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  • Supra Automatic to 6-Speed Manual Conversion - Part Two
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    Joel Grannas
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Supra Automatic to 6-Speed Manual Conversion - Part Two

Jay's 40k mile 1997 Supra MKIV was originally an automatic car, but after some Grannas Racing magic it is now swapped to a manual transmission, specifically a GR700 magnum. Here is part two of the video of the swap progress. I hope this helps you guys to get all your ducks in a row to swap from an auto to a manual. Let's make supra's great again!

All of the parts shown in this video I also can provide for your swap. Even the OEM pieces, like clutch pedal, interior panel, and brake pedal.

In part two of the auto-to-manual MKIV Supra swap I will go over the following items:

  • Clutch pedal install (and the manual brake pedal as well - yes it is different)
  • Clutch master cylinder install (Tilton adapter) but also applies to using a stock master.
  • Driveshaft install
  • Wiring a Dakota Digital SGI-5E to translate the T56 Magnum speed sensor to the stock speedometer/odometer
  • Wiring the reverse lights, and neutral safety bypass.
  • Recommended transmission fluid for GR700 (T56 Magnum)

Outside the normal tools that are required:

  1. An angle drill, lowest profile you can find.
  2. 1-3/8" hole saw bit

Here is the video!

 

LINK BACK TO PART ONE