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Old 07-10-2018, 09:31 PM   #52
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You're supposed to replace them as they are one time stretch to torque bolts. I did re-use one that had a stud on it because that's where my catch can bolts to. The replacement ones i got were all regular bolts..
do you remember the part numbers or anything for these bolts, i find like 3 different part numbers so unsure what to use
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Old 07-10-2018, 09:55 PM   #53
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do you remember the part numbers or anything for these bolts, i find like 3 different part numbers so unsure what to use
I may have the packaging hanging out in garage to check. There are two different sizes that bolt to frame and motor. The trans side might be different length too so it actually might be 3 different part numbers..

Edit: third part number is to secure trans mount bracket to transmission which does not require replacing because it shouldn't be broken loose during install

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Old 07-10-2018, 10:01 PM   #54
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do you remember the part numbers or anything for these bolts, i find like 3 different part numbers so unsure what to use
Did a little research

Engine side
N90596906 x 2 - Bolt M10x55
N10209605 x 2 - Bolt M12x1.5

Trans side
N90596906 x 4 - Bolt M10x55
N10209605 x 3 - Bolt M12x1.5
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Old 07-10-2018, 10:10 PM   #55
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do you remember the part numbers or anything for these bolts, i find like 3 different part numbers so unsure what to use
BFI lists (4) N-106-997-01,(3) N-105-524-04 for the trans mount hardware replacements.

https://store.blackforestindustries....mk7mqbprt.html

Those are the ones I bought. Am having it installed along w the engine mount next week.
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Old 07-10-2018, 11:50 PM   #56
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Most likely dried oil. Take it to the a stealership and replace main seal on warranty.
How would oil make it to the seal between the two halfs of the transmission?

The pictures show what is likely a silicone based sealant that wasn't properly cleaned up after install at the factory.
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Old 07-11-2018, 03:33 AM   #57
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How would oil make it to the seal between the two halfs of the transmission?

The pictures show what is likely a silicone based sealant that wasn't properly cleaned up after install at the factory.
Well first of that's not a very good/complete picture of the transmission. Secondly, when the main seal starts to fail it slowly starts to appear as a discoloration where the bellhousing mates to the block. That doesn't quite look like any adhesive to me, but maybe it is. I do know that when I had a seal failure on my car it resembled that picture.
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Old 07-11-2018, 02:53 PM   #58
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Did a little research

Engine side
N90596906 x 2 - Bolt M10x55
N10209605 x 2 - Bolt M12x1.5

Trans side
N90596906 x 4 - Bolt M10x55
N10209605 x 3 - Bolt M12x1.5
the funny part is that bfi shows different numbers entirely than what you have shown...this drives me to drink lmao
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Old 07-11-2018, 03:13 PM   #59
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the funny part is that bfi shows different numbers entirely than what you have shown...this drives me to drink lmao
I went off the bolts CTS uses. It's the same thread pattern, 5mm variation in length between the two. A few drinks never hurt nobody, unless YOU street race of course.
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Old 07-11-2018, 03:28 PM   #60
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I went off the bolts CTS uses. It's the same thread pattern, 5mm variation in length between the two. A few drinks never hurt nobody, unless YOU street race of course.
haha wellp went the bfi way since thats what im going with...lets see how this goes
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