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    CelicaSupra.com Member Deanfun's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1suprafan View Post
    I'm not very good at reading your spread sheet. I have a 5 speed out of a 82 supra which came with a 3.73. I put the transmission in my 84 after auto swap but the rear end is still the 4.10. Could you tell me what I would need to do to get the speed right. Or would I need to get either a 3.73 rear end or a 4.10 transmission?
    You would either have to swap to a 3.73 rear end, or install the appropriate 4.10 transmission speedo gears into your transmission.
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    I always that i was going about 5 miles under the speed limit. That all started when little old white haired ladies would drive by me and flip me off...
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    Just for clarification if I wanted to go with the 4.10 I would have to change both gears in my trans that came with a 3.73 rear end or could I just change the gears out on the side of the transmission?
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    The plastic outer gear will have two numbers printed on it. ...36 and 10... or something to that effect. So long as the small number is the same between the two outer gears, you're set. (The OD's will be the same as well.) Otherwise, welcome to splitting a tranny. (hold pressure on the output shaft while you pop ONLY the rear portion off and you will halve your chances of leaks once you put it together again.

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    CelicaSupra.com Member Joseph's Avatar
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    The link is down

    Any chance this can be accessed some other way? Or is there a new link, Dean?

    Thanks,
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    I have it at home, I can repost.
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    Current fun car: Black 86 with 7M-GTE/W58/3.58/TrueTrack, 300whp, 13.5@102.
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    For those who don't have Microsoft Office (or don't want it), look into OpenOffice.org. It's a free open source office suite available for Microsoft Windows and most Unix-like operating systems. It will read and write to Microsoft's proprietary Office formats and the ISO approved open document format.

    Sorry if that sounds like an infomercial/shameless plug. Just figured I'd try and help the people who aren't able to check out the spreadsheet you made.

    Thanks for that, by the way!

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    If someone will email me the XLS file I can host it on multiple servers and we won't have to worry about not having access to the file to use.

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    Current fun car: Black 86 with 7M-GTE/W58/3.58/TrueTrack, 300whp, 13.5@102.
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