|From experience always get r154 gearbox with 2jzgte minimum! Everyone I know has broken w58 with 2jzgte, and when driving you can notice the mix match ratios it feels quite short geared too not worth doing if you want decent power.|
Subject: RE: [sconz] JZ - w58 bellhousing . what's one worth?
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2012 21:32:38 +1300
Why all the fuss over w58 & remote shift for? Is this for using on na 2j other wise why want this.
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> Hi Mark,
> The general going rate for W-JZ bells has been $350 and upwards. Often up to $500 as the only alternative is a new option from Brendan at $650 or OEM which is supposedly more (hence why Brendan started manufacturing copies).
> $180, I would give both my testicles for that price :D
> What are you slinging a remote shifter box into?
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> stuart sorry neither. i've imported a jza80 w58 box and don't require the bell and a friend wants it for his crown 2jzge conversion. (ms75 shell on a jzs130 chassis converted manual).
> I just don't know what to sell for. i knew they're sought after but didn't think it'd be this hard to find one for sale in NZ to compare to!
> niteparts bells are $650 or oem about $450 (hearsay).
> he's offered $180 +/-
> thats fair?
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