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  1. After testing the first generation Team M Factory...

    After testing the first generation Team M Factory 5th gear and speaking with Patrick from the company, I understood that the noise was coming from the way the gears were cut. Their gear was...
  2. Step 4: Clutch and Flywheel A little more time...

    Step 4: Clutch and Flywheel

    A little more time has passed, and now the car is back inside for its final stages of the project. I've updated the finishing steps, so you can scroll back up to enjoy...
  3. Hi there. I’m sorry I didn’t get back to you...

    Hi there. I’m sorry I didn’t get back to you sooner, I was checking with Bullfrog. They were just waiting for confirmation from their supplier on the part number. Looks like you beat me to the...
  4. STEP 4: REASSEMBLY Well, it's been almost two...

    STEP 4: REASSEMBLY

    Well, it's been almost two months, but I finally have an update. We were able to source our rear counter shaft bearing from Mazda of all places...
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    Now that that's...
  5. *NEW: 20V 4AGE Clear Cam Covers from Zaklee

    Have you ever wanted to watch your beautiful cams spin right round baby, but were worried about a lone rock ruining everything? Well, for those of us with a 16V 4AG, you could get a clear cam cover....
  6. Jeff, thank you very much for this info. I'm...

    Jeff, thank you very much for this info. I'm going to look into the Nissan part numbers you supplied to corroborate. This is very much appreciated!
  7. Step 2: Nissan S15 5th gear Since I drive...

    Step 2: Nissan S15 5th gear

    Since I drive with a 4.778 Ring and Pinion, elevated highway RPM is an issue. With the second gen TeamMFactory 5th gear in my T50 (.737), I can cruise at around...
  8. CHAPTER 3: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER INDEX OF...

    CHAPTER 3: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER

    INDEX OF STEPS
    Step 1: Facking Toyota
    Step 2: Nissan S15 6th gear
    Step 3: Reassembly
    Step 4: Clutch and Flywheel
    Step 5: Installation
    Step 6: Driveshaft...
  9. Step 3: Painting PAINTING I wanted the...

    Step 3: Painting

    PAINTING

    I wanted the adapter plate, splash guard, and shifter relocater to look OEM, so Chris V. came by and painted them for us.
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  10. STEP 2: ANODIZING AND PLATING PLATING: ...

    STEP 2: ANODIZING AND PLATING

    PLATING:
    Seeing as how the bolts were lying around, I decided to have them Cadmium plated. The result was quite good:
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    The corrosion cleaned...
  11. CHAPTER 2: FINISHING INDEX OF STEPS Step 1:...

    CHAPTER 2: FINISHING

    INDEX OF STEPS
    Step 1: Powder coating
    Step 2: Anodizing and plating
    Step 3: Painting


    Finishing work is my favourite step, and I like making parts look as close to OEM...
  12. STEP 7: FINAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CHAPTER 1:...

    STEP 7: FINAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR CHAPTER 1: FITMENT


    Using a T50 Starter
    DISCLAIMER: if you choose to use a T50 starter, then make sure you have it rebuilt before you install it. Once installed...
  13. STEP 6: WELD UP THEM HOLES YOU DONE DID SON... ...

    STEP 6: WELD UP THEM HOLES YOU DONE DID SON...
    Obviously, you?ll want to close up the holes in the bellhousing, but it?s interesting to note that it already has a few slits, which must be for...
  14. STEP 5: TEST FIT THE EMPTY TRANSMISSION CASE TO...

    STEP 5: TEST FIT THE EMPTY TRANSMISSION CASE TO THE ENGINE WITH THE TRANSMISSION CROSSMEMBER

    The SQ mount is well made. The holes were drilled before the metal was bent to shape, so they need to...
  15. STEP 4: TEST FIT THE BELLHOUSING TO THE ADAPTER...

    STEP 4: TEST FIT THE BELLHOUSING TO THE ADAPTER PLATE ON THE ENGINE

    Some pictures posted on the SQ site (2 of a J160G and 1 of a J160S) explained what kind of mods the bellhousing would need....
  16. STEP 3: TEST FIT THE ADAPTER PLATES TO THE ENGINE...

    STEP 3: TEST FIT THE ADAPTER PLATES TO THE ENGINE

    -Seat the two engine dowels so that they don?t protrude past the adapter plate.
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    -Test fit the adapter plate and dust shield. We...
  17. STEP 2: TEST FIT THE STARTER -Cue Jungle Music...

    STEP 2: TEST FIT THE STARTER

    -Cue Jungle Music

    -Mark the areas that interfere with the starter
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    -Grind to fit
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  18. STEP 1: TEST FIT THE ADAPTER PLATE TO THE...

    STEP 1: TEST FIT THE ADAPTER PLATE TO THE TRANSMISSION
    -Take out your old T50, and try not to die of excitement.
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    -Bolt the adapter plate on to the transmission
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  19. CHAPTER 1: FITMENT DISCLAIMER: We believe that...

    CHAPTER 1: FITMENT

    DISCLAIMER: We believe that if you're running a stock 16V 4AG, or a 20V with a low profile waterline kit, then you’ll be able to fit the kit on with less effort than us....
  20. Thanks, Jeff. I've ordered a J160 manual from...

    Thanks, Jeff. I've ordered a J160 manual from Japan. It'll probably be in Japanese, but at least all the torque specs and clearances will be available.



    Thanks, Matt. Your question is hard to...
  21. That's indeed a great idea, but I'm one step...

    That's indeed a great idea, but I'm one step ahead of you. Oldeskewltoy from Club4AG helped me find the part numbers for the Nissan S15 6th gear and counter gear. I'm in touch with a couple companies...
  22. I did a couple months of research, finding out...

    I did a couple months of research, finding out what I would need to do the swap as painless as possible. The majority of the parts needed are made by SQ Engineering in Australia. Sam is super cool to...
  23. Comparison between the J160 and the T50 OEM...

    Comparison between the J160 and the T50

    OEM T50 gearing:
    1st: 3.587
    2nd: 2.022
    3rd: 1.384
    4th: 1.00
    5th: 0.861

    2nd Generation TeamMFactory 5th: 0.737
  24. Project duration: October 2017 to present ...

    Project duration: October 2017 to present

    Thanks Dad for your contribution, supervision and patience.


    Thanks to those who helped me find information or parts:

    Warren
    Oldeskewltoy
    666...
  25. Serendipity's comprehensive AE86 J160 swap

    My AE86 started as an automatic SR5. The first project my dad and I did together, aside from the basic maintenance stuff, was converting her to a five speed T50. Here's our project on that:
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