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Sorry bud...modded bellhousing from Australia for a manual tranny seems to be the only way..I would personally use the MkIII Turbo's R154, although I didnt know the Tundra actually had a manual tranny (6 speed...probably the same one on the new Tacoma's V6) till I just checked.
Technically, it should fit from the Tundra's 4.7 V8, since its the 2UZ and somewhat whatever resembles the 4.0 1UZ. I'd be surprised if it didnt work, but I dont know anything about this new 6 speed tranny whereas the R154 has been proven with like 600rwhp+ stock
ASE: Brakes Yea..that very well could have been the most retarded idea I've ever heard, but .. do it anyway. -TheShow50h
if you dnt want to go manual, you could buy an adaptor from me to fit a th350 or th400. it bolts to the front pump of the trans and lets the stock auto bellhousing bolt to it. then get tampa tq convertor to make a custom convertor for the application. im doing this for the 7mgte in my 84 supra.
The thing about putting in a different tranny is I'll have to worry about driveshaft angles. That way if I static mount the factory gearbox I can keep the factory angles and make a custom bellhousing to fit my application then take the static mount out...
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