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G50/03 conversion in a 79 930

What needs to be done to fit this transmission into a 79 930? I know the bell housing needs to be shortened, but what about the front mount? I do not want to cut the car or mess with the torsion bar assembly.

I already have the plumbing, pedal kit, slave/master cylinders, etc.

Will this tranny fit this car?

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Hi Don,

I think that is a G50 from a 87-89 Carrera, correct? If so it should fit no problem. You will need to dissasemble the tranny completely. Mach the belhousing and input shaft. You will have to mod the shifter coupler also.

When I did my conversion I used my old 915 front mount and redrilled hole for the tranny.

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The G50.03 was used in the model 964 from MY90 onward, the G50.01 and G50.02 were used between 1987-1989. I'm looking for a G50.03 bellhousing if you know anyone selling.
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Don. Are you doing it now because the 915 is gone? Or for better shifting. I recall a big difference from my G50 to 915(1983 SC).

p.s Is your 915 different internally than SC915?

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Don. Are you doing it now because the 915 is gone? Or for better shifting. I recall a big difference from my G50 to 915(1983 SC).

p.s Is your 915 different internally than SC915?

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I'd be surprised if Don was using a 915 with the type of power his engine makes. He's probably looking to replace the four speed 930...
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right. I had a question to ask here. Lets see...

Don. Is 4 sp going. If so what is happening to it. Will you be going with stock g50.

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Bernard - I've decided to keep my 930 4sp box since the cost of upgrading to the G50 is so expensive.
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