did you guys find it a pain in the butt to get the tranny back on, getting the imput shaft to line up perfectly with the clutch disk. im doing mine with the engine in the car and its being a pain. i put it back together when i first put my jdm engine in when i had it all out of the car and had the engine close to the ground and even that was a pain. did you notice you have to be very slow about moving it and you can move the tranny around too quickly or it will never go in and you just have to slighly and slowly move it until it lines up. this was just more of a pain in the butt than i thought it was going to be, and it was dark out and i was just using a little shop light and it was late so maybe thats it, im gonna get it done when the weather clears up. been raining for the last three days. yeah it sucks. but im just gonna go slow with it, i think i was just trying to force it on and moving the tranny around too quickly so that the splines would never line up enough to go in. cuz even when i did my jdm and had the engine out and close it was still a pain. the clutch disk is perfectly aligned so i know thats not the problem. because the shaft will go parly in just not the spline part. oh well. ill wait till the weather clears up then give it another go. oh im using a spec stage 2 clutch with kevlar disk. i was using a stock clutch before and i burned that up good in only 16k miles. so ive heard good things about these clutches and those disks about being soft pedal which i like and smooth engagement. so i cant wait to get it back on the road.