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FS: EUJ Euro 02M 5 speed TDI trans

ticketed2much

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Bought here from Dutch auto parts. 15k miles. Looks like new. I bought for my 1.8t but TDI gearing will be too long. $500obo

The chart below lists the gearing for the trans, it’s the column all the way to the right with 6th gear missing 👍
 
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PakProtector

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If I may, can y'all educate me about the 5-speed? I thought 02M meant 6sp...

And for the rest, 02M meaning no single-mass flywheel, yes? and 240mm clutch and the co-axial slave cylinder to actuate it?
thanks,
Douglas
 

ticketed2much

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If I may, can y'all educate me about the 5-speed? I thought 02M meant 6sp...

And for the rest, 02M meaning no single-mass flywheel, yes? and 240mm clutch and the co-axial slave cylinder to actuate it?
thanks,
Douglas
Almost all 02M are 6 speed. This is a rare 5 speed 02m. 02m do come with DMFs but many people replace them with aftermarket SMFs. And yes internal slave cylinder 👍
 

PakProtector

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Which final goes to which gears? Would like to do an overall gear ratio eval...then see about the rest of the bits required( shifter, shift tower, cables, axles... ). On the axles, do 6sp O2M fit?
cheers,
Douglas
 

ticketed2much

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Which final goes to which gears? Would like to do an overall gear ratio eval...then see about the rest of the bits required( shifter, shift tower, cables, axles... ). On the axles, do 6sp O2M fit?
cheers,
Douglas
1-4 with final 1, 5 final 2. Yes 6 speed 02m axles etc fit. They’re identical, 5 speed has a blank instead of a gear
 

ticketed2much

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I got quite a few PMs about the difference between 5&6 speed 02m. Physically they’re identical. The 5 speed has a blank space on the output shaft where 6th gear would be.
The gearing is a bit more spaced out than 6 speed which is nice if you have an upgraded turbo, less shifts. 6 speed swaps are covered pretty thoroughly on this forum and that’s the parts you’d need👍
 

B3achbum

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What is the 3 character code, stamped on top the case?
 

B3achbum

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Okay, sorry I see is in the Title (Duhh).

Sometimes I sits and thinks, and sometimes I just sits.
;)
 

Andyinchville1

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I got quite a few PMs about the difference between 5&6 speed 02m. Physically they’re identical. The 5 speed has a blank space on the output shaft where 6th gear would be.
The gearing is a bit more spaced out than 6 speed which is nice if you have an upgraded turbo, less shifts. 6 speed swaps are covered pretty thoroughly on this forum and that’s the parts you’d need👍

Hi

Just curious but can gears be added to turn it into a 6-speed?

I've been thinking long and hard about doing a 6-speed and this seems cheaper than typical 6-speed but the cost of the extra gears if they can be added of course would have to be considered.

Thanks
Andrew
 

mrurbina

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Hi

Just curious but can gears be added to turn it into a 6-speed?

I've been thinking long and hard about doing a 6-speed and this seems cheaper than typical 6-speed but the cost of the extra gears if they can be added of course would have to be considered.

Thanks
Andrew
yeah. search on the diy to adding a 6th to a TT 5 speed 02M
 

ticketed2much

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Hi

Just curious but can gears be added to turn it into a 6-speed?

I've been thinking long and hard about doing a 6-speed and this seems cheaper than typical 6-speed but the cost of the extra gears if they can be added of course would have to be considered.

Thanks
Andrew
Not really. By the time you pay someone to add the gears you might as well buy a 6 speed👍
 

PakProtector

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Still trying to justify this. It is geared a wee bit better than an EUH. 5th is about equal to one with a .700 5th. And it can run a 240mm clutch. And... :)
cheers,
Douglas
 

ticketed2much

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Still trying to justify this. It is geared a wee bit better than an EUH. 5th is about equal to one with a .700 5th. And it can run a 240mm clutch. And... :)
cheers,
Douglas
Yeah I’d like it gone. Flexible on price but don’t want to give it away. It looks practically new👍
 

Poor King

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'91 Jetta, '91 GTI, '04 Touareg
Audi TT's in the US actually came with a 5spd 02M with a spacer in place of the 6th gear. But OP's is unique for the fact that it has diesel gearing l.
 

PakProtector

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Audi TT's in the US actually came with a 5spd 02M with a spacer in place of the 6th gear. But OP's is unique for the fact that it has diesel gearing l.
Run the ratio calcs; it is comparable to an O2J with a .700 5th, but requires the 240mm clutch( which had better be riding a DMF due to the syncro fragility encountered when attempting SMF use). Again, examine and compare the delivered ratios( two FDR's remember, whilst setting up the spreadsheet... :) ). Am still trying to figure a way to justify, but its rarity over here gives me pause.
cheers,
Douglas
 
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