Stage 1 (V160)
UPDATE: Getrag / Toyota have started to discontinue several key components needed to perform a complete rebuild on the V160/V161. We are working with other manufacturers to fill these gaps, but this disruption in the supply chain is causing severe delays in completing our rebuild services. Please email us prior to sending us your transmission.
This is our most economical transmission rebuild to give you a reliable and smooth shifting unit without paying for parts you may not want or need. This rebuild will only replace:
- Synchros --Replacement Synchros
- Gear Shifting Interlock replaced with newest revision
- Input preload set to our own specs for high power applications and long gear life (no gear whining and we DO NOT follow the manual as it's incorrect!)
- Friction rings are modified for longer life and more efficiency for smooth shifting. Check our synchro blueprinting here.
Yes, we are aware others can rebuild the V160 for less. Click HERE to see why you want us to do it!
This is the rebuild process from start to finish at Jacks Transmissions HERE
This unit is covered by our 14 month, unlimited mileage warranty.
Does your V160 whine? If so, we can fix it! The whine can be caused by many things, but in most cases it is due to a damaged and wiped out input and counter 5th gear. Please EMAIL US for more info. Want to prevent this damage? Use our trans oil HERE.
Parts cleaned using industrial parts washers and then external coating applied. Exceptionally clean units is one of the reasons why our transmissions are the highest quality in the business! We have state-of-the-art cleaning equipment which other trans builders could only dream of. More info HERE
With the best cleaning equipment, we also have a very clean facility. All units are built in a spotless environment and using tools, and benches, which are clean and only used for assembly purposes. In other words, the same tools used to pull your dirty old trans out of your car are NOT the same tools used to rebuild your pristine unit afterward. Take a look at the typical shop and check their tools. It is shocking how dirty things are in most shops and that dirt will end up in your unit. That doesn't happen here.