Throw Out Bearing has nothing to do w/ the tranny itself. That's in the clutch assemblymy 3650 has 88K on it and im pretty sure the previouse owner beat the living sh!t out of it as well as I have and the only thing that I can notice is my shifter in 3rd shakes when I press the gas and kinda a low rpm, like 1700-2100 is when its the worst! My friend who has a t45 has 95K on his and he beats it up pretty bad just threw out his throw out bearing and thats the only issue he has had. I think it comes down to prefrence??
Yeah, that's me ^^^. I really do beat the **** out out of my tranny, and haven't had much of a problem with it. Then again, I'm not pushing any ridiculous power, so I will stand by my T45 working flawlessly with the power levels I'm at right now.My friend who has a t45 has 95K on his and he beats it up pretty bad just threw out his throw out bearing and thats the only issue he has had. I think it comes down to prefrence??
I have seen T5's take alot of beating! lol I have seen em go through 2 and 3 gear 6500 rpm sidestep launches on a regular basis lol my top choice is without a doubt the t56....other than a mustang II the second biggest piece of **** to ever be in a ford
Yeah, i have one. the problem is that the 3650 is not good for what i am looking for. I am about to throw a tko 600 in it and get rid of this junkerIf you have a 3650 and you think its junk, just get a mgw SS. I dont have any problems with my 3650. The first thing i did was get a SS and it felt like i went from driving truck to a little celica.
Hey all, Just picked up a 99 cobra with t45 and having same prob as realrider88. only difference is reverse kinda grinds unless I put it in 3d then go reverse. any ideas? prob a clutch fork? sorry im new to the mod motor and the cobra. Also been a 5.0 guyit doesnt grind, when it goes in it makes a thud, on 1-2 only.
Shift forks most likely, common issue, transmission has been used hard throughout it's life. Put the FRPP ones in, works fine.Yea first and second are wierd in my t-45 that why i was asking.