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Ford Performance TREMEC T56 6-Speed Transmission - 2.97 1st Gear

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  • MPN# M-7003-M6295

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    Features & Details

    • Magnum T56
    • Gear Ratios: 1st 2.97; 2nd 2.10; 3rd 1.46; 4th 1.00; 5th 0.74; 6th 0.50
    • Torque Capacity - 700 lbs/Ft
    • Input Shaft - 26 Spline
    • Output Shaft - 31 Spline
    • Genuine Ford Racing Part
    • Fits 1999-2004 Mustangs
    Tremec Magnum. Is your high performance Mustang making more power than your stock manual transmission can handle? Then you need to upgrade to the Ford Racing Tremec Magnum T56 6-Speed Manual Transmission. This Tremec T56 is the perfect replacement for your old TR-3650 and has a torque capacity of 700 lbs./ft. making it ideal for high-performance applications such as a 5.0L Coyote engine swap.

    Built Ford Tough. The Ford Racing Tremec Magnum T56 Transmission is equipped with a 26 spline input shaft and a 31 spline output shaft and features provisions for mechanical and electronic speedometers. This Tremec Magnum T56 Transmission is capable of handling up to 700 lb-ft of torque.

    Gear Ratios. 1st 2.97; 2nd 2.10; 3rd 1.46; 4th 1.00; 5th 0.74; 6th 0.50

    Application. The Ford Racing Tremec Magnum T56 6-Speed Manual Transmission is designed for use in the 1999 to 2004 Mustangs equipped with a small block Ford 4.6L SOHC/DOHC or 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 engine.

    Installation Notes. This Tremec T56 transmission may require a shorter driveshaft, a modified crossmember/trans mount and other minor modifications for proper installation.For SBF 302/351 Windsor engines use Quicktime bellhousing (part# 8031), for 4.6L/5.0L/5.4L modular engines use Quicktime bellhousing (part# 8080).

    NOTE: Ships Continental 48 States ONLY. No Canada, APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, Guam or Us Virgin Islands.

    If shipping to a business, please include the business name. Also, after your order is placed, be prepared to let us know if you will need a Lift-Gate service. You will be contacted via email before your order ships.

    Fitment: 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Details

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    I have a 2016 v6 mustang would this type of transmission fit my Mustang

    • Significant additional components and modification would be required to use the Ford Performance TREMEC T56 6-Speed Transmission in a 2016 V6

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    Hello I have a 98 mustang GT body with a 04 mustang GT engine in it would this work? Or would I need something else??

    • The Ford Performance TREMEC T56 6-Speed Transmission will mount to your 04 GT, but may need a bit of modification to fit in 98 GT Body.

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    I have a 2002 v6 Mustang and I was wondering if this transmission will work with it. I want a 6 speed transmission

    • The Ford Performance TREMEC T56 6-Speed Transmission would require significant modifications to be used with the V6 setup. At this time, we do not carry any of the components required to swap this into a V6, or have a comprehensive list of what will be required.

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    Hey I have a 1986 Mustang with a 1992 5.0. Would this transmission fit?

    • The Ford Performance TREMEC T56 6-Speed Transmission would be able to be used, but would require several components such as a custom length driveshaft, cross member, bell housing, and new clutch in order to be used.

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    I have a '04 Mach 1 and would like to know what else I would need to install the T56 besides transmission mount and shorter drive shaft?

    • Exhaust clearance if you have LT's, possibly. Get a new pilot bearing, always when changing a clutch, etc.. As you may or may not know these T56's come with 2 different available gear patterns and also a newer 2012 released version T56 Magnum XL rated for 700 ft. lbs. One with a Lower total gear ratio for First (2:97), Second (2:10), and Third (1:46). The Fourth gear being 1:1 ratio on both selections, then your Overdrive gears Fifth and Sixth also differ from pattern selection. This is a VERY important decision that if not chosen correctly could leave you with a nonreturnable transmission that doesn't perform to your car's capability/needs or your expected outcome. HP/TQ, Weight, Use, Rear gear, Tire size plus other variables should be looked at when making your selection, have a AM tech help advise you on this or even Tremec, but you will get the best service and price through AM. Both come with a Steel SFI rated Bellhousing, Heat/Dust Shield Plate, Cross member, Trans. Mount, Isolated Shifter mount, Shifter and Tremec inscribed ball and utilizes the stock hydraulic clutch system. Oil not included. Buy a new pilot bearing and select a Clutch,Pressure plate and matching Flywheel based on your estimated Torque/HP and use, under the clutch section on the website. I personally have a few "Ponies in the Barn" and one is a 11" GT fully built Coyote from the block up. She has a 76mm Turbo, Return style fuel system (E85), built rear/suspension. And YES I went with a T56 Magnum XL (not just the older T56) with the higher gear ratios because I knew HP/TQ wasn't gonna be an issue in a near stock weight 11' GT. A Quicktime steel SFI bellhousing, McLeod steel flywheel and RXT twin disc clutch was used because of my planned use. On my S197 platform a wiring harness was needed to make a semi-easy install for the electronics to work, like reverse lights, speedometer, etc.. which you may need also. A forum or Mustang fan group page on FB is usually a way to get "Been there done that advice". I went with a custom driveshaft from Justin's Performance Center (JPC). Needless to say I absolutely love having a monster sleeper super car that can handle daily driving or road trips. I hope this can give you/anyone the answers and knowledge they needed to go ahead and make good decisions when upgrading your Mustang or Ford vehicles.

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    I plan on running 1000 HP in my 2v but was wondering, is this the only transmission y'all have with the highest TQ Capacity, or is there another one I can get that will have 1000 TQ Capacity on y'alls website that will fit in my 01 GT? 1 answer
    i have a 02 mustang gt what all would i need part wise other then the transmission to install it 1 answer
    I have an 2003 mustang GT and I've been doing some research on swapping a 302 from a 1973 fastback into the car and I was wondering if this transmission with a few modifications would be able to work. If so what modifications would I exactly need to do this? 1 answer
    I have a 99 gt automatic transmission can you help me out with a list of what I will need to do the swap for the t56 thanks 1 answer
    I have a 01 cobra w/ this transmission already installed by a previous owner, and have worn out my clutch. im planning on upgrading, are there any restrictions on what kind of clutch is compatible with this transmission? 1 answer
    I have a 2004 Lincoln Aviator AWD which utilizes the same 4.6 modular engine as the mustang mach 1. Will this transmission work in my vehicle without extensive modification? 1 answer
    i have an 04 mach 1 mustang but its an automatic would i be able to switch the transmissions???? 1 answer
    dose the throw out bearing engage by cable of is it hydraulic and does it come with a shifter ? 1 answer
    I have '97 Cobra with Kooks headers. Do I need a different bell housing and more important, will I have a clearance problem if I try to install a T-56? I understand about the cross member and the shorter drive shaft but I'm not willing to give up the headers for the T-56. Do I need to be concerned about header clearance due to the possible requirement of a new bell housing? 1 answer
    Probably a stupid question but would this transmission work in a 1996 F150? It's a 5.0, and when I build the engine I will need a much stronger transmission than the M50D-R2 to handle the hp and torque. What mods would be needed to make it work? 1 answer

    Customer Reviews (1) Write a Review

    Overall Rating 5

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    Installation Time:Weekend

    • Performance Gain 5 5
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    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Weekend

      April 17, 2016

      Amazing transmission

      Excellent shift quality, and the 2.97 1st throws you in the seat hard, especially behind a 408w. Recommend this over any transmission out there

      Nick

      Year: 2000 Submodel: Other

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