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Old 03-31-2007, 07:48 PM   #1
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95 5.0 in a 66

i just bought a 66 mustang i have a 289 with it i also have a 95 5.0. the trans bolt pattern is diffrent trans bolt pattern if i put in a late model trans in it automatic aod will i have to run any computer control stuff.. also if anyone can recommend any other options let me know. i will also be running a carb not efi.
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Re: 95 5.0 in a 66

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Re: 95 5.0 in a 66

man, go EFI! haha, sorry gotta plug, it rules. I don't know much about the AOD, but I think it is computer controlled. You will also have to get a new crossmember and slip yoke. The non-efi distributors have a different gear and you will need to change out the gear on the cam to match that gear. Let me know if you have any more questions.
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Re: 95 5.0 in a 66

The AOD-E which started in 94 is computer controlled. Just go yank one out of 87-93 Fox. Those have the AOD which are not controlled by the computer and have the same bolt pattern as the AOD-E.
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Re: 95 5.0 in a 66

thanks for the help
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Re: 95 5.0 in a 66

PS, you should still go EFI...............
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Re: 95 5.0 in a 66

i have a frien that has a 351 trans out of a 1990 truck i have not seen it will that bolt to my 95 302 or is it the wrong bolt pattern thanks for all the help
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Re: 95 5.0 in a 66

90 tranny on a 95 block will work fine.
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