It's stuck isn't it? it's not like it isn't already on the top of the first page anyway.
This thread is supposed to have useful info about swapping a long C trans into the s12. The only thing that has been established in it is that if you have a mk2 that already has a short C trans in it, you can do this swap. For a mk1, the process remains unclear.
When I started doing my swap, I thought I was going to need to find a mk2 trans mount and mk2 driveshaft. S12's are impossible to find in junkyards around here, and I don't even know what it would have cost to locate an out of state yard with a mk2 in it, have them pull the driveshaft, and ship it to me. Not to mention the fact that a new rubber mount costs $60 to replace the rubber mount on the S12 mk2 crossmember, which may or may not even work correctly based on
i tried to install a mk2 mount on my mk1 and it didnt line up with the hybrid ka swap trans neither did the mk1 mount so i had to run top half and bottem
That the B trans and C trans use the same output splines is news to me, and it means that all I have to do is have my driveshaft shortened and rebalanced and my drivetrain will be complete. No matter what mounts you wind up using, that info alone is worthwhile to anyone swapping a mk1, since buying both a mk2 and s13 shaft, then throwing away your stock shaft, half the mk2 shaft, and half the s13 shaft is at best a huge waste of time, and more than likely a huge waste of money.