stock axles? why would you want to use them? stronger axles are important for a faster car...so they don't go SNAP when you go down a track.
same here, my axles came cut theres going to be all kinds of little suprises that pop up during the install.sleepycelica said:let me know how that goes as i just got my 20v engine, tranny, ecu in the mail and the axles were not included in the deal:hammer:
that helps alot! thanksthespud said:In answer to your question about the clutch sizes, during the swap i did we changed the clutch from my 4A-FE into the 20v because it had done less milage and had been looked after significantly better than the one in the 20v appeared to be.. everything was exactly the same sizr too... the Thrust Bearing, pressure plate and clutch plate were all an exact fit. Hope this helps a little.
depends on what c52 you get..... any clutch will work, and it depends on what flywheel you get as well..... the early c52's came with the 200?mm flywheels and in 90-91 they came with the 212mm flywheels (and larger clutches as well)..... the ae86 used the same 200mm flywheel in the W50 tranny.....Flashmn said:if you use the 4A-F C52 gearbox it _Should_ work. And being a 4A block, it should bolt up. Then again the clutch would be smaller than the one on the C56.
whats the diff between the c52 and c50? the drive ratios?toyotaspeed90 said:depends on what c52 you get..... any clutch will work, and it depends on what flywheel you get as well..... the early c52's came with the 200?mm flywheels and in 90-91 they came with the 212mm flywheels (and larger clutches as well)..... the ae86 used the same 200mm flywheel in the W50 tranny.....
anyways, you can use the 4a-fe axles if you use the 4a-fe tranny... the 4a-fe, however, only came with a c50 transmission
ok, so if i use my 4afe axles they will fit on my silvertop with little difficulty? i was going to take the whole tranny off and use it, but it would be easier this way.Snidley7 said:I'm in the middle of a 20v silvertop swap right now. I got an AE92 that used to have a 4afe. The stock axles connected just fine.
Here is a picuter of the 20v's driveshafts:
The left 4afe drive shaft will fit right in. To make the right side fit you will have to remove the bracket on the 20v driveshaft.
I'm using the transmission that came with the silvertop. Everthing bolted right in place. The only change to the gearbox i made was replacing the electronic speedometer sensor with the mechanical one from my 4afe gearbox. It was a direct bolt in.