Sorry man, not a bolt in. The input shaft is 19mm longer. The belhousing is deeper for the longer input. The trans can be changed with a new input. and installed with the pre 94 belhousing, same drive shaft and crossmember.
Wouldn't switching to a '94/95 bellhousing and transmission be an effective way to slightly move weight to the rear of the car? This coupled with moving the whole engine and tranny back with a k-member that allows this seems like it could help out a bit.
I have an 87 T-5 that I have just completely gone through. It is my backup. I took all of the insides out of a 90 T-5 and built the 87 up with them. All of the synchros, bearings, and gears.I even have the bellhousing since I am running a Lakewood scattershield. It will need a shifter (the stock one got pitched a long time ago) I recommend the B&M ripper.
My 90 T-5 has all of the D&D goodies in it including the 2.95 1st, and the alloy gear set. Anyway, If you are interested let me know. [email protected]
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