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Weight Differences Between T2 And N/a Drivetrains

Old 02-14-2004, 03:31 PM
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Well yesterday I weighed an s4 n/a tranny and an s4 t2 tranny, both had the mounts, and crossmember on them. Both were empty.

s4 n/a tranny: 86#s

s4 t2 tranny: 90#s



Using a home scale, not perfect but good enough.



S4 n/a driveshaft: 8#s. I will have to weight the rest of the **** later, I just don't have an s4 n/a lsd to weigh, can anyone weigh and post for us?
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the difference is greater than that, we need them full of oil too.
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Originally Posted by pengaru' date='Feb 14 2004, 05:34 PM
the difference is greater than that, we need them full of oil too.
Why? They hold the same amount of oil.



The transmissions are that close in weight. The differential is a bit heavier though
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Yes, I want a more accurate scale like you have too. I do have a set of n/a and t2 halfshafts also.
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Originally Posted by mazdaspeed7' date='Feb 14 2004, 09:36 PM
Why? They hold the same amount of oil.



The transmissions are that close in weight. The differential is a bit heavier though
well i'm pretty sure the t2 trans has a greater oil capacity, might not be much difference though.



but the point is, who knows how much he's drained from one and the other, they should both be full to spec.



one could still have alot more oil than the other in it.



the weight difference is definitely more, carrying them both around the shop is not a 4# difference.
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THe TII lsd is alot hearvier than the NA non lsd. that's for sure
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Old 02-14-2004, 11:20 PM
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s4 t2 halfshaft 13#s

s4 t2 driveshaft 13#s

s4 t2 lsd full w/ comp mount on 96#s
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na tranny no mount empty #72

t2 tranny no mount empty #82
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Originally Posted by j9fd3s' date='Feb 15 2004, 12:21 AM
na tranny no mount empty #72

t2 tranny no mount empty #82
series?



We need more ppl to confirm weights..
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Originally Posted by 1Revvin7' date='Feb 14 2004, 09:22 PM
series?



We need more ppl to confirm weights..
i think s5 na and s4 t2, but i could be wrong
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