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  1. #11
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    Here is a price quote I got awhile back...

    Hello,
    The price for the
    MF-2WD ~ 6 Speed Sequential Front Wheel Drive dog change
    Sequential shift gearbox designed for use in transverse engine, front wheel
    drive racecars.
    700Nm/520 ft.lb torque, Plain roller bearings, internal oil pump, O-ring
    sealed faces, Quill shaft input configuration, output type to suit
    requirements. Weight 35kg. is $24,500.00 US, plus freight from our
    California warehouse to your destination.
    The price of the MF-2WD + remote gearlever is $25,900.00 US, plus the
    freight as above.
    As this is a Racing gearbox, it is not primarily designed for street use.
    You will have to make new drive shafts to accommodate the difference in size
    and location.
    Please let us know if you need any other information at this stage in your
    project.
    Sincerely.
    Holinger America.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTO600 View Post
    excellent video!
    Thanks for sharing and hope all is well!
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    YOU TUBE blocked the video..............................
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    Quote Originally Posted by FASTLAP View Post
    YOU TUBE blocked the video..............................
    I think it's because there's a copyright.....
    SCCA National Runoffs GT-1 Bronze Medal
    SCCA GT-1 Divisional Champion

    Noble Automotive USA (TurboHoses Company)

    Noble M12/M400
    Hoover@nobleautomotive.com
    925 -455-1066

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    What is doing the gearbox control?

    EB Turbo

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    Quote Originally Posted by EB Turbo View Post
    What is doing the gearbox control?

    EB Turbo
    A GCU connected to the MoTec

  9. #19
    Nice trans upgrade to handle the power. But to me, the Noble is the most analog car out there so it deserves to stay with a manual trans. Hopefully, Hoover will finish and make available to us soon the billet trans upgrade with the new straight cut gear sets to keep up with the power upgrades we are pushing to keep the Noble competitive.
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  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Al Pettee View Post
    Nice trans upgrade to handle the power. But to me, the Noble is the most analog car out there so it deserves to stay with a manual trans. Hopefully, Hoover will finish and make available to us soon the billet trans upgrade with the new straight cut gear sets to keep up with the power upgrades we are pushing to keep the Noble competitive.
    There was a time when I thought exactly the same, but the realistic possibility of a race manual gearbox that can handle the power is non existent.
    A company in the UK tried & it was a complete failure, if you want to stay manual & race your car the only option I can see is to turn the engine extend the chassis & fit an inline one.

    Alternatively you can have the sequential dog box with a lever shift if you really want a gear stick !

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