5.0L (1979-1995) MustangTechnical discussions on 5.0 Liter Mustangs within. This does not include the 5.0 from the 2011 Mustang GT. That information is in the 2005-1011 section.
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hey guys and girls, im new to the site and i need a little help
im converting a 94 GT transmission from an automatic to a manual transmission
i need help because i have never messed with a tranny and i dont wanna mess up my baby.
i want to do it my self (i have done everything else myself on the car)
Im more than willing to accept help from anyone and everyone, your help is much appreciated!
i will log all of my progress on this site and have a complete start to finnish portfolio of the project for anyone else's future reference
i will begin as soon as i believe i have sufficient knowelege of this project
Your help is much appreciated!!
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A tip the T5 is weak, if a new manual is your plan don't go with T5. If you want a solid cheap transmission T56 out of a LT1/LS1. If not that just order a nice manual that can handle a beating and power. You can build something like a g force rebuild kit, and if you're doing a T5 I would suggest that before you put it into a mustang.
That's my opinion, if you're remaining stock I guess nothing wrong with a T5. I just think they're weak transmissions in factory form.
I'm right in the middle of a T5 swap now, just pulled aod out last night. That's one heavy tranny, take your time lowering it. Do a search for T5 swap, alot of info, but the best was the step by step instructions from West Coast web sight, find that, its step one. Good luck.
the SN95 is 5/8' difference in length. When I did my 95 vert, I had to have the Drive shaft changed. I think the shaft needs to be shortened. Been 12 years since I did it, but it was not too technical if you have all the right parts. I got my parts from ebay before it went expensive for mustang parts.
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