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CMS-GT4 wrote:Its likely most don't know. The camry does not seem to have a lot of info out there on it. I would not suggest the auto route due to power, but your power plans may not be too big. If you had to have auto, you can source a caldina 3sgte, and auto tranny.
If its anything like the celicas and rav4s which have a similar design transmission the center diff would be open. The celica and rav4 maintain their 50/50 split thanks to the viscous locker on the center diff. The first gtfours had a locking center diff. So I imagine you either have some sort of viscous locker in the center. I would go to toyodiy.com through a german proxy site to look at pics of the transmission. You will be able to get an idea of the make up of the center diff. But anyway to answer your question, I would bet its 50/50. You just need to find out what kind of lsd system it uses and that will point you to your answer.
Mon Oct 24, 2011 2:48 pm
Mon Oct 24, 2011 6:12 pm
GMan wrote:If you can find a Caldina front cut, many of them came Auto.
Might be the easiest/least expensive way to go. I would Not
suggest using the stock auto. (Might not be able to handle the power ? and the shift points
would be Way different ? )
I believe the center directs power 50/50 all the time and just locks, adjusts
by detecting slip using speed sensors. I have the manuals but would have to read
Keep one auto stock ? They are unstoppable in snow with good snow tires. :-}
There have been a Few 5spd swaps done. Great little sleeper.
How are they for rust by the way ? A lot up here in the North East are Rusting to death.
Mine is rust free. I got a good deal on them. Thank you very much for the information.
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