Mustang Drivetrain

How To’s and Tech for for your Mustang transmission and drive train – Diagnose, repair, installation and discussion.

Project Smog Legal Killer joins the six-speed society with a Tremec Magnum swap. Check out how we went out with the old and in with the new! [...]
Tue, May 13, 2014, Continue reading at the source
Follow along as we show you how to beef up your 8.8-inch rearend and make it track ready. If you've been following the build of our '98 Cobra, you have an idea of what we've been trying to accomplish. [...]
Sun, Apr 13, 2014, Continue reading at the source
The old shifter didn't fit with the interior theme of this 1965 Ford Mustang, so we're installing a nostalgia-style Lokar shifter to the AOD four-speed automatic! [...]
Mon, Apr 07, 2014, Continue reading at the source
When putting down big power while maintaining street manners, the obvious choice is a Tremec tranny. Follow along as we install a drivetrain into our Project Hypersilver car! [...]
Sun, Mar 30, 2014, Continue reading at the source
Modern Driveline takes the mystery and confusion out of choosing and installing a new clutch [...]
Wed, Feb 12, 2014, Continue reading at the source
A rear disc brake conversion for less than $450 using all new parts. What's not to like? If you have a classic Ford with drum brakes and drive it once a month to the local cruise night, you might want to check this out. [...]
Wed, Feb 05, 2014, Continue reading at the source
Ram's Twin-Disc gets a street-friendly grip on boost-built torque! This month we're detailing the installation of Ram Clutches' Ram Force Series 10.5-inch, dual-disc street clutch (PN 80-2260) and hydraulic release bearing (PN 78175). [...]
Tue, Feb 04, 2014, Continue reading at the source
Proper assembly techniques for AN-style hoses will prevent disaster [...]
Mon, Jan 27, 2014, Continue reading at the source
Our six-cylinder Mustang build ditches the C4 automatic in favor of a five-speed manual [...]
Sat, Jan 18, 2014, Continue reading at the source
We can say with affirmation that the US Auto Performance EPAS system is something seriously worth considering if your vintage Mustang is sans power steering and you want or need the assist function to better enjoy your Mustang on today's roads. [...]
Thu, Jan 16, 2014, Continue reading at the source

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