12-06-2012, 01:22 PM
Location: Malibu, CA
Join Date: Jul 2005
Mein Auto: E60 M5 & JB4+ 335i
Get a 330 trans an driveshaft. That's what I did. Basically everything bolts up. You'll need manual trans mounts and manual trans driveshaft/drive shaft flex disc.
Originally Posted by PG328CI
There's a trans from a 323 325 for sale in my area for sale, what trans with fit my 328?
(A manual trans swap for a bmw 323 or 325 flywheel clutch pedals safety switch, 5 speed trans with shifter the only thing needed is the driveshaft)
You'll also need to wire the reverse lighs in again ( extremely easy ) so easy I haven't even done mine still cuz I figure I'll do it one day cuz it's so easy but I get lazy . And you'll need to re-code your ECU for a manual. TECHNICALLY you don't need to re-code and the car will drive. But you won't have traction control and check engine light will be on.
The job is rather simple. Just coding can be a bitch. You'll need some one with a autologic computer to code the car or a BMW GT-1 computer.
You'll need SA codes and to re-program your DSC module etc. Which isn't hard to do as long as you provide your VIN # and original SA code I can get you the new SA code and DSC module code. After all that. You reset the adaptations on the ECU. Drive the car for about 15 miles and it's good to go. Your auto even already has a hole for the 3rd pedal and everything.
"Be yourself for who you are, or be no one at all" - MalibuMafiaV
BMW 2006 M5 - REALLY LOUD
BMW 2007 335i. ST GT35R.
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Last edited by MalibuMafiaV; 12-06-2012 at 01:24 PM.