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Evo 3 hub and slider (bulk order)

mjboehm

Proven Member
229
3
Oct 18, 2006
Fort Myers, Florida
I am putting around 400 to the wheels currently, but I should be between 500 and 600 in the very near future. It's a street car I will be taking to the strip pretty regularly. I just want a somewhat durable transmission that I can maintain and have it last a little while. Sounds like a 92 core with EVO 3/4 gears is the way to go for me. Would it be worth it to have the gears and shafts shot peened and cryo treated by liberty before it goes back together?
I am in the same boat, I have been dealing with Lumpyvr4 to get 3/4 hub slider made by par. As of right now I have an evo 3 input shaft, 1st,3rd,4th and 5th gear. for my trans rebuild. The services are pretty cheap to have done to those parts treated. I will be sending all my stuff there when I get everything together. I am using a 91.5-92 transmission. I am also running a 2.3 liter stroker in my car. So far it sounds like we have 4 people interested in getting these made. I posted an ad in a few groups on facebook with little to no response on this subject.
 

Canadian_CD9A

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775
441
Feb 10, 2012
Winnipeg, MB_Canada
Last I heard there is an individual in Europe who is in the prototype testing stage of his own hub/slider, based on a genuine piece. The price was quite reasonable on it, he was just making sure that it worked as well in practice as it did in theory before selling it.
FYI (I was wrong about Europe, it's Australia). Full Evo 3 set of hub/sliders.

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LumpyVR4

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42
May 21, 2014
Sydney, Australia

LumpyVR4

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88
42
May 21, 2014
Sydney, Australia
Received hub/sliders. They're so shiny I don't want to put them in a box where I can't see them. Measurements taken with my no name brand cheap verniers. They matched the matched an old factory set I compared them to within 0.2mm or less.
1/2 pics.

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LumpyVR4

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42
May 21, 2014
Sydney, Australia
3/4 5/R pics
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donk

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125
6
Dec 17, 2002
kalmar, Europe
Neat gerboxes also said they wre goning to do a stronger 3/4th gearset hopfylly to next year

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pauleyman

DSM Wiseman
8,124
2,690
Nov 19, 2011
oklahoma city, Oklahoma
I've been trying to find info on evo3 vs dsm. What are the 1/2 and 3/4 hub/sleeve differences anyway?
 

pauleyman

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2,690
Nov 19, 2011
oklahoma city, Oklahoma
Not sure about the exact details, but the evo ones are designed to work with double synchros, and they are forged steel rather than powdered metal like DSM ones are so will handle more torque before failing.
Guessing there has to be some dimensional change.
 
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