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QTBH problem...

Post  Oso on Wed Dec 23, 2009 11:20 am

I ordered my rm 6033 back in October. Two days ago while removing my 944 motor and trying to put my QTBH in, the bolts wouldn't align... From my torque tube it seems to have a rectangular pattern ( I think it was something like 3.25" x 3.5" while on the BH all the possible patterns are perfect squares.
I looked at [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] and his looks like they are rectangular...
I called QT and they told me that my torque tube must be different from the other 944s. I just need confirmation of this since I just spent over $500 for a quality piece and when I still got to modify it to make it fit.....
Thanks guys.


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Re: QTBH problem...

Post  gt1scca on Wed Dec 23, 2009 11:35 am

QTI is wrong...
(Dimensions taken from a 944 TT...)

*Also, the above drawing shows the correct "installed" orientation of the 944 TT. NO rotation of the flange, 100% vertical. Straight up and down. 90 degrees. Can I be more specific?
(A year later, and "another one bites the dust"..)

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I can't believe they are still F-ing up these bellhousings.
Get your act together, Ross.


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Re: QTBH problem...

Post  Oso on Wed Dec 23, 2009 11:49 am

aww crap. Thanks gt1scca. I guess I'll have to call them again when I get off work. I'm going to remeasure one more time to be 100% sure but no matter how I turn it, it's off.
Thank you for the quick reply.


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