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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-31-2004, 02:26 PM Thread Starter
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This is a quick one.

I have a 2000 mustang 4R70W going in the car. Will my predrilled 94 separator plate fit the 2000 valve body or do i need to drill the new plate?

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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-31-2004, 03:52 PM
 
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I think you need a 96-97 one becuase i know the 94-95s are different
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"The man" informed me that the dowel pins were reduced in size statring in 1996. Your 94 plate wont line up 100% with the 00 VB.

Sold = 96 Thunderbird
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Thanks Aaron....I did it before I can do it again

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How close are you to getting that beast back up and running?

I'd imagine you're not in too much of a rush crusing around in that limo

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tim, can I ask if you got a greenleaf unit, and what kind of miles/price?

Its amazing what you can get from them, good stuff for very cheap.

Will you be using a speedcal or something like that?

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It is a greenleaf....should be here tomorrow

2000 GT 20,000
trans comes with the converter

$650 including shipping

Not planning on a speedcal according to KD the hole for my vss will be there with a plug in it and I just need to use a purple gear to compensate for the 8 spline shaft

Palmguy,

While the limo is kind of cool and very comfy I really miss the bird. If the trans gets here tomorrow I would like to at least get some of the uninstall done this weekend. The only other parts I am waiting on are the flexplate and radiator from Dan

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Let me know if you need any of the drill bits or if you need any help with any of the R&R of the trans.

Sold = 96 Thunderbird
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It is a greenleaf....should be here tomorrow

2000 GT 20,000
trans comes with the converter

$650 including shipping

Not planning on a speedcal according to KD the hole for my vss will be there with a plug in it and I just need to use a purple gear to compensate for the 8 spline shaft

Palmguy,

While the limo is kind of cool and very comfy I really miss the bird. If the trans gets here tomorrow I would like to at least get some of the uninstall done this weekend. The only other parts I am waiting on are the flexplate and radiator from Dan
Your dad should hop up the limo....its cool. 10 people to Moroso and 3 cars




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Tim,

Drill the '00 GT plate out slightly. I can tell you what specs and holes to open up if you want.

The '94 plate won't fit the '96 and up main control. You don't want that plate anyhow.

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That would be great if you don't mind A-train

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