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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 07-09-2011, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
 
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RPM GearBox Pictures/Info

If anyone is interested in a RPM GearBox they are now ready. Contact Dan at 323-343-4544 or www.rpmgearboxes.com Here are some pictures of mine.
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That's kick ass! You'll have to post any mods you had to do to get it to work in your rig. Has it been designed specific for the Redlines?

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If anyone is interested in a RPM GearBox they are now ready. Contact Dan at 323-343-4544 or www.rpmgearboxes.com Here are some pictures of mine.
Alright! This is what I was talking about when I said if you want to race these things, then make them strong enough to get to the finish line! The stock gear boxes were not made for race conditions so you have done what you needed to do and now everybody else can do that too if they choose to. Thank you!
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nice job guys, that will be the next box after i destroy gen two...hopefully
i get another 4 years out of this gen two box
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I've been asked about cost of the RPM install. I spent about 3500.00 total. The RPM Gearbox and the 2 axles 2500.00, 2 930 cv's 135.00, mounts 350.00 (plus there was 4 of us that also split the cost to have the R&D done for the mounting kit 250.00 each), bolts nuts and odds and ends and shipping to Washington. I do not know the weight of the gear box but I will post it next time I talk to Dan.
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Jeff I don't see a torque bump stop in your pictures. How was that addressed? Is it there and just hidden?

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Mike,
There is no longer a bump stop. Now there is a part (clutch bearing stay)that mounts in the same area with a heim to the motor mount and attatches to the input shaft with bearings to keep the same distance between the engine and gearbox at all times witch also prevents any change in the belt distance between the the primary and the secondary clutch. This is a much better setup and even with the motor being rubber mounted they will not flex changing gearing ratios due to lossening, tightening, and flexing of the drive belt while under load,
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Mike,
There is no longer a bump stop. Now there is a part (clutch bearing stay)that mounts in the same area with a heim to the motor mount and attatches to the input shaft with bearings to keep the same distance between the engine and gearbox at all times witch also prevents any change in the belt distance between the the primary and the secondary clutch. This is a much better setup and even with the motor being rubber mounted they will not flex changing gearing ratios due to lossening, tightening, and flexing of the drive belt while under load,
I take it the bearing stay is self aligning? Is the bearing sealed or do you have to service them?

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Very nice! Looks good! It is on my shortlist of upgrades. Working on my turbo now. Gonna run 210 HP through a stock box and watch the grenade happen first! LOL


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The Bearing stay butts up against a larger diameter in the shaft then is shimed between the bearing stay and the primary clutch. You also need to machine about .100 off the stock bushing.

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