What I mean is I would like to know how the drivetrain's configuration is. For example, I know how a front engine rear wheel drive drivetrain works, but never really saw how a mid engine or rear engine drivetrain works. I am just interested.... not really important to me.
Yeah that's what I am looking for. I mean how is the shifter connected to the transmission? How from the transmission where does the shaft go to connect to the rear differential? Just the whole set up. Never seen any pictures of it and never really had an explanation of it either.
Cavallino magazine had done a nice cutaway of the 348 Gearbox when the car débuted in 1990. I used to have the issue (I had all the issues from 88-93) but I think I tossed them all out. I'll check my boxes and see if I kept any. They're probably worth a few pennies these days. :roll: It’ll take me a good week to get around to it. If I find it I’ll scan it and then post.
That's an amazing transmission! Never heard of such a thing. I have been reading about how manual transmissions work and this transmission seems unique in design. Interesting read... anyone heard of such a gearbox before?
Ok, more on mid-engine tranny setups. Here is the "classic" set up. Pics are from Gunnar Racing (GunnarRacing.com) for their upcoming street version of the 962. Ok, so it's not a Ferrari but it's the site has some of the best pics anywhere. Also I'm still in love with the 962 from my childhood/teenage years.
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