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Old 10-24-2012, 05:05 AM   #26
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Old 10-24-2012, 06:15 AM   #27
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Im sure someone will be coming up with an adapter plate to install the ss m6 into the v6

Jay Leno's v6 turbo has a tremec, not sure how they pulled it off.
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Old 10-24-2012, 08:08 AM   #28
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Jay Leno's v6 turbo has a tremec, not sure how they pulled it off.
Hmmm did not know that.
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Old 10-24-2012, 08:23 AM   #29
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If the input shafts are the same thn it's a fairly straight forward deal.

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Jay Leno's v6 turbo has a tremec, not sure how they pulled it off.
Let us look into this.

A ss tranny will carbon synchros won't be bullet proof but it should handle a boosted LLT just fine. We M6 guys already have the SS rear so we'd be good to go after an upgraded clutch.

I'd expect the SS trans to hold up longer than the LLT under boost.
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Old 10-24-2012, 10:07 AM   #30
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Let us look into this.

A ss tranny will carbon synchros won't be bullet proof but it should handle a boosted LLT just fine. We M6 guys already have the SS rear so we'd be good to go after an upgraded clutch.

I'd expect the SS trans to hold up longer than the LLT under boost.
Very true. If the tremec would sustain 600 crank hp, that should suffice until the stroker crank is available.
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Old 10-24-2012, 11:05 AM   #31
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Let us look into this.

A ss tranny will carbon synchros won't be bullet proof but it should handle a boosted LLT just fine. We M6 guys already have the SS rear so we'd be good to go after an upgraded clutch.

I'd expect the SS trans to hold up longer than the LLT under boost.
I like the way you're thinking. (Does anybody else remember the old joke that ends with that as a punchline?).
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Old 10-24-2012, 12:06 PM   #32
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We M6 guys already have the SS rear so we'd be good to go after an upgraded clutch.
Only the M6/RS have the SS rear and half shafts
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Old 10-24-2012, 12:27 PM   #33
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with enough money almost anything is possible lol
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:08 PM   #34
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Only the M6/RS have the SS rear and half shafts
Really? What do you get if you ordered an M6 with no RS? That is bizarre...

And not my problem! LOL
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:31 PM   #35
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Only the M6/RS have the SS rear and half shafts
Are you sure? I'm pretty sure my car is a LSD.
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:36 PM   #36
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Are you sure? I'm pretty sure my car is a LSD.

It does for 2010-11 for sure, not sure what they've done after
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Old 10-24-2012, 04:26 PM   #37
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Quick update on the IDEALG modified clutch mastercylinder- I think it works!

I'm running the Hurst aftermarket shifter (I think about the shortest throw out there- but not necessarily the best one), with the regular DOT#3 brake fluid in the OE hydraulic lines and right now I've got the OE gear oil in the trans. So the new mastercylinder gets the credit. The only other recent change was the NH-SS bushing replacement- which I also recommend because it really tightens up the shift pattern on the Hurst, but I doubt it impacts the 1-2 shift that much.

Today I re-bled it (just to be sure) changed the engine oil and took her out revved the shite out of it! Tried to make it grind- shifted beyond redline and... no noise, no crunch, no nothing.

Now it's still a balky, notchy little PIA tranny. But if I can bang a clean 1-2 shift and squall those back tires for a looong time every now and again, well I might keep it bit longer.

I'll still be watching for an easy swap for the Tremec out of the 1LE say?
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Old 10-24-2012, 06:34 PM   #38
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I rather replace my tranny with a home built tranny made out of butter and wood. It would definitly hold up better then out POS tranny. The fn grinds make you look like an amateur in front of people when it's really this crappy tranny. Guess it's evident how much I hate this tranny. Oh and it's soo damn notchy, doesn't want to go into first once in a while. Can't wait to replace it completely. Thinking Tr6060
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Old 10-24-2012, 07:10 PM   #39
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Has anyone attempted to try fitting a tr6060 onto the LLT engine?
Or if they tried and it doesn't fit?
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I sent a PM to one of the vendors in the Vendor Tranny section - hopefully will at least start the conversation if not get some needed info. I'll post as soon as I have something.
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Old 10-24-2012, 08:22 PM   #41
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I was hoping that the new Tremec (TR3060) developed for the new Caddy ATS would work since the ATS is also going to offer the 3.6, but the Motor Trend review said it wasn't that great of a tranny.
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Yeah the Jay Leno had the Tremec....I'm sure you can google or youtube the Jay Leno Twin Turbo V6 and find the video. It mentions it, but don't think it gives much in the way of details.

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I was hoping that the new Tremec (TR3060) developed for the new Caddy ATS would work since the ATS is also going to offer the 3.6, but the Motor Trend review said it wasn't that great of a tranny.
Just read on motortrend that GM is stopping production on all the manual ATS at the moment to hopefully put a fix to that.....so it could still be a possibility!
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You know, Jay Leno seems to be a real car guy. So what if we all wrote to him/his show explaining our problem and that we simply want to know what tranny he has on his TTV6 car? If he is a real car guy I see no reason why he wouldn't give us some info.

I am worried that it is not cheap.
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Summit has built tr6060s for 2800$ outright. Site had the input shaft spec of 1 1/8" 26 spline. If we can get the input shaft size and some pics of the bell housing might be able to do some measurements.
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You know, Jay Leno seems to be a real car guy. So what if we all wrote to him/his show explaining our problem and that we simply want to know what tranny he has on his TTV6 car? If he is a real car guy I see no reason why he wouldn't give us some info.

I am worried that it is not cheap.
you mean what tranny or how they got it to work? cause in the video he says tremec 6060. Good idea of asking how they got it to work though...
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you mean what tranny or how they got it to work? cause in the video he says tremec 6060. Good idea of asking how they got it to work though...
Yeah the tranny my bad I never watched the video lol. He still might explain how it was done though...worth a try?
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i think so, if i remember when i get off work i'll try an email
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Yeah the tranny my bad I never watched the video lol. He still might explain how it was done though...worth a try?
Might be worth a try, but I doubt he knows how it was really done. Yeah it is the "Jay Leno TTV6 Camaro" but I doubt he had so much input with the car the he knows specically how they got the tremec to work with the V6.

He does not have the car in his collection...it is GM owned and hard to say what GM is doing with it at this point, but it was really nice to see that well after the SEMA show where it debuted, they were still tweaking it and testing with it.

He is definitely a car guy.
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Just read on motortrend that GM is stopping production on all the manual ATS at the moment to hopefully put a fix to that.....so it could still be a possibility!
Test rode the Auto AWD ATS... Too bad we couldn't get the AWD in our Camaro...

They had NO standard on the lot any where around here...
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Sounds like the ideal g slave is for you, not enough fluid for proper disengagement. get the gto res too, I think it was about 15 bucks.
I've been away from the forums for a while. What is the ideal g slave and gto res?
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