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Old December 14th, 2010, 05:17 PM   #1
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Emco sequential transmission

Complete drop in for t56 tranny. 1200 hp rated. 3 places that support the shafts. Shafts are made from 300m and gears are 9310. Billet end pieces with cast center. The gears that take the most load are positioned closest to the bearings and the supports. Anybody got 24 grand laying around


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Old December 14th, 2010, 05:23 PM   #2
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It costs around $20k for a good auto setup so $24k doesn't seem all that unreasonable
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Old December 14th, 2010, 06:06 PM   #3
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It costs around $20k for a good auto setup so $24k doesn't seem all that unreasonable
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Old December 14th, 2010, 07:08 PM   #4
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Old December 14th, 2010, 08:25 PM   #5
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Old December 14th, 2010, 08:36 PM   #6
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It costs around $20k for a good auto setup so $24k doesn't seem all that unreasonable

it shouldn't cost more than 10k for all the best parts, i.e. Rosser trans with neil chance converter, and with labor.

$24k is crazy.
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it shouldn't cost more than 10k for all the best parts, i.e. Rosser trans with neil chance converter, and with labor.

$24k is crazy.
Quaife has a sequential shifter for $10 grand. There was a thread about it here somewhere..
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Spoke to quaife about the trans. Spoke to hollinger about theirs as well. Out of country getting parts gets difficult. Hollinger is 19k without the bellhousing, quaife is 11k without the bellhousing. Ive left messages at taylor race(quaife service center) to get repair costs and service prices and never got a return call. Ive called emco 3 times for same things and they answered everytime.

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it shouldn't cost more than 10k for all the best parts, i.e. Rosser trans with neil chance converter, and with labor.

$24k is crazy.
who does the swap for 10 grand?
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i have a holinger box, love it.
emco wasn't out when i bought the holinger
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i have a holinger box, love it.
emco wasn't out when i bought the holinger

How much was your holinger?


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Old December 15th, 2010, 05:30 PM   #14
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holinger box without bellhousing is 19k with current exchange. Youd still have to make a cross member to mount the rear of the tranny!

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holinger box without bellhousing is 19k with current exchange. Youd still have to make a cross member to mount the rear of the tranny!
with shipping, bellhousing & strain guage shifter its more in the $22k-24K range, i'd have to look at the invoice to be certain

dana clark at autotech driveline was or still is the holinger us importer
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Great talking to you last night ! Thanks for the info and cant wait to see you out there!
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Steve from Vegas has a sequental in his comp coupe, think he told me it's a Holinger? $24K MSRP from Dodge. No lift upshifts, fast. Takes some time to learn downshifting since you have 2 count down.

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We (their engineer) are looking at the possibility of putting it into a car that has never had one before. To early to say whether it will work, I am keeping my fingers crossed.

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From Dan Cota the Racing Director at EMCO:

The DV46 is a purpose built race transmission. There is no other transmission that had been designed for the Dodge Viper Competition Coupe. This unit has a huge torque capacity. The unique positioning of the high torque loaded gears is the secret to success. First through fourth are all mounted next to carrier bearing. The DV46 has a torque capacity in excess of 1,100 foot pounds of torque.

There are two drop gear ratios, one first gear ratio and fifty six second through sixth to choose from. The transmission comes complete with gear oil pump, oil filter, rotary potentiometer, strain gauged shift lever and billet drive shaft slip yoke. Mobile 75/90 synthetic is recommended.
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From Dan Cota the Racing Director at EMCO:

The DV46 is a purpose built race transmission. There is no other transmission that had been designed for the Dodge Viper Competition Coupe. This unit has a huge torque capacity. The unique positioning of the high torque loaded gears is the secret to success. First through fourth are all mounted next to carrier bearing. The DV46 has a torque capacity in excess of 1,100 foot pounds of torque.

There are two drop gear ratios, one first gear ratio and fifty six second through sixth to choose from. The transmission comes complete with gear oil pump, oil filter, rotary potentiometer, strain gauged shift lever and billet drive shaft slip yoke. Mobile 75/90 synthetic is recommended.
sounds like a great unit!!
nice talking to you as well. i'm gong to be speaking with JR about the boost control integration w/ TC I'll probably be calling you to discuss it futher as well

Good Luck!
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