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Old 05-15-2019, 03:09 PM
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F35 Rebuild labor time

Anyone know how long book time is to rebuild the f35 w g85 .I yanked out my trans to have it rebuilt and I got quoted 6.5hrs to rebuild the trans,well that seems high considering the trans is already out of the car. I have searched and cant find GM labor estimator w/o having to pay. TIA.
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Old 05-15-2019, 05:17 PM
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The f35 is a bitch and requires special tools to do it properly. So 6.5h seems reasonable, but I've never rebuilt one or hear how long it takes.
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KOLT might be able to help you on the GM labor. But I think most of the time GM just replaced them versus rebuilding.
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I was quoted $1,800 to rebuild my open diff non g85, parts & labor for removal & re-install. Another shop quoted $1,200 just to fix the 2nd gear grind (which is all that's wrong with the tranny). I'm not moving forward with any of the 2 places but just throwing it out there for comparison numbers.
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I was quoted $1,800 to rebuild my open diff non g85, parts & labor for removal & re-install. Another shop quoted $1,200 just to fix the 2nd gear grind (which is all that's wrong with the tranny). I'm not moving forward with any of the 2 places but just throwing it out there for comparison numbers.
side note whats all done to your ATS?
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side note whats all done to your ATS?
It has the ZZP Stage 1 kit (Catted DP), Mishimoto IC & Charge Pipes, ZZP bigger TB, PTP turbo blanket and custom cold air induction. I did send in data logs from track runs to ZZP and they adjusted the tune accordingly which made a HUGE difference.



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It has the ZZP Stage 1 kit (Catted DP), Mishimoto IC & Charge Pipes, ZZP bigger TB, PTP turbo blanket and custom cold air induction. I did send in data logs from track runs to ZZP and they adjusted the tune accordingly which made a HUGE difference.
looks great! I have a 2016 2.0T moonstone metallic with morello red interior. So far i have ZZP intake, corsa catback, tint, and front lip. Ill be doing downpipe and tune soon. I have eibach springs that need installed. Also waiting for the V spoiler to be delivered.
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looks great! I have a 2016 2.0T moonstone metallic with morello red interior. So far i have ZZP intake, corsa catback, tint, and front lip. Ill be doing downpipe and tune soon. I have eibach springs that need installed. Also waiting for the V spoiler to be delivered.
Nice - I’ve always liked that morello red interior, very nice contrast. I did add the EZ lip to front and looks fairly descent. I also added the the 18” coupe wheels which gave it a wider stance.

Hopefully your V Spoiler fits nice and snug
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Nice - I’ve always liked that morello red interior, very nice contrast. I did add the EZ lip to front and looks fairly descent. I also added the the 18” coupe wheels which gave it a wider stance.

Hopefully your V Spoiler fits nice and snug
I'd love to find four of the 18x9 wheels. I might try and buy two and two.I have the same style as your but 18x8. I love these factory style ones. I plan on getting them powder coated but I am torn on what color to do with the moonstoon metallic paint.
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I'd love to find four of the 18x9 wheels. I might try and buy two and two.I have the same style as your but 18x8. I love these factory style ones. I plan on getting them powder coated but I am torn on what color to do with the moonstoon metallic paint.
I got these here:
https://www.detroitwheelandtire.com

The rears are 18x9 (Hollander 4734) and fronts are 18x8 (Hollander 4731). I think you can buy them individually. I'm not sure if the rears would clear the front fenders. These are clearing just enough to not rub.



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