These Super-Duty T-5 transmissions from Ford Racing are world class.
World Class T5
Ford Racing offers their "Z Series" Heavy Duty World Class T5 5-speed transmission with all the refinements and upgrades that had been developed to improve performance and longevity over the years. Rated for 300 ft./lbs of torque World Class T-5 transmission is the perfect solution for Mustangs or other mildly upgraded vehicles as the T-5 Z Series is a direct replacement part for 1985-93 Mustangs and can also fit other Ford models.
Will this bolt up to the Jegs 302 crate engine BP3023CTCK1 and drop into an ‘84 Ford Ranger without modifications? Will the shifter clear the bench seat?
will this work with 302ci engine ? if yes what kind of bellhousing should i use ?
Will this transmission bolt to a 1970 351C?
Will T-5 trans work with 66 FE 428 engine and if so what bellhousing is needed?
is their a kit so i can bolt this up to a 1965 mustang 4 speed?
I think this is what I need, compatible with 4x4?
How long is the input shaft?
Will this bolt up to the Jegs 302 crate engine BP3023CTCK1 and drop into a ‘68 Ford Fairlane without modifications? Will the shifter clear the bench seat?
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