Now finally it's time to start the project, rebuild my Opel Calibra Turbo to just rear wheel operation. It may sound easy, just "shrug" drive shafts front, but really so smooth, it is not.
Calibran is constructed with a transverse engine that sends power to a 6-speed transmission on the side of the engine, from the power goes directly to the front wheel on the driver's side (left side).
The second output shaft goes into a distribution box that sends the power to the front right wheel, but the distribution box can also send power back to the rear wheels. This occurs when necessary, for example, if the front wheels slip.
This design is not very strong, there are those who run down the distribution box with original effect.
My plan is therefore to rotate the motor 90 degrees, so it is mounted along plus mount another transmission. So it was just to start dismantling the engine, transmission, transfer case, drive shafts and cardan.