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    I already have the Transmission and pedals what else to I need?Click image for larger version

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    You need Jose too
    Originally posted by wholepailofwater
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      #3
      Manuel Swap

      Originally posted by MrBurgundy View Post
      You need Jose too


      Lol who’s that? I already got a mechanic just need the parts list without anything left out .



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        #4
        Originally posted by MrBurgundy View Post
        You need Jose too
        José

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          #5
          Originally posted by Reichart12 View Post
          José


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            Originally posted by wholepailofwater
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              #7
              Originally posted by MrBurgundy View Post
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                #8
                Originally posted by Beamerboi View Post
                Lol who’s that? I already got a mechanic just need the parts list without anything left out .



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                They are just referring to the fact that you misspelled manual! There is a lot of information about manual swaps here. The search bar up too will help or you can scroll through the pages in the transmission section. It’s under engine and drivetrain. Good luck! Hopefully you’ll be banging gears before too long.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by GoochE30 View Post
                  They are just referring to the fact that you misspelled manual! There is a lot of information about manual swaps here. The search bar up too will help or you can scroll through the pages in the transmission section. It’s under engine and drivetrain. Good luck! Hopefully you’ll be banging gears before too long.


                  Lolol oh wow ya oops[emoji38] ya I did my research. It’s gonna take a little longer but will be worth it!


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                    #10
                    I'm working on this too, gathering parts now. There are a ton of good writeups on AT/MT swaps, just search on Google and you'll find many sites and links to follow.

                    Figure on about $1,000 for all of the parts, another $800 to $1000 to install at an inexpensive shop, much more at other places. DIY is difficult, especially lying on the floor in a dark garage. You really want access to a lift to make this a pleasant experience.

                    Here is my list, gleaned from a variety of sources over the past year. Parts with an (x) are things I already have; still buying other pieces. I hope this helps.

                    M/T swap parts list

                    Transmission input shaft seal
                    Engine rear main seal

                    Transmission (x)
                    Transmission oil
                    Transmission crossmember (x)
                    Transmission mounts (x)
                    Transmission mount nuts (x)

                    Shifter assembly (x)
                    Selector rod | Shift link w/washers and clips (x)
                    Shift handle (x)
                    Shift knob and emblem (x)
                    Nylon cup and bushing (x)
                    Shift lever insulating rubber boot (x)
                    Shift lever leather boot (x)
                    Lock pin for support arm (?)
                    Bushing mounting nut (x)

                    Transmission to block bolts (set, you can reuse the bolts that came off your auto)

                    Guibo bolts (need new)
                    Guibo (x)

                    Driveshaft (x)
                    c.v. joint nub (?)
                    Center bearing assembly (x)

                    Reverse light switch
                    M/T reverse lamps wiring harness BMW p/n 23141220263
                    Clutch cruise control switch and wiring

                    Flywheel (needs machining)
                    Flywheel spacer plate (x)
                    Flywheel bolts x8 (need new)

                    Throwout bearing
                    Clutch/Pressure Plate assembly (x)
                    Clutch fork (x)
                    Clutch fork bearing (x)
                    Clutch master cylinder
                    Clutch master fluid line connector (x)
                    Clutch slave cylinder
                    Clutch hardline

                    Firewall grommet
                    Clutch soft line (x)

                    Pedal assembly

                    Replacement exhaust hardware
                    Jon (OO=[][]=OO)
                    1992 325ic white, stock with a 5-speed swap
                    Palm Beach County

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                      Originally posted by jgilber0 View Post
                      I'm working on this too, gathering parts now. There are a ton of good writeups on AT/MT swaps, just search on Google and you'll find many sites and links to follow.

                      Figure on about $1,000 for all of the parts, another $800 to $1000 to install at an inexpensive shop, much more at other places. DIY is difficult, especially lying on the floor in a dark garage. You really want access to a lift to make this a pleasant experience.

                      Here is my list, gleaned from a variety of sources over the past year. Parts with an (x) are things I already have; still buying other pieces. I hope this helps.

                      M/T swap parts list

                      Transmission input shaft seal
                      Engine rear main seal

                      Transmission (x)
                      Transmission oil
                      Transmission crossmember (x)
                      Transmission mounts (x)
                      Transmission mount nuts (x)

                      Shifter assembly (x)
                      Selector rod | Shift link w/washers and clips (x)
                      Shift handle (x)
                      Shift knob and emblem (x)
                      Nylon cup and bushing (x)
                      Shift lever insulating rubber boot (x)
                      Shift lever leather boot (x)
                      Lock pin for support arm (?)
                      Bushing mounting nut (x)

                      Transmission to block bolts (set, you can reuse the bolts that came off your auto)

                      Guibo bolts (need new)
                      Guibo (x)

                      Driveshaft (x)
                      c.v. joint nub (?)
                      Center bearing assembly (x)

                      Reverse light switch
                      M/T reverse lamps wiring harness BMW p/n 23141220263
                      Clutch cruise control switch and wiring

                      Flywheel (needs machining)
                      Flywheel spacer plate (x)
                      Flywheel bolts x8 (need new)

                      Throwout bearing
                      Clutch/Pressure Plate assembly (x)
                      Clutch fork (x)
                      Clutch fork bearing (x)
                      Clutch master cylinder
                      Clutch master fluid line connector (x)
                      Clutch slave cylinder
                      Clutch hardline

                      Firewall grommet
                      Clutch soft line (x)

                      Pedal assembly

                      Replacement exhaust hardware


                      Awesome man! Thank you so much! I think I’m just going to start with the bigger parts clutch,new flywheel, cylinders, etc when I start thinking of every bolt it’s overwhelming. But yes this list will help for sure! I’ll keep updating my progress here and on instagram.


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                        Originally posted by Beamerboi View Post
                        Awesome man! Thank you so much! I think I’m just going to start with the bigger parts clutch,new flywheel, cylinders, etc when I start thinking of every bolt it’s overwhelming. But yes this list will help for sure! I’ll keep updating my progress here and on instagram.


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                        Can you use auto guibo and center support because I got them both new for the auto trans?


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                          #13
                          Glad to help! I’ll likely do mine in 2019.

                          I think the guibo and center bearing may not be the same, but let’s see what others say.
                          Jon (OO=[][]=OO)
                          1992 325ic white, stock with a 5-speed swap
                          Palm Beach County

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                            #14
                            Get the brass fork pivot and install a new clutch fork.

                            Get Luis, Miguel and Jose to help...Manuel is always slipping out.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by uturn View Post
                              Get the brass fork pivot and install a new clutch fork.

                              Get Luis, Miguel and Jose to help...Manuel is always slipping out.


                              [emoji81] cool man I’ll keep that in mind! Thanks for all the help everyone! With the car and my spelling lol


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