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Old 06-01-2012, 02:19 PM   #1
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3 Speed to a 4 Speed??

Alright guys, I recently bought a 67 Mustang Coup and restored it. It's ready to drive and sounds perfect, with ONE thing wrong that is more of a personal problem to me than a serious mechanical issue: it only has 3 gears, 1 reverse, 2 forward. I want this car to be able to do more than 55 MPH on the highway without the RPM's redlining so my question is:
Is it possible to add a 4th gear to the car? I spoke to a man who said it was possible but I would have to change the entire back end out. If not, are there any ideas to help increase the cars top speed? Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks
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You don't say which engine you have, but late model T5 conversions are available. Check the web. Most of the Mustang parts sites will have them.
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Re: 3 Speed to a 4 Speed??

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You don't say which engine you have, but late model T5 conversions are available. Check the web. Most of the Mustang parts sites will have them.
My engine is a 289 V8, stock. Thank you for the reply, I will definitely check that out and do some research.
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