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Re: World Class T-5, where?
the AA World Class T-5 was originally designed to handle the power of big V-8 in Mustangs, because they also have T-5's in them, albeit with a different tailhousing.
I replaced my T-4 with the AA World Class T-5 about 3 years ago when I did my rebuild. There are significant differences internally compared to the stock T-5, like improved oiling to the 3rd gear, and better syncros. I did alot of research, and for a measly 1500, with no driveshaft mods,its an affordable alternative tranny. Of course, you can get the World Class T-4 for 250 less. I opted for the 5 speed so I can run lower axle gears.
My engine is the stock 258 with a Weber 38, Borla cat-back and HEI ignition, and I am confidant that this tranny will last a long time. Bob