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Old 12-May-2014, 04:57 PM
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E46 M3 has the same gearbox as an E39 M5 with just a different bell-housing and different length input shaft.
Yes but input shaft length is important, or so I'm told anyway.
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Old 13-May-2014, 11:00 AM
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Yes but input shaft length is important, or so I'm told anyway.
Yea, It always comes down to how long the input shaft is

But that and the bell-housing can be swapped if needed if stuck for finding a box to suit... M3 or M5 gearbox, that is lol
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