Priest of the Car Gods
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: Rohnert Park, CA
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That's not true. Beyond the rear end, spring rates are different, the power steering rack is different, the routing of the fuel and brake lines is different, the crossmember is different, and most importantly, the front brakes on a GT are larger - to big to fit behind stock 4-banger rims. Maybe not all technically suspension, but important differences nonetheless.
There's also at least 4 different specs of T-5 that I can think of, of which the 2.3L Mustang and 5.0 Mustangs are on opposite ends of the scale. If you think you can just bolt up a 5.0 to a 2.3-spec T-5 and go, well, more power to you. Just have a spare ready for when it goes.