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OK! So here is the OFFICIAL MT swap thread! Thanks go to Jason(CCColtsIcehocky), Marcus at HeelToe Automotive, and MugenCL9.


Below is a complete parts list. Prices are listed and will vary upon condition and availability.
*See page 3 for Mugen's parts list as he posted it. I edited it for space and neatness reasons.*


Here is a comprehensive parts list (Supplied by MugenCL9):

Transmission: $500+

Clutch

Flywheel

Clutch System: $215

Prefill clutch system (Complete system: clutch cylinder, slave cylinder, hard lines, ect.) 46940-SEA-A02
If you can find this then you’re extremely lucky but I had to buy the parts individually!!!

Slave cylinder 46930-S7C-E02 $44

Slave cylinder bolts 90106-S7A-E00 $1.50 (2)

Clutch fluid tank 46965-S6A-013 $33

Clutch fluid tank holder 46966-SDA-A02 $5

Clutch fluid tube 46971-SDA-A01 $4.50

Clutch fluid bolt 93403-06012-08 $.65

Clutch master cylinder 46920-S7A-A03 $91

Clutch master cylinder bolts 94050-08080 $.20 (2)

CMC lock pin 46911-S70-003 $1.60

Clutch pedal pin 46912-S84-A00 $2

Clutch hard line A 46960-SEA-A01 $14
(This is a part that is no longer available so I had to use the one from the Honda accord even though it is slightly different but it wouldn’t matter because the rest of my lines weren’t OEM hard lines since I used braided steel lines instead)

Clutch hard line A (accord) 46960-SDA-A04 $9

Clutch hard line B 46970-SDA-A01 $5.5

Clutch pipe bracket A 46995-SDA-A02 $10

Clutch pipe bracket B 46968-SDP-A02 $10

Clutch hose 46961-SDA-A02 $11.50

Brake hose clip 90651-538-000 $3

Bolt washer 93403-06016-08 $.60

Special bolt 90001-P7J-000 $1 (2)

Pedals:
Clutch pedal 46910-SDA-A01 $60

Brake pedal 46600-SEA-G01 $50



Console:

Shift boot 83415-SEC-A01ZB $23

Shift boot screws 93903-22320 $.25 (4)

Shift Lever:

Shift lever 54100-SEC-A02 $78

Shift lever bolts 93405-08035-08 $1 (4)

Shifter bushings 54117-SDA-A01 $1 (4)

Shifter floating collar 54119-SDA-A01 $1.5 (4)

Knob is up to you to choose from.

Shift Cables:

Shift cables 54310-SDA-L02 $100

Cable bolts 95701-06016-08 $.50 (4)

Cable plate 54357-SF1-003 $3

Wire washer 54118-S10-000 $2

Split pins 94201-20350 $1.50 (3)

Cable stay 24601-RAP-010 $29

Cable stay bolts 95701-08060-08 $1 (2)

Cable stay bolt 95701-08070-08 $1

Transmission mounts:

MT front lower mount 50850-SDA-A10 $35

MT front lower mount bolts 90166-SEA-E10 $2.50 (2)

MT F/R lower mount nuts 90371-S87-A00 $1 (4)

MT rear lower mount 50860-SDA-A12 $17

MT rear lower mount bolts 90165-SEA-E11 $1 (2)

MT upper mount 50870-SEA-E01 $38

MT upper stopper plate 50875-SDA-A11 $4

MT upper mount bolt 90166-SEA-E10 $2

MT upper mount bolt 90162-SDA-A00 $.55

MT upper mount bolts 95701-10045-08 $1 (2)

Upper mount bracket bolt 95701-12075-07 $1.50

Upper mount bracket bolt 95701-12060-07 $1.50

Upper mount bracket 50670-SEA-E11 $27
(Find a wreck MT TSX for it because the ACCORD’s bracket is different and wouldn’t work)

Half shaft:

Half shaft 44500-SDA-A00 $185

Half shaft bolts 90102-SF1-000 $4 (2)

Half shaft bolt 90165-SE0-000 $2

AT and MT axles are the same

AT and MT radiator are different in a sense that the AT radiator has more lines coming out from it that goes through the AT transmission so I pretty much just plug all the on that goes to the AT so I wouldn't have to buy a new one.

MT radiator 19010-RBB-E01 $240

MT gauges 78120-SEC-A11 $475

MugenCL9 NOTES:

I used an AT harness with the AT ECU so the clutch pedal sensor wasn’t required so pretty much I was required to press on the clutch pedal to start the car.

I could never imagine trying to replace AT harness with the MT harness since that means removing the WHOLE DASH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The pedal and the clutch cylinder is the most difficult part in the sway!!!! The clutch pedal assembly is NOT a direct bolt on and a fabricated bracket is required to bolt on the pedal. The big issue you will encounter is installing the CM cylinder.

Like most Hondas in the past the MT and AT fire wall were the same so it made it extremely simple to do a MT swap but for the TSX it isn’t!!!

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That would be one hell of a project in my book. Good luck on it bro

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Thanks cyn! She's my baby but, I'm about to start tracking her, so this is a needed project.

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I'll keep an eye out for this thread.
Props for doing it. Dont listen to others, everyone keeps saying that "its not worth it", "should just trade" etc etc. But once one person does it, every follows like a flock of sheep lol...same thing with staggered fitments and the hellaflush look. Now almost every thread you see is hellaflush! (props to chefpeter for that one)

My only concern is im not sure how much the labour costs would be.

I was going to have mine converted as well, but the missus has to drive, so i might wait a few years when we decide to buy another car. I'll be going NA on my setup, then a manual conversion in 2-3 years if im still up for it, which i probably would be. My cars my baby as well, it would be too sad to part with her!

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Transmission: K20a2 1st and 2nd with 4.7FD, wavetrac LSD, exedy stage 1 clutch, updated master cylinder, DC5-R flywheel
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My only concern is im not sure how much the labour costs would be.
Thanks for the encouragement.

Heres the catch, I'm doing the labor myself I've seen transmissions going for as low as $600, so if I were to stick to a basic swap, I could pull it off for under $1500. With the route I hope to go, I'm looking at roughly $5000. But thats LSD, lightweight flywheel, better clutch, short shifter and all the little mods, maybe even kpro. MT transmission are also easy to rebuild, so I can handle a highmileage one and just clean it up internally.

I hope to have found all the needed hardware by mid summer and the swap done before fall.



And thanks Mayuga!

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subscribed to this thread.. make sure you take plenty of pictures when youre tackling this project, ill be taking notes as well. GL
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Im doing the same thing to my car, except mine is a 2007 and im doing a 2006 ecu swap (which I already have) at the same time im doing the trans swap. I can't find a MT anywhere to save my life!! Especially not for $600. There is a little bracket that needs to be fabricated for the clutch pedal. I have that also and I'll see if I can snap some pics for you.
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I Appreciate it! Look here, Recycling Used Auto Parts from Salvage ? LKQ ? Not Junk

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Thanks for the link!! the only one they have is $1100...ouch!! haha
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Best of luck! I look forward to photos and updates.

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Yeah it gets a bit high. I just got offered one with a bad second gear for cheap, wont be too hard to rebuild, so Im going for it.


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Best of luck! I look forward to photos and updates.
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Well shit man bad news for me...I was rear ended today and my car is definitely totalled (rear frame is pushed into the trunk). So I have a decent amount of my 6 speed swap stuff for sale if you need it. I have the following:
Brand new clutch and brake pedal assembly from Acura in the box
shifter assembly, knob, boot (no cables)
2006 manual ecu with the keys, immobilizer, ignition
I also have that clutch spacer thing

Let me know if you are interested in anything and we will talk pricing
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Back in the day, I did this to my integra. it was a pain in the ass but well worth it.
When I did mine, I thought I had everything I needed, but here a few things i suggest you look into before tearing you car down. the worst thing was waiting for parts in the middle of the swap.
1. manual flywheel
2. clutch
3. possibly a new mount for the tranny, if the AT is not a direct bolt on.

Then i would go to "acura oem parts" and compare the schematics for an auto and a manual, and buy all the necessary misc. bolts and nuts (this step help me a lot).

but the most important thing was the wiring.... I had to bypass the clutch interlock etc, etc.....

good luck!
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Back in the day, I did this to my integra. it was a pain in the ass but well worth it.
When I did mine, I thought I had everything I needed, but here a few things i suggest you look into before tearing you car down. the worst thing was waiting for parts in the middle of the swap.
1. manual flywheel
2. clutch
3. possibly a new mount for the tranny, if the AT is not a direct bolt on.

Then i would go to "acura oem parts" and compare the schematics for an auto and a manual, and buy all the necessary misc. bolts and nuts (this step help me a lot).

but the most important thing was the wiring.... I had to bypass the clutch interlock etc, etc.....


good luck!
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