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What Cable Speedo To Use In 25 Trans?


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I've done it a few times in the past and thaught it was a GTR speedo I used in RB25 missions but took one out of a spare to use it and no dice. Soo ya somehow this information got lost from all the drinking i've dont in the past year. If you guys hav a car I can get it from that helps or even a pt#. Thanks guys!!

Ohh ya its for RB25 trans. Need to ditch the sending unit for a cable speedo. Thanks

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****kk dont worri about the different user name its still me. Just had a mess up*****

Alright now I took the speedo out my GTR box and placed it by my RB25 speedo sending unit and its a lil short. I thaught to just throw the GTR speedo in the trans anyhow tpo see if she worked but I spin th wheels in the air and the speedo soesnt spin??? Sooo Im thinking I got the wrong speedo. What shall I do???

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I pretty much need a speedo with this gear on it. It is longer and larger in diamiter. Im sure you guys know what your looking at better than me. Im going to go cheak some other RB boxes to see if I can match something up but im running out of ideas??? :P HAH Thanks guys.

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get a vl turbo sender. its cable.

I live in Canada. No VL here :). A part number would be great. I can get parts from Japan in about a week to Canada sooo a JP part would be best :) thanks man.

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Nissan navara. I've done it it works, same with a few others. Go to the ceffy section. Have a look in the sticky 'which parts are interchangeable' thread. Scroll down to where my RB25 gearbox conversion thread is and away you go. Its got the part # etc there. You should be able to get it in canada no worrys I would have thought.

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