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Hey guys as you all may knows rs gOt stolen but I still have one sitting at home in pieces and I was wondering how hard would it be to put a dccd gearbox in it. So fro

What I've read I need the ecu, harness and I've gotta do some wiring. I tried the search and found no results and google wasn't thorough enough :-/

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 Drunkenmonkey said:

Put it in and can run unwired jut be tail happy I'm looking into dccdpro from the states as that looks the easiest option Otherwise you need ecu, plugs, scroll wheel and lights ( can use auto cluster lights

Do you have to have the lights? Maybe make a custom one with just LEDs that light up lol what's the pricing like from the states and how much easier would it make the conversion?

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[quote name='Drunkenmonkey said:

Put it in and can run unwired jut be tail happy I'm looking into dccdpro from the states as that looks the easiest option Otherwise you need ecu, plugs, scroll wheel and lights ( can use auto cluster lights

/quote]

Do you have to have the lights? Maybe make a custom one with just LEDs that light up lol what's the pricing like from the states and how much easier would it make the conversion?

Na I haven't even started wiring yet Cbf just going to run it open for now, it's $399 usd for the pro unit

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 VADZTER']

[quote name='Drunkenmonkey said:

Put it in and can run unwired jut be tail happy I'm looking into dccdpro from the states as that looks the easiest option Otherwise you need ecu, plugs, scroll wheel and lights ( can use auto cluster lights

/quote]

Do you have to have the lights? Maybe make a custom one with just LEDs that light up lol what's the pricing like from the states and how much easier would it make the conversion?

The DCCDpro units are easy as to fit and I reckon make it much easier than trying to track down all the necessary parts than if using factory bits.

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ive read somewhere that when you have it setup to run more of the power through the rear, when you reverse it doesnt reverse properly? this got me a bit curious. and then i saw an s13 with a 2way lsd and its reversing was hella not normal LOL can anyone explain?

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Perhaps clarify "when you have it setup to run more of the power through the rear". I do lots of reversing in my coupe (daily driver), and have yet to encounter a problem related to my centre diff.

Mike, I've had that call from the Wife at the supermarket; presumably after some little feet climbed over the centre console and rolled the wheel all the way forward. "I think the car is broken" =]

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 VADZTER said:

ive read somewhere that when you have it setup to run more of the power through the rear, when you reverse it doesnt reverse properly? this got me a bit curious. and then i saw an s13 with a 2way lsd and its reversing was hella not normal LOL can anyone explain?

the 2way would have been shimmed up heaps so wont turn nicely as the LSD wont allow slip.

more power in terms of DCCD or lock or engine power - neither give me an issue and the dccd behaves fine in forwards and reverse in all situations.

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[quote name='VADZTER said:

ive read somewhere that when you have it setup to run more of the power through the rear, when you reverse it doesnt reverse properly? this got me a bit curious. and then i saw an s13 with a 2way lsd and its reversing was hella not normal LOL can anyone explain?

/quote]

the 2way would have been shimmed up heaps so wont turn nicely as the LSD wont allow slip.

more power in terms of DCCD or lock or engine power - neither give me an issue and the dccd behaves fine in forwards and reverse in all situations.

This now makes sense!! Lol and what I read is probably just part of the wrong info that's on the net. Thanks for all the info guise :)

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