Should I be weary of buying the 2011/2012 mustang due to tranny issues? - Page 4 - Ford Mustang Forum
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No worries. Best anyone can figure, he doesn't even own one. For whatever reason, Swoope just trolls in and out of this forum claiming manual owners don't know how to drive, tracked it, power shift, etc... As I stated once before, his sign-off he uses every time is the hint as to what he does immediately before posting in his Mom's basement.

On topic and being helpful. I posted in the Getrag thread that Adam from Joe Heck Racing started that I recently purchased a manual transmission Mustang (new and no miles). I knew the car might be susceptible to these problems, but figured I would either be one of the lucky ones or just tackle the problem myself. I did have the shifting issues, and they started very quickly. After installing the JHR shifter bracket and Redline MTL fluid, the car is back to 100% and I couldn't be happier (currently have 790 miles).

Buy one. Install the JHR shift bracket and change the fluid to Redline MTL. Drive it. Enjoy it.

I am planning on installing the JHR High Flow clutch line soon as added prevention, but, honestly, at this point, I cannot possibly see how this car could shift any better. Easily on par with any BMW or Honda I've owned.
i dont feel that way at all. i feel that it is an alignment issue. and it is not the same issue on the cars that have issues...

i also feel that it is blown way out of proportion..


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