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Old 07-15-2016, 07:50 AM   #1
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Any one know what all you have to purchase for 4.10 upgrade on a 2015 Mustang GT from a 3.13 gear, other than ring , pinion, install kit... do I need to get a new traction lok or will the stock one in place suffice?
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Is it an auto?
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Yes it is an automatic 6 speed
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It'll be slower. The 3.15 is perfect for the auto. Put a good converter on it.
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Street or strip?.......and if you go too high and don't run the right tires for traction when you launch, you will have wasted the $$'s on the converter.
First gear and second gear in the A6 are extremely low, which is why folks are telling you that 4.11's are too deep. To test this, turn off your traction control, shift into gear and power brake with your current gears for just a second, and then release the brake while you floor it.........you will go up in smoke literally standing still. So, if you leave your TC on with a high converter and the rest of your current setup the same, all you are going to do is work your TC harder -- to almost no advantage.
I would not go any deeper than a 2,500 rpm stall converter.....and even then you are going to need a very good, sticky drag slick......and hardened half shafts too.
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The auto carriers with 3.15's are to small to do any gear change. You would need to purchase a whole new carrier and would also have to buy the Whipple flare tool to make the appropriate change in the BCM or the car won't run.

Also there are no 4.10 carriers available for the new 2016+ Mustangs.

Changing the gears from anything over the stock 3.15's would be pointless and money just thrown down the drain from a performance standpoint.
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Circle D. Don't go with anything less than a 3600 stall.
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