- Unique bellhousing required for Tremec 5-speed transmission used in the 1995 Mustang Cobra R models with 351W
- Will also fit 289/302/351C engines
- Requires a diaphragm-type clutch w/10-spline input shaft; M-7560-A302N will work
- Can be used with starter index plate M-7007-B
- Can be used with clutch linkage upgrade kit M-7553-A302
If you want to rebuild or upgrade your Ford's transmission, and you need a new bellhousing, look no further. These bellhousings from Ford Racing are built to Ford's specifications, ensuring you of a high-quality product that's right for the job.
Ford Racing offers bellhousings to fit factory applications and transmission swaps. You if you are doing a complete restoration or conversion you can also pick up the Ford Racing Index plates to if you can't find the factory piece or if it is in bad shape. Made from cast aluminum these bellhousings are not SFI approved, but they are perfect if you are looking for an OEM bellhousing.
Does Ford Performance M-6392-R58 fit your vehicle?
1995 FORD MUSTANG
- Liter: 5.8
- SubModel: SVT COBRA R
- Aspiration: NATURALLY ASPIRATED
- Fitment Notes: Unique Clutch Housing; Required For Tremec 5-Speed Trans Used In Cobra R; w/351W
- CUI: 351
- Engine Type: V8 ( 5.8L / 351 )
- Engine Vin: C
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