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Transmission model year question

My 99 has transmission problems, it jumps out of 3rd and 4th. I am shopping for a used transmission to replace mine. I have seen several later model low mileage transmissions.

Questions:
  1. Will a later model transmission install without any problems?
  2. Has anybody actually done it?
  3. What is the difference?
Any help in getting this problem fixed quickly and at low cost is greatly appreciated.

PS: I just got back from an almost 2,000 mile trip to Big Bend. Believe it or not: I generally kept up in the twisties with Grif on his GT while using only 1st, 2nd, and 5th gear. (Grif is my witness) Not something I like to do on a regular basis, but it was a nice challenge.

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As far as I can tell from all the posts here over the years, the only difference in transmissions is that beginning with the 2005 model they increased the gear ratio for fifth gear to make the bike a little more "spirited" in fifth. Other than that, I do not believe there are any differences. I would have liked a little more RPM in fifth on my LT's, so see this as a good thing.

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I concur with Mr. Shealey.

Let me know when you're coming up to do the swap.
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I was going to have Lone Star do it. Seems to me that it is not a DYI job. Have you done one? It would be fun to really tear into the Big Girl, but given that I work full time and don't have a shop at home I was going to spend the $$ and have them replace the various oil seals and clutch slave cylinder as well. I am talking to Tony of LT parts about buying a transmission from him.

That way I will be back on the road and enjoy riding.

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Probably a good idea to have them do the work.. While at it, maybe buy a new tranny... so you have a "known good" one... at least it will be warranted.

Now, tell me, do you use your clutch fully disengaged when you shift gears? Just curious what might cause the wear and subsequent gear popping.
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This happened with my 99 and 02 LT transmissions. Shift dogs were bent and they had to replace them and the shafts the gears rode on. Luckily under warrnaty in both cases. It wasn't a common problem and I was definitely harder than most on my trannies (that sounds like porn, sorry). If an 05 will bolt up between the engine and final drive from the 99 I would go for that; I've never heard of an 05+ tranny having this issue.

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This happened with my 99 and 02 LT transmissions. Shift dogs were bent and they had to replace them and the shafts the gears rode on. Luckily under warrnaty in both cases. It wasn't a common problem and I was definitely harder than most on my trannies (that sounds like porn, sorry). If an 05 will bolt up between the engine and final drive from the 99 I would go for that; I've never heard of an 05+ tranny having this issue.
David, it didnt sound like transsexual porn till you mentioned it...

Thanks for the background, I expected something like that. From all I have been able to find out, the later transmission will bolt right up. I would still like to hear from someone that has actually done it.

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Probably a good idea to have them do the work.. While at it, maybe buy a new tranny... so you have a "known good" one... at least it will be warranted.

Now, tell me, do you use your clutch fully disengaged when you shift gears? Just curious what might cause the wear and subsequent gear popping.
A new transmission would be nice...but it costs $3,360. And, no I have always preloaded the shifter and squeezed the gears in nicely with partial clutch, no clanking, no force, maybe that has contributed, but I have done this all my (now pretty long) life and never had problems.

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A new transmission would be nice...but it costs $3,360. And, no I have always preloaded the shifter and squeezed the gears in nicely with partial clutch, no clanking, no force, maybe that has contributed, but I have done this all my (now pretty long) life and never had problems.
Glad to hear it, because that is how I've been shifting, too.

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This happened with my 99 and 02 LT transmissions. Shift dogs were bent and they had to replace them and the shafts the gears rode on. Luckily under warrnaty in both cases. It wasn't a common problem and I was definitely harder than most on my trannies (that sounds like porn, sorry). If an 05 will bolt up between the engine and final drive from the 99 I would go for that; I've never heard of an 05+ tranny having this issue.
Dave I woul say you were having trouble with the bent shifting forks not the dogs on the gears.

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Originally Posted by Wolfgang
My 99 has transmission problems, it jumps out of 3rd and 4th. I am shopping for a used transmission to replace mine. I have seen several later model low mileage transmissions.

Questions:
  1. Will a later model transmission install without any problems?
  2. Has anybody actually done it?
  3. What is the difference?
Any help in getting this problem fixed quickly and at low cost is greatly appreciated.

PS: I just got back from an almost 2,000 mile trip to Big Bend. Believe it or not: I generally kept up in the twisties with Grif on his GT while using only 1st, 2nd, and 5th gear. (Grif is my witness) Not something I like to do on a regular basis, but it was a nice challenge.
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I would say 99 through 01 transmissions are compatable. In 02 the speed sensor was removed from the FD and mounted on the transmission !

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D Shealy is off on this one.
I would say 99 through 01 transmissions are compatable. In 02 the speed sensor was removed from the FD and mounted on the transmission !
Couldn't you just plug the sensor hole?



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Re: Transmission model year question

Since we're talking about swapping transmissions, here's a question I've often wondered. Do you have to use an LT tranny in an LT? Can you use one from another K platform, like a GT? Would be nice to have 6th gear...

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Since we're talking about swapping transmissions, here's a question I've often wondered. Do you have to use an LT tranny in an LT? Can you use one from another K platform, like a GT? Would be nice to have 6th gear...
Then you wouldn't have a reverse, so it's been said.



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Ah....yes it is coming back now.

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Then you wouldn't have a reverse, so it's been said.
I havent had reverse in two years but in South Texas, I am not sure I would have ever used it.

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Couldn't you just plug the sensor hole?
You have a point there.
As long as the speedo sensor's are the same you could then route the rear wheel sensor to the R side of the trans.

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Dave I woul say you were having trouble with the bent shifting forks not the dogs on the gears.
I think you're right. It's been a while since that all happened, plus I've been under the weather for a couple of days and my head's all jumbly from that.

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The speed sensor was NOT moved from the rear drive to the tranny. It was combined with the rear wheel ABS sensor in late 01. The speed sensor that is on ALL LT trannys is for reverse sensing.

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Am I understanding all this correctly, I CAN install the later transmission into the earlier bike?

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Am I understanding all this correctly, I CAN install the later transmission into the earlier bike?
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The speed sensor was NOT moved from the rear drive to the tranny. It was combined with the rear wheel ABS sensor in late 01. The speed sensor that is on ALL LT trannys is for reverse sensing.
That is what I thought, but could not be sure, so I did not say anything. I had read a few times that the '02 up LTs got their speed sensing from the ABS system. Thanks for confirming that.

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Didnt Coni have a problem finding one that fit her bike? http://www.bmwlt.com/forums/showthre...i+transmission

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Didnt Coni have a problem finding one that fit her bike? http://www.bmwlt.com/forums/showthre...i+transmission
Yup, but she was looking for a new one and none were available at the time.

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Does the center stand assembly bolt to the trans? The 05's have the power centerstand set up and they moved the trans drain plug because of this. Not sure if this in an issue but...

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Does the center stand assembly bolt to the trans? The 05's have the power centerstand set up and they moved the trans drain plug because of this. Not sure if this in an issue but...
They didn't move anything - the drain plug is the same on my 05 as it is on the early bikes I have serviced. The bolt pattern is the same as several people have retro fitted the power centerstand to the older bikes.

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I have an "02 trans in my '99. I didn't have to change or plug anything. If you need to replace your trans, go with '99 - '02.
BTW do you have small hands and like to use 1 or 2 fingers to engage the clutch? If so set the handle out further and you will fully disengage the clutch while shifting. Just replaced my trans in August, last week figured out what I was doing to cause the rough shift.
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I changed out my 99 tranny for a 02 tranny last year. They were identical.
There was 118,000 miles on the original tranny and I pull a trailer.
The output bearing came apart and one of the balls slid into the shifting fork.
That put an end to our trip in Colorado. I'm from Ohio.
This tranny seems to shift better than the original and I think it runs a truer
straight line from the wear on the rear tire.
Clutch did not seem to have much wear on it, but I changed it too.
This last month I had to change my final drive bearing too.

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I have an 02 and I am finding a 05 transmission. It first in this thread, sounded like it would work then not. What the final word?

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Shame on me for not posting the final outcome...

I ended up having a used, low mileage 05 transmission installed. Works great. The only difference is that it has an extra sensor that simply stays unconnected. The different 5th gear ratio makes riding at speeds between about 50 to 80 much more pleasant. More pulling power. If there is a fuel mileage difference, it is insignificent. It also shifts much better than the 99 transmission ever did.

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OK. Great news. I may try to jump on this one and get back on the road. I has been five weeks now trying to get this bike back together. Long sad story. But Thanks for the good news.

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