Holinger Engineering

5 days ago
So here it is: The production version of the S5000 MFT Transaxle. We didn't have time to take any pics of the first units we finished as they went straight out the door, onto the back of waiting chassis/engines down at Garry Rogers Motorsport. Even these photos were taken hastily before this unit had to be shipped, so they probably could be better. It's certainly one of the products we've been the most proud of. As you can see it essentially is the entire rear-half of the car, holding the rear suspension pickup points, the engine oil tank and of course supports the rear crash box and wing. Get yourself to Sandown for the launch of this new series on the 21/22 of September! #s5000 #transaxle

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1 week ago - Holinger Engineering shared a post.
We've been fortunate to be involved with some big names in the Automotive World over the years and we can now add Saleen to the list. We've supplied the Transmissions for the Saleen S1 Cup, a great new series that recently commenced. Have a look at the cars and meet some of the crew in this video. #mf2wd

Holinger Engineering

2 weeks ago
Whilst making the special MFT Transaxles for the new S5000 class has been a huge undertaking, we've also been tasked with manufacturing many of the cars other components as previously mentioned. Here you can see some of these parts. We'll post photos of the finished production Transaxle soon. Race day is getting closer! Garry Rogers Motorsport S5000

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2 weeks ago - Holinger Engineering shared a post.
Check out Todd Kelly giving the S5000 a run yesterday at QR, while we're busy finishing a load of parts off for the production batch of cars. We're getting excited to see them all on track!

Holinger Engineering

3 weeks ago
Here's some photos of the finished S5000 Uprights, with the final front one being checked on our CMM. The first race date is looming and it's all coming together. We'll post some more pics of the different parts we've made in the coming days. Garry Rogers Motorsport Formula Thunder 5000

Holinger Engineering

3 weeks ago
This year has seen a lot going on in the Holinger workshop. We've been manufacturing not only the Transaxles for the upcoming S5000 class, but many other components for the car also. Here's a video of the Rear Upright being machined from a solid block of Aluminium on our 5-Axis Okuma. Garry Rogers Motorsport Formula Thunder 5000 #aussiemanufacturing #s5000

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1 month ago - Holinger Engineering shared a post.
Here's some noise, fire and smoke for your Friday afternoon courtesy of Motohub. Jesse Greenslade Drift is featured here putting an RD6 to pretty good use! Download the Motohub app to see more content like this. Enjoy......

Holinger Engineering

2 months ago
Everyone loves a good Billet machined part these days, we do too, but we also love a good casting. Billet machined parts like Bellhousings are a great way to make a prototype or small run of parts, but once we get into decent batch sizes of parts that certainly will have an ongoing life cycle, casting is the only way to go. The price of a Billet Bellhousing like shown here can be about 4-5 times that of the cast version. This is a prototype Billet Bellhousing we’ve made, that we have now produced patterns for allowing the future versions to be sand cast. Both look the goods to us and the sand cast version will be more than adequate for the job. There is no compromises with its strength or functionality, and as mentioned it’s much more cost effective to produce on an ongoing basis. #holinger #gearbox #mf #sf

Holinger Engineering

3 months ago
We shipped a pretty cool version of the MFT the other day. This is going into a Mid-Engined Sportscar, powered by an LS V8. The different thing about it compared to others we've manufactured however, is that it's setup in an Engine-Gearbox-Diff configuration, with the Output Flanges above the Input Shaft/Crank. So the engine is very low and the rear overhang on the car is going to be absolutely minimal. We designed the MFT to be very modular, in that it can take input from either end and be turned upside down, so this configuration was always one we thought would be popular, but until now it hadn't been taken up by anyone. The nice thing about it also was that this package is made up entirely of parts/designs that were "off the shelf" so to speak. No additional engineering or design was required. It was something that could be ordered and built from the standard options we have. #mft #transaxle #lsswap

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4 months ago - Holinger Engineering shared a post.
If you haven't seen it yet Auto Action had a drive of the Mustang GT4 recently. They've got a great write up in the latest issue about the car so check it out. We've loved being involved in this project and really enjoyed the video. Happy Friday! #RD6

Holinger Engineering

4 months ago
As you may have seen the other day we recently rebuilt a couple of old H6S's for Perkins Engineering. One of these is pretty special as it's for the 93' Bathurst winning car, the last car to do so with a Holden engine. Larry and Jack are restoring it back to it's former glory and perhaps even past it. Whilst it's great to work on new projects and products, it's also really nice to be able to fix up old Holinger gearboxes, especially ones with such history. It's worth mentioning that whilst we were given plenty of time to do the rebuilds, we had most of the parts on the shelf and certainly were happy to manufacture whatever else we needed. The H6S gearbox dates back to 1991 and we still support it, along with the GRA-5 which is even older. Where we can we will make spare parts for our older products. So when you buy a gearbox from us, as Larry Perkins did in 1991, you know you’re going to get the support you need to run it for decades! We know Larry has been a bit under the weather lately, so get well soon mate from all of us here!

Holinger Engineering

5 months ago
So after something a little older yesterday, here's something brand new: A rear mounted MXT Transaxle with a Clutch/Starter package installed on the front. This is a 6-Speed Sequential, Paddle-Shift version of the modular M(F/X)T series and is perfect for those high-Power/Torque front-engine, rear-wheel-drive applications. It's rated to 880 NM/650 FT-LBS of Torque for Endurance racing. As always this is a conservative rating from us, allowing customers to really asses the effectiveness of a product over a high duty-cycle in long events, rather than the "flash in the pan" failure rating often seen advertised today. So will it take far more Torque than this in short bursts? YES! Putting the Clutch/Starter on the front of the Transaxle, rather than the engine, improves vehicle weight distribution. On the subject of weight the entire assembly comes in around 90kg, depending on the type of clutch used (we have several options). The Transaxle alone weighs in the mid 70kg's depending on options. We've yet to publish any info about this on our website so please email us for details!

Holinger Engineering

5 months ago
We produce a huge amount of varied products these days, that end up in all kinds of Racing Cars in different parts of the world. So it's always interesting and nice when some products that we haven't made for a while seem to come back around again. Today we finished off a 6-Speed Sequential RD6 gearbox, fitted with a Bellhousing for a Ford Windsor V8, essentially the exact spec of a V8 Supercar from ~10 years ago. It includes a special Flywheel we manufacture and uses a Tilton Reverse Starter, Clutch and Release Bearing. We've actually have a batch of the Bellhousings and Flywheels going through the factory at present for the first times in years, as we've sold the stock we had and have a lot of fresh enquiries. #holinger #rd6 #ford #windsor

Holinger Engineering

6 months ago
If you're in Melbourne this Saturday come and visit us at Fitted Festival. We'll be exhibiting our products along with many other great companies. If you're attending come and say hi, have a look at some of our Gearboxes up close and see some of the cars we have them installed into.