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WTB 944 S5 trans with or w/o LSD

Looking for a good condition 5 speed from an 944S2
Old 03-06-2017, 08:32 AM
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For the 944S2 trans you want an AOS or AOT (limited slip).
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I have a spare. AOS. Where are you located? I'm in Huntsville, AL.
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I am near Pittsburgh pa. What do you need out of it ?
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Hey Bill...
An AOS Transaxle has the shorter 5th gear... in a S2 Engine P-Car car you will be turning 3100-3150 RPM at 64 MPH! Are u sure u want a AOS? Your gas mileage on the expressway @ 65MPH - 70MPH will be about 15-17 Miles per Gal. / if your lucky!
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AOS = for Shorter 5th Gear = (S) Street
AOT = for Shorter 5th Gear = (T) Track LSD 40%
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AOS = (S) for Short 5th Gear
AOT = (T) for Tall 5th Gear
Ron...
This is incorrect.
AOS - non-LSD
AOT - LSD
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A (Early Turbo 86-87) (5S) Non-LSD w/cooler) ( would be your best match) for lower RPM... at higher speeds... unless u are going racing with the car on short tracks!
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Hey Bill...
An AOS Transaxle has the short 5th gear... in a S2 Engine P-Car car you will be turning 3100-3150 RPM at 64 MPH! Are u sure u want a AOS? Your gas mileage on the expressway @ 65MPH - 70MPH will be about 15-17 Miles per Gal. / if your lucky!
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That is not truly correct either.
AOS transmission has a 0.778 5th gear and not 0.829 which is commonly referred to as the "short 5th"
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Tks... Dimi... I edited my mistakes! Sorry, I'm just getting older! But I didn't want to confuse anyone... I still think a 5P or a 5S w/cooler would be a better match for an S2 Car driven on the street?
5S Transaxle / FDR = vs 3.8889 (AOS & AOR) FDR = 3.355
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This is for a track car
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Tks... Dimi... I edited my mistakes! Sorry, I'm just getting older! But I didn't want to confuse anyone... I still think a 5P or a 5S w/cooler would be a better match for an S2 Car driven on the street?
5P Transaxle / FDR = 3.355 vs (AOS & AOR) FDR = 3.875
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Ron, no problem but I think you mixed the transmission codes and FDRs again
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I think I got it right this time...I know Bill likesthe bumps...

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Ron, no problem but I think you mixed the transmission codes and FDRs again

I think I got it right this time... My dyslexia must be kicking in when I start drinking so soon in the day!
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I have an AOS one, but it tends to come out of 3rd and 4th gears if you let off the gas.

I have been told that this can be due to worn synchros, but not sure. I have 2 new synchros to go into it, if I ever get the guts up to tear into it.

Right now we use it as our spare for racing, and in fact it's in the car at the moment.

Also not sure how to ship something like this. Where are you located?
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I just listed a 9U with LSD and a cooler - has 65K miles

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9U is turbo transmission LSD without cooler, the limited slip 5R and AOR are the ones with cooler. Someone modified that 9U to accept the cooler loop.
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Did they put the gear pump in, that's the question.
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Did they put the gear pump in, that's the question.
Indeed it is... and it is specific for LSD type diff too.
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