Toyota T50 Specs

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When you buy a car, you may believe that all the components are made by the same manufacturer. Most people don't consider that any vehicle, especially an imported vehicle, may contain parts from a number of different manufacturers. Such is the case for the Toyota T50 Transmission, which is utilised in a number of different vehicles throughout America and Europe. Mainly used in compact Toyota models, especially the Toyota Corolla, the T50 transmission and gearbox is also utilised in different foreign motor vehicles, such as in a number of models under the Datsun name.

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Five-Speed Manual

The Toyota T50 transmission is built as a manual model. This means that in order for the vehicle to engage any of the five different gears that the transmission is able to engage, you must engage the manual clutch mechanism and coerce the transmission into the next gear. Five-speed manual transmissions are usually used in vehicles that are designed more for performance at high speeds rather than for creating torque out of the power created by the engine, so they are more frequently used in lighter, more compact vehicles like the Corolla and the Celica.

Aftermarket Manufacturing

The Toyota T50 transmission has standard gearing inside its gearbox that allows the transmission to function smoothly between gear changes. As with any transmission, however, the gears inside the transmission's gearbox can begin to allow for play or "slop" between the gear changes. This can make the transition from gear to gear jerky or outright unresponsive. The Toyota T50 transmission does allow for aftermarket replacement gears to be implemented, so these gearboxes can create an enhanced shifting performance.

Spline Variety

Because of the number of different vehicles that the T50 can be implemented in, there is also a need for different output shafts. The T50 is a rear-wheel drive-oriented transmission, and the output shaft is the drive rod that runs from the transmission's gear box to the powered axle. This uses a series of splines, or teeth, to engage the opposing splines of the axle. There are specifically two different output shafts for the T50 transmission. One is a 20-spline and the other is a 22-spline model. These different output shafts are designed to compensate for the different receiving gears on the axles of various vehicles.

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