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Old 10-23-2017, 08:06 PM   #1  
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Default How do I know if itís a cd009 transmission?

Okay guys so I need help here. My transmission on my 2006 z33 RevUp is out and currently looking for one and I got recommend to get a cd009 transmission. I found one at a fair price but it has cd#2 on it he told me itís a cd009 transmission. How exactly would I know if itís a cd009 ? Anyone know ???
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Okay guys so I need help here. My transmission on my 2006 z33 RevUp is out and currently looking for one and I got recommend to get a cd009 transmission. I found one at a fair price but it has cd#2 on it he told me itís a cd009 transmission. How exactly would I know if itís a cd009 ? Anyone know ???
https://my350z.com/forum/engine-and-...l#post10700618

https://my350z.com/forum/engine-and-...l#post10769601

Noted in those posts but bears mentioning again: '07+ CD009 units will NOT work on DE engine. Different bolt pattern and actuation assemblies.
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Add a clutch + shipping and you're at 25% of the cost of the average WHOLE Z-car on the market. Laff... Even I, who intends upon keeping my Z for life, has to question that kind of expenditure. Yes, I do like the idea of N-E-W; but when it comes time for that, would I? Hmmm...
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