There codes used buy the manufacturer to identify the Trans /gears etcWhere do you find a GUM gearbox? Is that just the name for it?
Correct, even though they were not a limited edition model, the 6 speed transmission was still pretty rare to come by in the UK.GUM, and JYV are the transmission codes. European 6 speed manual gearboxes. over there they were available, as well as weren't limited edition iirc :thumbup:
Cool sounding swap, and I bought a regular shift knob, but then cut it up and made it a dsg one :laugh: And for the price I got the transmission I couldn't argue. Plus it came from a mk5 R32 from UK, so there was no doubting if everything would be the same.That shifter is pretty obvious that it's not for a DSG. No shift indicator. DSG stamping makes it looks like the owner is too cheap to get a more appropriate shift knob .
Cool swap. Reminds me of when I went from a 4speed crawling transmission to a TH-400 auto trans in a 78 chevy shortbed 2wd 1/2 ton pickup I used to own. Due to being lighter, shorter gear spread, and B&M trans kit, the auto made the truck faster and more fuel efficient. Who the hell orders a 1/2ton shortbed with a crawler trans?
Any particular reason why you went with the 4R manual trans vs the 5R trans? Second gen mark 5 based Audi TT 3.2 was available with a manual trans here in the states.
If you decide to sell the bad 3.2 motor or the 3.6 let me know.. I'm looking into buying which ever one i get for good price.. Also depending on which one I get determines the projects to come :thumbup:I just bought one with a bad motor, I have a 3.6 on the floor in my shop thinking about swap