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    Registered Member One Ring Recklessb5's Avatar
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    transmission bellhousing correlation for 01e

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    I cracked the bellhousing on my trans and i'm trying to find the cheapest alternative to get it fixed, so i have a five speed in my one point eight and havent had time to pull it to visually inspect what model and such but does anyone know if by any chance of god that the bell housing could be bolted up to the zero one E?
    i just need a quick dirty answer thanks.
    If the crank doesn’t hit the road there’s still some hp left in that block

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    Veteran Member Three Rings m_haiser's Avatar
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    should fit

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    How bad is the crack? I had a SPEC Stage 3+ pressure plate lose a strap. The partially connected strap spun around the housing and gouged out a pretty nice circular pattern from the inside...even made a small window in one spot. I replaced the clutch/PP and ran it. 5+ years later it is still holding up. 6MT, stage 3, meth injected, Avant with lots of launching.

    Depending on how bad the crack is and where it is, you may just want to take it to a good welder.

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    Registered Member One Ring Recklessb5's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by wbrunner23 View Post
    How bad is the crack? I had a SPEC Stage 3+ pressure plate lose a strap. The partially connected strap spun around the housing and gouged out a pretty nice circular pattern from the inside...even made a small window in one spot. I replaced the clutch/PP and ran it. 5+ years later it is still holding up. 6MT, stage 3, meth injected, Avant with lots of launching.

    Depending on how bad the crack is and where it is, you may just want to take it to a good welder.
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    Veteran Member Three Rings m_haiser's Avatar
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    yeah anybody decent with a TIG can fix that. send it.

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    Registered Member One Ring Recklessb5's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_haiser View Post
    yeah anybody decent with a TIG can fix that. send it.
    Its not about the fact i can get it tigged up i could do it and i have my buddys fab shop but i much rather look into a non molested housing instead of risking it after spending 600 on a chance of snapping it agian so i think for the fact that my trans needs a rebuild soon anyway im just going to sawp to a 0a3 and call it quits. its not worth the risk
    If the crank doesn’t hit the road there’s still some hp left in that block

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    5 speed 01E and 1.8 01A are different housings.



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