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i looked around the search, but i need to know some details. if anyone has done the M20 swap with the tranny included please email me at.

grimace_dj@yahoo.com

i want to know about clearances, butterfly of the tunnel, cutting, welding. that sort of thing. once we email, then we can do some phone stuff. thanks.

matthew.

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after you do a little more research, we may be able to help you out.

What tranny do you have (or plan to buy)?

Are you asking if it will fit? If so, stick around, you've got some reading to do.

searches you may want to try:

M20b25

M20b27

M20 swap

Getrag 240

Getrag 245

Getrag 265

E21 323i

E21

E30 318i 1991

E30 transmission

Make it different... or just do it differently

Bill in Petaluma, CA

1969 1600 supercharged m20 in progress

1970 2002 RIP -- crashed then quartered

1971 2002 M20/02 RIP -- nothing but pieces now

1972 2002 gone, but not missed POS

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But if you run a 240 trans from a e30 318is (m42 engine) you don't need to mod the tunnel at all. Other then hammering out some space for the slave cylinder.

I am not sure if the 240 will sit stright up and down when connected to the m20 tho. Maybe someone else can chime in and answer that.

You would also need to run an electric speedo (which is no big deal)

I love my electric speedo...it is actually correct, all the time.

1985 e28 w/LS1/t56 and a bit more...

1970 2002 w/ m42 swap

-Contact me for m42 mounts or e28 ls1 mounts-

www.classicdaily.net

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