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Hello . I just got on this site hopeing to get some help .An maby be able to help others out as well ... This is what i got >>> 98 mustang V6 im going to be taking out an going back with 4.6 . WILL the trany behind the V6 work behind the V8 ???? If anyone knows would be a big help

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-31-2011
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It should. Its a T-5 the same that my 5.0L has. Might have to retrofit for the t-45 that the 4.6L use, not entirley sure about that part.


Just trying to get the 02 steady again...
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It should. Its a T-5 the same that my 5.0L has. Might have to retrofit for the t-45 that the 4.6L use, not entirley sure about that part.
A T5 will not fit behind a 4.6......

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Read the sticky.
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I guess i need to read up on this forum still. I dont know what a sticky is.

Just trying to get the 02 steady again...
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a sticky is the block of threads at the top that do not disappear from the list no matter how old they get, normally threads appear in the order of the most recently replied to.. important threads get stickied, so we made a thread about engine swaps since they repeatedly get asked and it gets annoying to answer, so we just refer them to that thread.. most of the time the original poster never even replies to the thread they originally made... so its just a waste of time to answer with anything more than "look at this thread "

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Windstar Upper Intake with cool-air intake, MAC LT headers, BBK O/R H-pipe, and flow 40s, SCT tuner, FRPP Alum. D/S, 3.73 gears, Auburn HP limited slip, and Team Z LCAs, Eibach sway bars.
Best 1/4 time: 15.036 @90.92mph, 2.148 60'
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Thanks. I am not savvy with the internet or forums.

Just trying to get the 02 steady again...
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Thanks. I am not savvy with the internet or forums.
not everyone is..

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Windstar Upper Intake with cool-air intake, MAC LT headers, BBK O/R H-pipe, and flow 40s, SCT tuner, FRPP Alum. D/S, 3.73 gears, Auburn HP limited slip, and Team Z LCAs, Eibach sway bars.
Best 1/4 time: 15.036 @90.92mph, 2.148 60'
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