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Toyota Celica, Corolla T-Sport/RunX - C64 6-Speed Transmission w/ LSD, USED

Product type: Transmission

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$ 1,350.00

DESCRIPTION

The Toyota C64 6-speed transmission, with 4.5 Final Drive was available in the European and Japanese markets for the Toyota Celica and Corolla T-Sport with 2ZZ-GE engine. This C64 transmission features an optional fitted helical LSD (Limited Slip Differential).

FEATURES
  • Given the age of the part, we provide a general estimate of 100-125k miles, which suggests normal wear.
  • Brackets not included.

Gear Ratios

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Reverse Final
3.166 2.050 1.481 1.166 0.916 0.815 3.250 4.529
  • Ratios are same as the C60 6-speed transmission, from 1st-5th gear, with a slightly shorter 6th gear (~500rpm higher while at highway speeds)¬†
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU Number 30300-6MT-CELI
30300-6MT-RUNX
Manufacturer Toyota
Country of Origin Japan
Product Condition Used
Product Type Genuine Replacement Part
Product Weight 106 lbs.
 VEHICLE COMPATABILITY 
YEAR VEHICLE MODEL SUB-MODEL ENGINE
2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
Toyota Celica GT (ZZT230), GT-S/T-Sport (ZZT231)
1.8L 1ZZ-FE, 2ZZ-GE
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Toyota MR2 Spyder, MR-S, Roadster (ZZW30) 2dr Convertible 1.8L 1ZZ-FE, 2ZZ-GE
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Lotus Elise (S2) N/A 1.8L 2ZZ-GE
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Toyota Corolla RunX (ZZE123) 1.8L 2ZZ-GE
DELIVERY
TYPE SHIPS FROM LEAD TIME
Drop Ship
Europe Ships in 1-2 weeks
REMARKS
  • Photos listed are for sample purposes only.
  • Celica and RunX C64 have different linkages. For most applications, the Celica version is desired. If installing in a RWD vehicle with transverse-mounted engine (i.e. MR2 Spyder), you will need to use your existing linkage along with some conversion parts unless selecting the conversion option.

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Hugh (Moreno Valley, US)
Great price, fast shipping!

I just purchased this transmission and the transaction couldn't have been better. Shipping was fast, everything came as describes in the description and the pricing was great! Thanks guys!

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Darren R. (Burbank, US)
C64 trans

I ordered the transmission about a week or two. I didnt expect a reply back due to it being around 9pm but Surprisingly enough he did. I was in the market for a C60 non lsd transmission and wanted to buy that night. As we talked about a C60 transmission until he recommended the C64 with LSD. The deal was too good to pass up so i jumped on it. I have yet to install the transmission because im waiting for my complete 2zz swap but once it arrives i will update this and let you know the quality, performance, and overall differences between the two transmissions (C56 and c64), and the quality of this transmission... so far im happy i received it As quick as i did. No complaints on my end.

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Richard (San Antonio, US)
Swapping this to a Toyota Celica

This is a step by step guide on how to swap this transmission to a 2000-2005 toyota celica 6 speed. But first, i want to thank midship garage for having some of the best customer service and answering all of my questions.
So, when i bought this transmission, i was kind of blind to the fact that i would have to swap over shifter shafts from my C60 transmission to this one for it to work on my 2000 Toyota Celica gts ( my own fault for not fully understanding the fitment guide on this page). I just want to reassure anyone that may try to do this that it is not impossible and not too hard to do.
For this swap you will need:
- C60 selector shaft
- C60 shifter linkage
- C60 selector shaft endcap
- C60 selector shaft oil seals( small and big)
- C60 selector shaft rubber boot dust shield
- C60 selector shaft endcap
- Various tools
Step 1: Remove clutch master cylinder.
Step 2: Remove shift linkage bracket and 4 bolts that connects the linkage to the transmission.
Step 3: Remove selector shaft place holder on top ( should be 15/16 socket ).
Step 4: Take out selector shaft assembly.
Step 5: On the opposite side that you took the assembly out, there will be what looks like a 1 inch hole that is plugged. This is where the conversion takes place. You will need to prop up the transmission and secure it properly. Run a vacuum hose or some towels where the assembly came out.
Step 6: Make a small pilot hole in the center of the 1" divot ( this will make it easier to drill)
Step 7: Drill here until the small oil seal fits through ( at this point your C60 selector shaft should fit through as well)
Step 8: Bore out the 1" divot hole on the sides until the big oil seal fits properly( These seals should fit very snug and will have to be pressed in with force))
Step 9: Clean all areas inside and smooth the edges down
Step 10: Tap in small oil seal then big seal until flush.
Step 11: Take C60 shaft and insert
Step 12:

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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Hugh (Moreno Valley, US)
Great price, fast shipping!

I just purchased this transmission and the transaction couldn't have been better. Shipping was fast, everything came as describes in the description and the pricing was great! Thanks guys!

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Darren R. (Burbank, US)
C64 trans

I ordered the transmission about a week or two. I didnt expect a reply back due to it being around 9pm but Surprisingly enough he did. I was in the market for a C60 non lsd transmission and wanted to buy that night. As we talked about a C60 transmission until he recommended the C64 with LSD. The deal was too good to pass up so i jumped on it. I have yet to install the transmission because im waiting for my complete 2zz swap but once it arrives i will update this and let you know the quality, performance, and overall differences between the two transmissions (C56 and c64), and the quality of this transmission... so far im happy i received it As quick as i did. No complaints on my end.

R
Richard (San Antonio, US)
Swapping this to a Toyota Celica

This is a step by step guide on how to swap this transmission to a 2000-2005 toyota celica 6 speed. But first, i want to thank midship garage for having some of the best customer service and answering all of my questions.
So, when i bought this transmission, i was kind of blind to the fact that i would have to swap over shifter shafts from my C60 transmission to this one for it to work on my 2000 Toyota Celica gts ( my own fault for not fully understanding the fitment guide on this page). I just want to reassure anyone that may try to do this that it is not impossible and not too hard to do.
For this swap you will need:
- C60 selector shaft
- C60 shifter linkage
- C60 selector shaft endcap
- C60 selector shaft oil seals( small and big)
- C60 selector shaft rubber boot dust shield
- C60 selector shaft endcap
- Various tools
Step 1: Remove clutch master cylinder.
Step 2: Remove shift linkage bracket and 4 bolts that connects the linkage to the transmission.
Step 3: Remove selector shaft place holder on top ( should be 15/16 socket ).
Step 4: Take out selector shaft assembly.
Step 5: On the opposite side that you took the assembly out, there will be what looks like a 1 inch hole that is plugged. This is where the conversion takes place. You will need to prop up the transmission and secure it properly. Run a vacuum hose or some towels where the assembly came out.
Step 6: Make a small pilot hole in the center of the 1" divot ( this will make it easier to drill)
Step 7: Drill here until the small oil seal fits through ( at this point your C60 selector shaft should fit through as well)
Step 8: Bore out the 1" divot hole on the sides until the big oil seal fits properly( These seals should fit very snug and will have to be pressed in with force))
Step 9: Clean all areas inside and smooth the edges down
Step 10: Tap in small oil seal then big seal until flush.
Step 11: Take C60 shaft and insert
Step 12: