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Old 05-16-2013, 07:06 AM   #1
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94 GT Five speed choices

Hello all! I have a 94 GT that has a few bolt on mods. It has the T5. I believe the synchronizers went out in three and four. I have 1-2-5-R. Three and four have NO FORWARD motion. I assume the synchros are out and its not the notorious bent shift fork. I've never rebuilt a manual trans, and was trying to pick one of three options. One(cheapest)-rebuild it with the kit from Kegs. Two(easiest)-buy one from a junk yard. Three(expensive)-have mine rebuilt by a shop. I'm pretty good mechanically, but never delved into a manual. I want to stay as cheap as possible while getting my monies worth. What is everyone's opinion on this matter?
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T5 is a POS trans. Option 4) swap out for a better one.
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Well again, you see I'm on a budget for my Stang. I have three other vehicles that I'm modifying also. This GT will be my toy, and therefore I am wanting to just be able to drive it for now. If I rebuild it myself, then once it get two of them lowered and one lifted, I can start concentrating on the GT.
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I always liked the T-5 for its long first gear, its kinda like a manual with an automatic first gear ratio which in high horsepower applications help hook up on the street.
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Also, I know several ppl running 30W motor oil instead of transmission fluid and there T5's are living a loooong time under constant abuse..
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