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Old 02-06-2018, 02:16 PM   #1
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6-Speed transmission question...

I'd like to know which model years a 6-Speed Boxster-S 2002 transmission will fit.

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define fit - bolt to engine, bolt to axles, S and/or non-S? direct fit is any S from 2000 to 2004 due to the axles (or any non-S that came with the optional 6-speed) but it will bolt to any m96 or m97.1 engine (and i think m97.2).
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define fit - bolt to engine, bolt to axles, S and/or non-S?
I bought a 2002 Boxster-S 6-speed transmission for a 996 911 engine-swap, but never installed the tranny. Hence, I'd like to sell this transmission but need to know what models it will fit. One guy with a 2000 non-S 5-speed Box would like to buy it, and asked if it would fit.

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he will need different axles, different wheel hubs, different clutch, different pressure plate, different clutch slave cylinder, differenet clutch line, different shift cables, and i think different wheel bearings.
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Yea, everything from the engine out to the wheels. Radium is right on.

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