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Old 04-03-2004, 10:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I bought a Tremec on ebay and want to verify it is what he said it was. It is immaculate and freshly rebuilt looking. I got it for $200 plus $70 to ship. Not bad.

Codes on the tag read as follows:

F4ZR-7003 AC-REP-BB
1352-238 316523 D1382

I tried a search here and the web with no luck. Any help is appreciated.
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Old 04-03-2004, 10:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I dont think that is a tremec, i think its a t-5 from a 3.8 V6. The t-5 has a 1352- _ _ _ code, the 1352-238 shows a 3.8 from 94-97 mustang. Here is the link
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Old 04-04-2004, 07:56 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Yup, its a T-5, 95-97 3.8L V6, 3.35 first gear, .68 OD.. 265 Ft lb torque capacity. Since the T-5's are now made by Tremec and not borg warner many people think that they have something special or try to pass them off as something special.. Buyer beware.
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Great he said it was just overhauled and converted to a 5.0 shaft and that he had the 3.8 shaft if I needed it. It is a little lighter than I would like on torque and the gears are a little off, but I think it will handle my rebuilt 250 HP 302 in street use only mode. Any opinions on that? I may be able to find a junk yard one and OH myself, but would rather install this one and get as much use out of it. I like the OD and could live with the other gears. ::
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Make sure you get the correct bellhousing for it. The 94-up T5s have a longer input shaft and require a specific bellhousing.
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