Pedal Support Bracket installation Procedure (2008-2014 Impreza chassis)

This product is intended for OFF-ROAD use only. Park the Vehicle on a level surface. Fully engage the parking brake and chock both axles while installing. Read these instructions fully before beginning work on vehicle, if Instructions are not understood or are unclear seek clarification before beginning work on vehicle. 1 GENERAL MODIFICATION DISCLAIMER  Modifications to any vehicle can change the handling and performance. As with any vehicle extreme care must be used to prevent loss of control or roll-over during aggressive turns or extreme maneuvers. Always wear safety belts, and drive safely, recognize that reduced speeds and specialized driving techniques may be required. Failure to drive a vehicle safely may result in serious injury or death. Do not drive a vehicle unless you are familiar with its specific handling characteristics and are confident of your ability to maintain control under each and every driving condition possible. Some modifications (or combinations of modifications) are not recommended and may not be permitted in your state. Consult your owner’s manual, service manual, and local laws before purchasing or installing any modifications. You are responsible for the legality and safety of the vehicle you modify. To install the bracket you’ll need: Drill Flashlight Large Flathead Screwdriver Medium Phillips Screwdriver 10mm Socket (shallow or deep) 12mm Socket (shallow) 12mm Socket (deep) 8mm (or 5/16”) Socket (shallow) 6-12” ⅜”drive Extension (wobble head is easiest) Socket wrench (aka. Ratchet) 12mm Combination Wrench 13mm(or ½”) Combination Wrench Safety Glasses Installation steps: 1:  Open hood and remove Negative battery terminal from Battery. ALWAYS disconnect the battery when removing or installing electronics in a vehicle. 2:  Slide Drivers...

Differences in Phase 1, Phase 2, and Split case 6 speed Transmissions

Differences in Phase 1, Phase 2, and Split case 6 speed Transmissions Phase 1: 4 Bolt holes (2 for studs 2 for Bolts, 1 for starter with 1 stud for starter mounting) through the bellhousing holding the engine to the transmission 4 Bolt plate on the Center differential, Harder to remove center differential narrower casting down the center split of the transmission case ALL Cable actuated clutches are phase 1, though not all phase 1 is Cable clutched Phase 2: 8 bolt holes (2 for studs, 6 for bolts, starter now has 2 bolts for mounting) through the bellhousing Holding the engine to the Transmission NO plate on the center differential, MUCH easier to remove the center differential. Wider casting down the center split of the transmission case ONLY hydraulic actuated Clutches All CANBUS systems are phase 2, CANBUS is denoted by the lack of Speedometer Output Shaft on the right side of the transmission case, a plug is installed, these transmissions are the same Phase2 Castings and can have the Speedometer output Shaft and gear assembly installed. 6-speed Split case: 8 bolt holes (2 for studs, 6 for bolts, starter has 2 bolt mounting) through the bellhousing holding the engine to the Transmission Cable Shift, no shift linkage at the rear of the transmission ONLY CanBus, No speedometer output available. Phase 2 on the left, Phase 1 on the Right PHASE 1 4 Bolt holes (2 for studs 2 for Bolts, 1 for starter with 1 stud for starter mounting) through the bellhousing holding the engine to the transmission 4 Bolt plate on the Center differential, Harder to...

Subaru Transmission Codes

Transmission identification codes start with a “T” and an example would be: TY754VN2AA “T” = transmission code “Y” = that it is a manual awd gearbox “75” = the transmission classification…in the case of manual gearboxes this number indicates the gear shaft spacing in millimeters. 6-speed STI transmissions use an 85mm shaft spacing while the 5-speed transmissions use a 75mm shaft spacing. “4” = some reference to the transmission case. in the list below, 4-bolt and 8-bolt mean Bellhousing attachment bolts. 1: 8-bolt Legacy/Outback/Forester 6-speed (CANbus) 2: 4-bolt Impreza/Legacy 5-speed (Phase 1) 3: 4-bolt Forester 5-speed (Phase 1) 4: 8-bolt Impreza/Legacy 5-speed (Phase 2) 5: 8-bolt Forester 5-speed (Phase 2) 6: STI/Legacy Spec-B 6-Speed 7: 8-bolt Legacy/Outback turbo 5-speed (Phase 2) 8: 8-bolt Impreza/Legacy/Forester 5-speed (Phase2, CANbus) 9: 8-bolt Legacy/Outback 6-speed (CANbus) “V” = transmission specification. “W” is 6-speed, “V” is 5-speed. “N2AA” = indicates various details about the equipment such as center diff. type, front LSD, etc. and also about minor production changes. In this case: US Impreza WRX MY02, 1st ratio:3.454, Second Ratio:1.947, Third Ratio:1.366, Fourth Ratio:0.972, Fifth Ratio:0.738, Sixth Ratio:N/A, Reverse Ratio:3.333, Center diff Ratio:1.1, Final Drive (front):3.9, Front differential Type:Open, Center Differential Type:Viscous (4kgf) This link contains a spreadsheet that has many (i’m trying to keep it updated/find more info) transmission codes and their translation into things we really care about. [Note: If you have a transmission code that is NOT on this sheet above, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PM me with the Code and any information you have about the transmission, so I can add it to the...