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    Automatic to manual conversion CA18DET

    Hi I'm a bit of a rookie when it comes to the technical side of things but me and my dad have been working on a 1991 S13 Automatic 1.8L turbo, I'm looking to convert the car to manual and have been reading threads on here about how to go about it which have been really in depth and helpful. However I'm looking for the parts I need online and am just wondering if anyone knows where the best place would be to get them for cheap as the parts are quite expensive. I have a manual gearbox and pedals but that's it and a lot more is required for the conversion. If anyone has any advice on where to obtain these parts for cheap and exactly what parts I need it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Noel.

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    Gearbox with shifter
    Manual gearbox cross member and mount
    Manual flywheel with bolts
    Clutch
    Gearbox dust shield
    Front section of prop
    Clutch pedal, master cylinder, slave cylinder and braided line.

    Auto ecu will work fine.
    Bridge the inhibitor wire.

    Dependent on power goals as to which clutch you buy.



    Conceptua performance can supply clutch master, slave and braided line.

    I have a dust shield you can buy.


    For the other parts id put up a wanted thread on here and driftworks but unfortunately cheap isn't really a thing any more unless you're very patient.


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    Cheers for information mate I'll put up a wanted thread on here then.

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    Don't forget to replace the spigot in the crank end with a bush for the input shaft.

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