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I just recently bought a integra type r tranny for my car. I got a really good deal on it. The tranny is really awesome but one this is wrong. My 2nd gear pops out of gear if i dont have gas on the pedal. Sometimes i cant go back into 2nd when turning because it might grind. The only time i can use my 2nd gear is when going from 1st into 2nd with gas on the pedal until i go into 3rd or else it pops out if i let my foot off the gas pedal. My question is if it is related to the tranny? or what would be causing this to happen. Please help because i need to know whats wrong so i can fix it. thanks, any help is appreciated.
 

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Tranny oil -check it
Possible bent shifter fork inside the tranny.
 

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i would check tranny fluid levels 1st, i was told when there is no tranny flid in it will pop out of gear like that
 

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Yeah check the oil or chance it to the Honda tranny oil. I had simmilar problem a wile ago, and I found out that it had engine oil in the tranny and when I put the honda tranny oil in, everything was smooth and awesome.
But maybe its your clutch, did the tranny come with the clutch? and what sort of car is it? coz your clutch might not be suiteble.
 

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Yeah check the oil or chance it to the Honda tranny oil. I had simmilar problem a wile ago, and I found out that it had engine oil in the tranny and when I put the honda tranny oil in, everything was smooth and awesome.
But maybe its your clutch, did the tranny come with the clutch? and what sort of car is it? coz your clutch might not be suiteble.

I had a new exedy oem clutch kit put in at the same time because my clutch was going bad also. The tranny didnt come with the clutch. It might be the tranny oil because i think if might be engine oil. but i though engine oil and tranny fluid were the same. Thanks for your help
 

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No wories. But tranny oil and engine oil are different but simmilar. If in an emergency and you dont have tranny oil, then you can put engine oil into the tranny but thats a last resort.
 

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I had a new exedy oem clutch kit put in at the same time because my clutch was going bad also. The tranny didnt come with the clutch. It might be the tranny oil because i think if might be engine oil. but i though engine oil and tranny fluid were the same. Thanks for your help
Switch to Honda MTF, your tranny will thank you for it.

Good luck with the exedy clutch, exedy doesn't have a positive following amongst the ITR community.
 

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Use Honda oil Only that may help out other wise it is most likly in the transmisson Need Help or Advise call me

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you have to make sure you have the right type of clutch installed in the car to get the most from the clutch set up exedy are great clutchs heres some info on them

EXEDY SPORTS & PERFORMANCE CLUTCH PRODUCTS

Hyper Single Clutch:

The Hyper Single Clutch is engineered to optimize performance for cars that are moderately modified, but do not require the clutch capacity of a multi-plate clutch. Similar to our multi-plate clutches, it has a forged aluminum cover that is anodized purple. The aluminum cover is stiffer than a stamped cover and therefore allows a higher lever ratio to maintain the pedal efforts at a reasonable level.

All Hyper Clutches come with a steel flywheel and a 6-puck cerametallic facing, spring center damper disc assembly. The disc is generally smaller and thinner than the OEM disc making for lower inertia and therefore quicker, easier shifting and less wear and tear on the transmission synchros. The higher clamp load and cerametallic friction facings give approximately twice the holding torque of the OEM clutch and generally higher than other single plate clutches.

As with all cerametallic clutches, the street driveability may be marginal due to chattering and harsh engagement characteristics.

An additional feature of the pressure plate is a series of turbine-like, air flow enhancing vanes that keep the clutch cooler under extreme operating conditions to improve wear life. For Purchase information Please Click Here: :: EXEDY SPORT & PERFORMANCE CLUTCH SPECIALIST'S ::


Multi Plate Clutch:

For high-powered applications, EXEDY offers twin and triple Multi-Plate Clutches. These are designed for hot street action as well as drag, road and rally racing.

The twin plate clutches are rated for above 500hp to 750hp. The triple plate clutches are rated for up to and over 1000hp (for drag race applications). Twins come as with both spring damper discs and solid discs. Triples are all solid discs.

All of our multi-plate clutches come with a lightweight, chrome moly steel flywheel and the famous purple anodized forged aluminum clutch cover. Depending on the application, we have both strap drive and lug drive models. All have T5001 cerametallic friction materials for extreme heat resistance.

Engine modifications e.g.. cam-timing-turbo modifications etc. cause engine pulsation and vibrations. These vibrations can cause clutch rattle when the clutch pedal is depressed by movement on the intermediate separator plate in some applications. These noises will in no way affect the performance of the Exedy Multi Plate Clutch. This rattle is well accepted in the performance industry where engine modifications have been carried out. For Purchase information Please Click Here: :: EXEDY SPORT & PERFORMANCE CLUTCH SPECIALIST'S ::



Multi Plates Twin Plates Honda Twin


Single Plate Organic:

EXEDY Racing clutches with organic friction materials use only premium friction materials that are resistant to slippage and burst. Increased clamp loads give the necessary capacity to handle modified engines.

The driveability will be like a stock clutch. Pedal efforts will be higher because of the higher clamp loads. All of our clutch discs have high capacity spring center dampers to reduce the drive train shock and impact. For Purchase information Please Click Here: :: EXEDY SPORT & PERFORMANCE CLUTCH SPECIALIST'S ::


Single Plate Cerametallic:

EXEDY cerametallic clutches are designed to handle the abuse of high power modified engines. Our cerametallic friction material can handle much more slippage than stock type disc assemblies without slipping and fading.

All EXEDY cerametallic clutch discs have spring center dampers to reduce the impact and shock loads put into the drive train. This protects the transmission and the rest of the drive line system.

We offer two types of cerametallic discs -normal thickness and reduced thickness.

The reduced thickness (thin cerametallic) discs offer greatly reduced inertia to improve shift efforts, make for faster shifting, and improve synchro durability. These discs are approximately 1/2 the thickness of a stock disc.

The normal thickness (thick cerametallic) discs have better heat capacity and therefore better durability in demanding applications such as all wheel drive. Even with the normal thickness, our three puck cerametallic discs still typically have less inertia than a stock disc.

With any cerametallic clutch system, there will be some compromise of start up driveability as compared to a stock clutch (chatter on light throttle, low rpm start up). This characteristic is generally felt to be acceptable in modified performance cars. Drivers of cerametallic clutches on the street should be warned not to "ride the clutch" to try to reduce the chatter as this will greatly increase the wear. For Purchase information Please Click Here: :: EXEDY SPORT & PERFORMANCE CLUTCH SPECIALIST'S ::


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Racing Flywheels:

EXEDY Racing Flywheels are made from solid one-piece billet chrome moly steel or chrome moly steel forgings. They are specifically designed to reduce weight and inertia for better engine response. Most incorporate special design features to enhance the air flow to improve the cooling of the clutch. The ring gear teeth are milled onto the flywheel unlike an aluminum flywheel where the ring gear is pressed onto the flywheel which has the possibilities of separating from the flywheel. This could cause the flywheel to explode due to two different expansion coefficients (aluminum flywheel pressed on steel ring gear). EXEDY steel billet and forged steel flywheels have passed engineering tests to 15,000 rpm. They are guaranteed to be explosion proof at the said rpm. For Purchase information Please Click Here: ::

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You may not want to hear this but I think the problem is your synchro's. The synchros are what hold the tranny in gear
 
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