from auto to manual, how hard is the labor?
is the labor hard?
and also can GSR manual be put in an 2000 GS?
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I'm pretty sure that it can be done. Hell a person could make the car RWD if they were rich and crazy enough.
But as far as the swap goes I believe it would be pretty damn intensive. It's not just the tranny itself but all the little things you'd have to replace or modify. For example: Gauges, shifter, clutch pedal and mechanisms and clutch master cylinder etc.
00 Honda Civic EX daily driver
84 Honda Nighthawk CB700
There is alot to replace, and it ends up totally about 2000 or so I think... I am still in a mental battle with myself if I want to swap mine over...
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sell the auto, buy a manual.
1.8L Acura Integra GSR: Back where it belongs.
3.2L Pontiac Tran-sport Montana: that things about to go.
2.2L Honda Accord EX: Sold to my sister
232CI Mercury Sable: Sold to some lady, by my father, while i was on a camping trip. IMM232
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I actually had it done with an old civic ex auto. I had a DX tranny put in. The most expensive part is that they have to lift the engine out which anytime that is done it gets pricey... but it was in total 700 clams.
Last edited by Xanax420; 12-10-05 at 11:53 AM.
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Originally Posted by Xanax420
There is no need to lift the motor out.
I have done it 3 times and it's worth it.
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