine is off and it?s in gear with the clutch pushed in. Using the maverick motor sports adapter kit with a stock s13 master and slave. Any thoughts? Going to use a 03 350z slave and see what happens
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I have a Collins CD009 to s-chassis mount kit for sale. $100 shipped in the US
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I'm not sure if it is posted somewhere in here but I recently used the Mazworx SR>CD009 bellhousing to convert a car. As a heads up DO NOT use the CD009 slave cylinder bolts on the conversion bell housing/SR slave cylinder. The CD bolts are a little longer and will interfere with the SR pressure plate.
Ahhh. Thanks! I used EVERYTHING SR related on the CD009. Every bolt was from my SR.... Cool for the reminder
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Hello guys. So my car won?t roll when the engine is off and it?s in gear with the clutch pushed in. Using the maverick motor sports adapter kit with a stock s13 master and slave. Any thoughts? Going to use a 03 350z slave and see what happens

Did you figure this out? I'm not yet at the point of trying to drive but I've filled the clutch lines with fluid and fully bled but it seems like the throw out bearing doesn't push enough on the pressure plate... I may come across the same problem.

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Did you figure this out? I'm not yet at the point of trying to drive but I've filled the clutch lines with fluid and fully bled but it seems like the throw out bearing doesn't push enough on the pressure plate... I may come across the same problem.
I ended up getting the sweet spot for the push rod adjustment. Likely your issue too. Just keep messing with the adjustment until it?s better
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I am also running into an issues where the starter isn't wanting to disengage after cranking... s13 sr flywheel. sr starter, pretty sure its the collins plate. pretty much at a loss..
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Bad Starter?? If the plunger isn't fully retracting, just may very be sticking
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So I got everything installed driveline wise. I had clearance issues with my drive shaft and shifter. Just throwing my setup on here for anyone looking to do the conversion.

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Drift freaq motor mounts
Gk trans x member and mount
Rear subframe has solid riser bushings
Gk shifter and shaftmasters aluminum one piece abs shaft
Abs diff

Gk clearly lists their clearance at 90mm max. The widest part of the joint is 110mm, so obviously not going to work as is. The engine sits lower and subframe sits higher, giving the driveshaft a more straight line. The widest part is on the shaft side, and may have cleared with normal height engine mounts and subframe bushings (more tilt in the shaft). None the less, I shaved the dog leg down to clear. It's made of chromoly, and honestly don't see it breaking even with it being shaved.

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Does anyone know the length of the driveshafts we need? I have a crazy idea of swapping a 350z diff and drive shaft in as well
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Does anyone know the length of the driveshafts we need? I have a crazy idea of swapping a 350z diff and drive shaft in as well
Not really a crazy idea. It?s been done before. Measure from output seal to pinion flange.
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Also worth checking if a G35 coupe driveshaft fits. They use 2-piece shafts but you might be able to use just the front section with an S14 rear section.
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I think Dakota Digital Released a one box easy wire for CD009 GPS Speed.

https://www.dakotadigital.com/index....rod/prd837.htm

SPEED 2 is a sine wave signal for most older speedometers.
Dakota Digital speedometers, and dash systems, can use either output.

Based on the manual, I can set it to a 16K PPM signal.....

https://www.dakotadigital.com/pdf/GPS-50-2.pdf

Then I wire it to the cluster. Once I have the signal wire from the Dakota, do I just wire back into the speed sensor harness?
I guess to where the sensor use to be which is on my KA24E harness, tranny harness Y/G wire?
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Anyone else install the Mazworx VQ/SR bellhousing and using an OsGiken twin disc clutch? TS2BD if it needs to be specific.
The instructions say to machine 4mm off of the front of the sleeve that the slave cylinder slides on. I can't decide if I should or need to also machine off 4mm from the sleeve on the Mazworx bellhousing. They are about 1mm different in length...
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Neutral Safety Switch and Reverse Switch. Is there a such thing as positive negative? Trying to hook into my S13 SR lower tranny harness....

Right now the starter isn't cranking, just 1 click when I turn the key and nothing....

Battery is good and tested. Starter is 100% good because its new AND I had autozone tested.

Switching out the Ignition Interlock / Relay, blue relay with two plugs on it in the passenger fender.

Thinking its NSS? Thanks!
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Neutral Safety Switch and Reverse Switch. Is there a such thing as positive negative? Trying to hook into my S13 SR lower tranny harness....

Right now the starter isn't cranking, just 1 click when I turn the key and nothing....

Battery is good and tested. Starter is 100% good because its new AND I had autozone tested.

Switching out the Ignition Interlock / Relay, blue relay with two plugs on it in the passenger fender.

Thinking its NSS? Thanks!
Just reporting back. Battery was good and starter was good. What happened was the relocated battery was grounded improperly...(don't ground anything to a raised bolt whole. it was tack welded by factory, so the ground was bad) Didn't need to jump through the rest....

To be back on topic, I will be attempting to install the new dakota module directly into the factory speedometer wiring soon
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To be back on topic, I will be attempting to install the new dakota module directly into the factory speedometer wiring soon
The signal has polarity, so if it doesn?t work at first, switch the wires around.
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