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Old 08-12-2002, 06:36 AM
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My 460 is tearing up automatics... i know they make autos that will take the power, but i want to learn how to manually shift this thing, as they say, a real race car has 3 pedals... what kinda manual tranny/ clutch arrangement is gonna take a nitrous pig 460 (ported cobra jet heds, big cam, 300 hit of spray)... this thing has gotta be making 650-700... b/m cclutches in a c6 are lasting 3-4 passes ... shud i be upgrading the rearend at the same time? Iknow a manual can be harder on other parts...

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Doug Nash five speed with straight cut gears (street versions had helical cut gears). Very nice trannies and a wide selection of ratios available for tuning. I beleive they also had dog syncronizers which are the strongest for racing.
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And for this id need a multi-disk clutch, right?
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