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Description: Tremec 5 Speed Heavy Duty Transmission

This is the same Tremec HD 5-speed manual transmission used in the 1995 Mustang Cobra R models with 351 5.8L engines. It features improved sychronizers and 350 ft/lbs torque capacity. Gear ratios starting with first are: 3.27, 1.98, 1.34, 1.00, .68. It requires a unique clutch housing M-6392-R58. To fit in 1979-93 use M-5059-A cross member.

To fit in 1994-95 use part no. M-6392-R58 Clutch housing. Modify vehicle cross member. Lengthen drive shaft 5/8 and use clutch fork E6ZZ-7515-A. Direct replacment part.

Part Number: M-7003-R58

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Keywords: Ford Racing Cobra R Tremec 5-Speed Transmission

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installation was a pain,had to cut crossmember to clear,strong trans,but shifts like crap.rough,notchy,noisey.would only recommend if you keep blowing world class t-5s

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Proscant break,strong
Consrough,noisey
Would you recommend?no
 

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This is the same trans from D&D Performance, a Tremec 3550.

I bolted one of these into my 94 Cobra. The shifter is located approx 1/2" forward from stock. Other than that it is a bolt in. You need to purchase the proper bell housing and fork. From D&D Performance, these come together for $169.00. The 3550 was $1195.00 and for the driveshaft needing to be lenghthen, D&D can provide you with a hub-centric spacer w/bolts for $69.00.

Performance is great! While doing a little spirited driving the Tremec 3550 (Cobra R) found every gear without any trouble. It is a tad noisy, but with some GM Sycromesh it's not bad!

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Prosdirect fit for a 94-newr
ConsA tad noisy, not bad
Would you recommend?yes
 
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