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Posted: Wed May 07, 2008 8:04 pm 
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i have sorced a t5 box and im considering the conversion. i have also scored a clutch pedal from an eb xr6. this is all i have to start the conversion. what else do i need and what needs to be done

the car is a s pack standard with the windsor

also the 4 speed auto is pretty much rooted what can be done to fix it for the time being. i brought good quality tranny fluid but havent put it in yet cot the bolt for the fill hole has been striped and havent gotten around to fixing it yet. where abouts is the kick down switch and can it be adjusted like 6cyls
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Posted: Thu May 08, 2008 11:20 am 
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exactly what model car do you have?? 6 or an 8?

you will need..

ecu.. or coulde "trick the auto ecu"..
clutch..
bell housing..
manual pedal set..
clutch cable..
bell housing if it wasnt included..

 

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Posted: Thu May 08, 2008 6:12 pm 
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its an xh2 97 model with the v8

what bell housing is need as im pretty sure this one isnt coming with one

is the tail shaft stil good to use and what is included in the pedal set as i already have a cluth pedal
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