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    Added:

    Daox MAF sensor housing


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    Custom Mirage products: Cruise control kit, Glove box light, MAF sensor housing, Rear sway bar, Upper grill block

    Current project: DIY Nitrous oxide setup for ~$100

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    I added M's racing camshafts to the list.

    We're probably missing a bunch more stuff that you guys know about. If you can think of anything, post it up and I'll add it.
    Custom Mirage products: Cruise control kit, Glove box light, MAF sensor housing, Rear sway bar, Upper grill block

    Current project: DIY Nitrous oxide setup for ~$100

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daox View Post
    I've emailed K&N as well as Speedlab to get part numbers and availability on these parts.
    Why is a new Mitsubishi CVT7 $5k dollars compared to a Nissan Versa only being $3k? In your opinion would Mitsubishi ever sell these for less after a few years go by?

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    Just found this. https://maktrans.net/input-shaft-thr...-JF015-RE0F11A It's the thrust washer that fails in the cvt's
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    Pardon me Mr. Fummins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fummins View Post
    Just found this. https://maktrans.net/input-shaft-thr...-JF015-RE0F11A It's the thrust washer that fails in the cvt's
    Nice that the dimensions are listed. Should be able to source one locally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fummins View Post
    Just found this. https://maktrans.net/input-shaft-thr...-JF015-RE0F11A It's the thrust washer that fails in the cvt's
    Is that a viable repair option? So, after it fails, it doesn't trash anything else in the CVT??

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    Yeah, the input shaft is grooved where the bearing sits as well as the housing. I wouldn't replace just the bearing in any of the ones I've torn apart. The first 2 had metal everywhere. This latest one doesn't look too bad, it still drove ok but you could feel the input shaft seizing up ever so slightly. Like when a pilot bearing seizes to the input shaft of a transmission. I'll post pics on the thread I just started.
    Quote Originally Posted by fred101 View Post
    Pardon me Mr. Fummins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Diggler View Post
    Why is a new Mitsubishi CVT7 $5k dollars compared to a Nissan Versa only being $3k? In your opinion would Mitsubishi ever sell these for less after a few years go by?


    Maybe economy of scale? In 2018, 75 thousand Versas sold in the U.S. compared to 26 thousand Mirages. I know they are the same transmission, but I'm guessing the housings are not identical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fummins View Post
    Yeah, the input shaft is grooved where the bearing sits as well as the housing. I wouldn't replace just the bearing in any of the ones I've torn apart. The first 2 had metal everywhere. This latest one doesn't look too bad, it still drove ok but you could feel the input shaft seizing up ever so slightly. Like when a pilot bearing seizes to the input shaft of a transmission. I'll post pics on the thread I just started.
    Cool! Thanks



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