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Can you convert an automatic transmission to a manual in a 1994 Acura Integra and if you can what changes need to be made?

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2015-07-15 18:45:30
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Yes you can convert an auto to a stick you need a hydo-trans out of a 94-2000 integra,99-00 civic is or any type R trans.You have to take the dash off you also need to by the shift linkege. As far as the peddel you just have to hang it.for more detail call 5135333456 or 5138742508.

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