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430 Accidentally bought a 430 transaxle, is it stick or F1?

Discussion in '360/430' started by Ds1, Jan 30, 2021.

  1. Ds1

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    Dec 27, 2011
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    I bought this transaxle along with a Maserati/Ferrari f-136 motor thinking it was a Maserati transaxle not looking at it too hard... It turns out, from what I can tell it's a 430 transaxel.

    Is there a way to tell if it was set up for a 6-speed manual, or F1 car? I'm assuming it's the same transaxle with different parts on it.

    Lastly, it has been open for an indefinite amount of time, and it has some rust and things on it. I have a 360 so I can't use it as a spare, and I don't need it for any other projects... Any idea what this is worth?
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  3. brogenville

    brogenville Formula Junior
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    Without the control plate on the side, the only way to tell (I think) would be to check what material the seals are in the slave cylinder.

    If they’re black, then they’re EPDM and would suit a manual car. Brown seals are most likely viton and would be for a cambiocorsa car.

    Edited to add- I see that the slave cylinder isn’t there, but maybe there are some o-rings connecting to the slave cylinder flange?

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  4. Danedingerson

    Danedingerson Karting

    Dec 26, 2011
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    #3 Danedingerson, Jan 30, 2021
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