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Looking to have transmission re-built

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I had one of David Lumbra's 4- speeds in the race car I bought, and I loved it.  To death, of course, because race car, but it was the nicest shifting 2002 trans I've ever driven.

 

Old contact info:

 

David Lumbra
http://www.2002restorations.com
[email protected]

 

I don't know if he still does them.

 

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I had one of David Lumbra's 4- speeds in the race car I bought, and I loved it.  To death, of course, because race car, but it was the nicest shifting 2002 trans I've ever driven.

 

Old contact info:

 

David Lumbra

http://www.2002restorations.com

[email protected]

 

I don't know if he still does them.

 

 

I clicked on the link, but nothing happen. Do you have a #?

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I clicked on the link, but nothing happen. Do you have a #?

David Lumbra is retired. No longer doing anymore work.

Do you wish to stay local? If you wish to go anywhere, from what I have heard, Metric Mechanic is supposed to do some pretty good rebuilds. You can check their website and see.

www.metricmechanic.com

Go downloads and scroll down the pricelist.

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Thank you. How long ago bianchini?

 

How much did it cost?

I got it rebuilt this past summer. Had issues with 4th gear. I have a getrag 240 (2 piece out of an e21). I can't remember the cost but it was definitely less than I was planning for, so I would say he is on the cheaper cost side. He daily and tracks an e30 and has a few other nice cars he was working on- mid sixties vette, 70 plymouth cuda, fj40 land cruiser, willies jeep, etc. They know their transmissions. 

 

Best of luck. 

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I'm also interested in the market for rebuilding my transmission. Does anyone have experience with shops in the Northeast?

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Thank you "bianchini", I just got home from dropping it off my transmission, (it was only 87-miles from the race car shop, about 2-hours). Should have it back by January 8th, (because of the Holidays and the short work weeks ahead)

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Thank you "bianchini", I just got home from dropping it off my transmission, (it was only 87-miles from the race car shop, about 2-hours). Should have it back by January 8th, (because of the Holidays and the short work weeks ahead)

Great to hear. There is a race shop down the street that sells redline transmission oil and a bunch of other cool stuff. Ask Pete about it. Its called ERC racing fuels. http://www.ercracingfuels.com/ if you go there, its kinda hard to find. On google maps it says it is before the train tracks, but it is actually the building right after it. 

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