The Mustang had a "World Class" option for the T5 5 sp. This option has better
syncro's in it and a few other parts that can handle a little more abuse. To
make the T5 Chevy style a "world class" type, just swap out the Ford guts into
the Chevy T5 and it will be a more reliable tranny. I forgot, but I think you
still have to use the Chevy input shaft. The gears are gears and you can mix
different gears ratio's for a custom ratio trans as you wish from other T5's. I
hope this helps.
"Jason E. Markel" wrote:
> Thanks for the response to my gearing question. Is there something about
> the T5 from the Ford that makes it better than the T5's used in the Chevy?
> I know the S10 pickups and some Camaros used T5's, but I don't know whether
> the dimensions of the gearbox are the same or if the input and output
> splines have the same dimensions and spline counts.
> You mention the Ford T5 is "almost" a perfect bolt in. What additional
> mods did you need to make? By the way, did you add a new bell housing or
> just bolt right up?
> Date: Mon, 03 Apr 2000 10:12:43 -0600
> From: ADvent@thuntek.net
> Subject: Re: [oletrucks] Transmission and Rear End Gearing questions
> The T5 Borg Warner Ford built 5 sp OD is almost a perfect bolt in. I have
> done this and is as easy as installing to stock trans.
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