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There are a good few things to take into account when something like a gearbox is swapped, especially for a different version. The other techs cover some of these. As mentioned clutch contamination or damage are possible causes for the vibration. Unless the clutch has been recently replaced it would have been a good plan to have it replaced during the Gbox ...


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No, that is NOT normal. Something is now wrong with the clutch as it should work fine from the start after a repair. I suspect that the clutch may have become contaminated with oil or grease during the transmission swap out or possibly re-installed improperly. Either way, you should return to the shop that did the work and have them fix the problem. If ...


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The clutches may use similar materials but are not interchangeable. Wet clutches and Dry clutches provide the same functionality (transmitting torque to the gearsets) and use similar materials, but their design is very different due to their intended function. A wet clutch must be bathed in oil at all times or it will fail very quickly, due to excessive ...


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