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Old 08-15-2012, 05:37 PM
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6.7l auto to manual

I realize that this is a probably a dumb question. I want a 6.4l because of the manual transmission. Is there any realty in doing a 6.7l auto to manual swap or would it be insanely expensive.

Thanks just wondering if it would be possible
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Idk if any manual tranny will match up to the 6.7 but if it did it wouldn't be any more than putting the tranny in cutting a hole in ur floor install a clutch pedal cut ur brake pedal in half install a master cylinder and then ur good to go and probably some wiring not worth it in my opinion but do it to 240sx cars all the time

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Old 08-16-2012, 05:36 AM
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You would have massive computer problems/mismatches on the PCM and ECM probably the BCM also dependant on how your truck was equipted.
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Just drive it with the auto.
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Its a fun question. Im wondering if a manual was offered world wide. Kinda like a diesel Ranger.

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Its a fun question. Im wondering if a manual was offered world wide. Kinda like a diesel Ranger.

Leo
They offer a manual in them in south America but they are only available with the gas engine. I don't think the 6.7 is sold in any part of the world except for North America


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I realize that this is a probably a dumb question. I want a 6.4l because of the manual transmission. Is there any realty in doing a 6.7l auto to manual swap or would it be insanely expensive.

Thanks just wondering if it would be possible
I'm going to take a leap here and say that you don't own a 6.7 truck....right?

The auto is awesome, not worth the headache to go thru to try to reprogram and modify an already very expensive truck to row gears.
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Old 09-01-2012, 04:23 AM
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I would think that only the diesel would be offered to the rest of the world...and in manual...But then again, maybe the gas engine offers a more reliable platform.

Leo
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Old 09-01-2012, 07:31 AM
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I would think that only the diesel would be offered to the rest of the world...and in manual...But then again, maybe the gas engine offers a more reliable platform.

Leo
The rest of the world likes small, fuel efficient diesels. They don't have much use for a 400hp truck engine


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Right Turbo, I would concur with that, esp. in poorer countrys. I.E. the Global Ranger. But with that said, I was suprised to learn how popular the 250 PSers are Down Under and in New Zealand as well as South America. I would also think PS would be a good choice in a chassis cab application when the little effeminate Euro-chassis are too small.

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