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Old 10-04-2019, 09:46 PM   #15
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Is it me, or is that driveshaft not long enough? Looks short
Can second that. Way short unless that yoke is super long.
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Old 10-05-2019, 04:25 AM   #16
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@all4spl How long is the yoke? You have a good picture measuring of how much is hanging out. I was just wondering how much is engaged. It looks like a game of just the tip, but pictures can be deceiving.
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Old 10-05-2019, 03:48 PM   #17
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haha Thanks guys, I will pull out when i can and measure.
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haha Thanks guys, I will pull out when i can and measure.
Alternatively yoke pushed in all the way you should only have 1/2 (Or less) gap to your rear diff flange.

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update original post with measurements and another clutch master fix.
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Thanks for the update. I like the fitment of this kit. I'm not using the same transmission so I don't know how deep that yoke could go in it just looks like it's out a bit to far, but that's based on me comparing it to my setup on my swap. Found you already confirmed fitment in previous post though. Can't wait to for more updates!

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I'm currently working on the oil relocation kit for the pan. But I also want to start plugging away at the wiring aspect of this. Does anyone have a FRS ECU pinout diagram? I have spend a few hours looking at a service manual but I have a fuel blank spots and it would sure be easier if someone already did the hard work of labeling each pin.
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