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Author Topic: Fwd E series transmission swap (into a 92 GT)  (Read 1120 times)

cuttyman9

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Fwd E series transmission swap (into a 92 GT)
« on: January 19, 2015, 12:47:23 AM »
A while back I swapped over to the stronger E series transmission.

I will post pictures of the ins and outs of changing to this transmission and what parts I've used to make it happen.


The advantages;
-Stronger axles
-Stronger internals
-larger clutch surface area
-oil cooler compatible
-less aggressive gearing


The negatives
-added weight
-less aggressive gearing
-more expensive internals



The car is a 92 GT hatchback. the transmission is from a 1991 Lexus ES250 and the trans code is E52. I had an S54 from a 6 gen celica before that with a fidanza flywheel and clutch master clutch
this setup I'm using a cheap ebay chromoly lightened flywheel (3sgte which bolted right up to my 5sfe with no modification) and a Southbend stage two clutch for a 3sgte.

the cables are stock ones for a 5sfe
the axles are from a 91 es250/camry v6
the clutch is 3sgte
the flywheel is 3sgte
the throwout is es250/camry v6
the driver side trans mount is es250/camry v6
the rear is st165 (tweaked a bit)
the rubber rear mount is custom from a 68-72 GM Abody rear control arm bushing
the front has no mount.

« Last Edit: April 02, 2015, 08:06:36 PM by cuttyman9 »
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cuttyman9

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Re: E series transmission swap
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2015, 06:13:01 PM »

^E52 from a 91 ES250




^Aluminum shift bushings (firms it up a lot)


^factory cross members.


^adapter for the speedometer (E52's are mechanical speedometer from the factory)


^adapter to fit the celica speedometer and cruise control wiring




^modified shift cable bracket, spaced out to match the S transmission cables (welded for simplicity, but a washer could be used)


^right side- rear S transmission mount, left side- rear E52 mount (from camry) neither fit




^left-Mr2 turbo axle support bearing housing, right- 2vz axle support (mounts the passenger side axle to the block)








^left-E52 front trans mount, right S53 front trans mount (s53 can be used on the E series, i didnt use a front mount)






^E52 passenger axle stub with bearing


^left-S53 axle, right E52 axle stub


^top-S53 celica axle, bottom E52 es250 axle


^difference in thickness. left-S axle shaft, right-E axle shaft


^same axle end/spline, left- 91 ES250/camry E series, right- celica S series


^larger end of the stub going into the differential inside the trans. left- E series, Right- S series


^bearing support for passenger side axle. left- E series (mr2 turbo), right S series (5sfe celica)








^note the same mounting pad between the two to match the 5s/3s block


^New axle from oriellys, 60 bucks with lifetime warranty. tested this out when the boot tore, swapped it for a new one.


^had to cut the old bearing inner race and split it to get it off.


^turbo bearing retainer, bearing clips in vs bolts on on the S series


^shaft comparison; E on the bottom, S on the top




^5s block mounting pad for passenger side bearing support


^E trans on the right, S trans on the left.


^S54 from a 96 celica (direct replacement for the 90-93 celica S53


^E52


^cast S53/54 shift cable mounting tabs


^E52 shift cable mounting tabs (modified)




^5s fidanza flywheel, clutch masters clutch


^S53 front trans mounting bracket, swappable to E52 (unused)


^S53 rear trans mounting bracket cannot be swapped to E52


^camry/es250 rear trans mount, cant be used in the swap


^S53 mounting pad for driver side trans mount


^E52 mounting pad for driver side trans mount


^driver side axle; left E52, right S53


^flywheels; top-3SGTE, bottom 5sfe




^5sfe clutch disc on a 3sgte flywheel




^right Southbend 3sgte clutch disc, left clutchmasters 5sfe clutch disc
Founder of "Official 5th Gen Celica" on Facebook
92 Celica GT 2gr
99 F150 4.6/t56
71 Cutlass 350olds/tr6060
75 Trans Am 455pont/t56
67 Chevelle 5.0/t56
66 C20 LB 478 v6/s6 650
36 Chevy Master Coupe
71 Triumph Stag
91 300zx TT
92 Subaru SVX
92 Stealth RT/TT
88 Corolla GT-S
92 Typhoon

cuttyman9

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Re: E series transmission swap
« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2015, 06:13:36 PM »


left southbend 3sgte pressure plate, right clutchmasters 5sfe pressure plate


^starters; lightest on the right.


^roughly 5lbs difference between my stock start (top) and the 01 camry 1mz starter, more torque output as well (bottom)




^3sgte clutch and flywheel bolted to the 5sfe just fine with the stock flywheel bolts


^distance from the bolt hole to the transmission driver side mount (E52)


^distance from the bolt hole to the transmission driver side mount (S54)


^height difference in driver side trans mount (E52)


^height difference in driver side trans mount (S54)


^E52 in




^top-S53 driver side mount bracket, bottom E52


^E52 left, S53 right


^driver side trans mount; E52 left, S53 right




^S series clutch line on an E52




^shift cables




^driver side mount


^clipped flywheel backing plate to clear E series


^stock crossmember back in


^tweaked for slightly extra clearance


^tweaked here too


^fabricated solid rear trans mount


^finished




^passenger side axle stub




^assembled passenger side axle


^installed


^tight fit




^poly mount (made from a 67-72 GM A body rear axle bushing)


^finished

Founder of "Official 5th Gen Celica" on Facebook
92 Celica GT 2gr
99 F150 4.6/t56
71 Cutlass 350olds/tr6060
75 Trans Am 455pont/t56
67 Chevelle 5.0/t56
66 C20 LB 478 v6/s6 650
36 Chevy Master Coupe
71 Triumph Stag
91 300zx TT
92 Subaru SVX
92 Stealth RT/TT
88 Corolla GT-S
92 Typhoon

cuttyman9

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Re: E series transmission swap
« Reply #3 on: March 15, 2015, 06:18:06 PM »
rear trans mount bracket, shift the hole forward about a .75"

Founder of "Official 5th Gen Celica" on Facebook
92 Celica GT 2gr
99 F150 4.6/t56
71 Cutlass 350olds/tr6060
75 Trans Am 455pont/t56
67 Chevelle 5.0/t56
66 C20 LB 478 v6/s6 650
36 Chevy Master Coupe
71 Triumph Stag
91 300zx TT
92 Subaru SVX
92 Stealth RT/TT
88 Corolla GT-S
92 Typhoon

 

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