• 20/06/2023 0 Comments
    Everything You Need To Know About Direct Shift Gearboxes

    Nowadays, the conversation about whether to get an automatic or manual gearbox for your car has evolved. An alternative to both of these systems is direct shift gearboxes or DSG.

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  • 05/05/2023 0 Comments
    Powershift Gearboxs: Your Questions Answered


    Bohernabreena Gearbox Centre remain one of Ireland's most experienced gearbox experts. For years we have been rebuilding and maintaining the transmission system inside vehicles. Due to this expertise, we get many questions on gearboxes. In particular, we get questions regarding powershift gearboxes. To make this information that much more accessible, we have compiled the most common questions below.

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  • 23/03/2022 0 Comments
    The Different Kinds of Automatic Gearboxes

    Automatic gearboxes are not new technology, but many opt not to use them in favour of manual gearboxes. Their main advantage is leaving forward gear control up to the vehicle while the driver focuses on the road, although some drivers opt for full control of gears with a manual gearbox.

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  • 18/10/2019 0 Comments
    How Does an Automatic Transmission Work?

    In recent years there has been a massive increase in the number of automatic cars on Irish roads. As most people know, the main difference between manual transmission cars and automatic transmission cars is the lack of the clutch pedal and the gearshift. 

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  • 06/09/2019 0 Comments
    How Does a Manual Transmission Work?

    Your car's transmission, or gearbox, is one of its most vital parts, and even though many of us can use one but very few actually know how a manual transmission works. At Bohernabreena Gearbox Centre, we believe that if you know how your transmission works then you will be more likely to use the gearbox effectively and maintain it in a safe, working order.

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  • 26/08/2019 0 Comments
    4 Signs That You Need a New Clutch

    If you drive a manual transmission car then you are well aware of the clutch pedal. The clutch controls the spin of the flywheel and disengage the wheels from then engine while it is still running. In simpler terms, the clutch lets you change gears.
    Because of the friction crated by the clutch it can become worn down and won’t work efficiently. Your car will tell you when your clutch is on its way out and should be replaced. Ignoring these signs could result in costly damage down the line.

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