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help......have a 1994 mustang gt and would like to replace the shifter. After removing the boot I notice it has 6 bolts not 4. I just recently purchased so I don't know if the trans been replaced. I have pic's, not sure how to attach them.
Asked by Scott c. from jackson | Comment 0 0
Well my friend, count yourself among the lucky for finding a car that has had a transmission upgrade. What you are looking at there is a tremendous 3550. They were reserved for the 95 Cobra R. Good upgrade over the T5 as it is rated to 375 lb-ft and 350hp.
Also, you have no need to upgrade the shifter as it already had a Pro 5.0 shifter installed.
Answered by Drew S. from Arlington | Comment 1 0
In the answer to the first question a guy says, "Fits your factory knob and most aftermarket shift knobs except the Hurst handle". Is it true that you cannot use the hurst handle and knob in place of the SVE handle?
Asked by Lee F. from Beavercreek Township | Comment 0 0
That does need a bit of clarification. The hurst handle/ball will fit just fine. The hurst knobs listed specific to their shifters will not fit the handle this shifter comes with.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
It comes with everything you need minus some RTV sealant. The only thing that some people might require is the plastic cup that fits on the end of the shifter ball. I have a 27 year old Mustang and it didn't need it, so you should be good.
Just lay a THIN Bead of RTV around the shifter-to-transmission opening, let it dry for a about 5 minutes then smoosh the shifter down on top of the RTV. Be sure not to over tighten those bolts. It doesn't need to be superman torqued down. Just tight enough to keep it from going anywhere.
Answered by Drew S. from Arlington | 1 Comments 1 0
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