Replace your slipping, malfunctioning, or blown 1994-04 Mustang automatic transmission at 5.0 Resto. Get your SN-95 or New Edge Mustang running again with a new performance street/strip automatic transmission. These AOD, AOD-E, and 4R70W transmissions are the perfect bolt on upgrade for any modded Mustang and can handle more horsepower & torque than stock transmissions. Featuring racing clutches and kevlar bands, these high performance transmissions provide firm, positive shifts to give your Mustang the edge over the competition. Need a new flexplate? Latemodel Restoration offers a wide variety of 28oz and 50oz SFI approved flexplates to replace warped or damaged original plates. Keep your new transmission safe with a transmission cooler kit or repair a malfunctioning transmission with a perfromance rebuild kit! Finish off your installation with an new deep sump aluminum pan, service kit, gasket, speed sensor, transmission cooler kit, dipstick & tube, or flexplate bolt kit.
1994-2004 Mustang Automatic Transmission Tech Info
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