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Old 02-14-2014, 10:07 AM   #1
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T56 for 2000 GT

Ok so my t45 is taking crap on me wont shift into 1st or 3rd, so I got my hands on a t56 and want to swap it out.
Ik itll bolt up to the 4.6
But I need to know what will work with it and what wont work as far as...

Flywheel
Clutch
Driveshaft
And othe parts I will need

I searched other threads but didnt see to much of what I found

Ik ddperformance.com sell them as a kit but I want to is about the parts i asked about

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Old 02-14-2014, 12:41 PM   #2
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Depends on where it came out of. If its a Termi transmission you need:

-T56 and bell obviously
-Shortened driveshaft
-27 tooth T56 yoke
-Ford T-56 crossmember
-T56 shifter

That should be everything. If its the 10 spline input shaft variety you can just leave your clutch/flywheel as is. If its a 26 spline input you need a 26 spline clutch and should get a new flywheel at that point. Just be aware, if its out of a Terminator it has a 2.66 ratio 1st gear. This is not exactly a good thing for a NA 2V. You will need 4.10s minimum to have a usable first gear, I'd do 4.30s personally. Your T-45 has a 3.38 ratio 1st gear for comparison.

Now if this happens to be out of a GM application, sell it because you can't use it. Not without a ton of $$$ in modifications.
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Old 02-14-2014, 01:56 PM   #3
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Thanks for that info

I got 4.10s ready to be installed

So the 03-04 termi t56 compared to the tremec magnum t56 are they completely the same or slightly different?

Also the t56 from the mustang are they compatible to the ls2 engine?

Im just tryna get the info I need so ill know and for the near future when I swap my 4.6 2v
Been looking on different forms and just tryna make things clear

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The magnum is the updated T-56/6060 transmisison. But they are different to answer your question. No idea about a LS2.
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