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Speedcal for newer trans

is this the speedcal i need for the 01 4r70w swap into the tbird?

http://www.dallasmustang.com/page/pr...=&product=9910

not this extended range unit right?

http://www.dallasmustang.com/page/pr...product=9910ER

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I sure hope so because that is the unit I got for my swap but haven't installed it yet.
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is this the speedcal i need for the 01 4r70w swap into the tbird?

http://www.dallasmustang.com/page/pr...=&product=9910

not this extended range unit right?

http://www.dallasmustang.com/page/pr...product=9910ER

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Either one of those will work-the first one you linked is what I have.
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thanks. this is the confirmation i was looking for.

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Lonnie sent me the one with the circular connector, not the D-shape like the connector on our cars.....this shouldnt matter should it? i mean, it just splices in between the EEC and the VSS regardless of connector shape, right?

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Lonnie sent me the one with the circular connector, not the D-shape like the connector on our cars.....this shouldnt matter should it? i mean, it just splices in between the EEC and the VSS regardless of connector shape, right?

btw, just saw your new times in your sig JL....nice!
It doesn't look right until you have it all apart and read the instructions,then it makes sense.
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yea thats what i thought, but wasnt 100% sure....i cut those connectors off and spliced it in using the stock VSS connector .....works like a charm
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would the first unit casper posted work if i later or decided to go to a manual, like a t45 or 56

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would the first unit casper posted work if i later or decided to go to a manual, like a t45 or 56
Yes,it should work fine.
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perfect...thats only thing that i was worried about

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quick question for all the speedcal owners....

i got a mustang trans, and a 3.73 over the stock 3.27 rear end my car came with.....both factors to throw the speedo off!

what setting do i apply to it? no instructions really on the settings for that application

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quick question for all the speedcal owners....

i got a mustang trans, and a 3.73 over the stock 3.27 rear end my car came with.....both factors to throw the speedo off!

what setting do i apply to it? no instructions really on the settings for that application
It's very simple really....
Stock gear for the mustang is a 3.27 with a purple 21 tooth speedo gear.
So,use the speedcal program in dallas mustang's website and use the mustang stock tiresize of 245/45/17,21 tooth speedo gear,and a 3.27,then put in your gear,tiresize,and use the same 21 tooth purple speedo gear. That'll give you the configuration you need for the dip switches.
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btw the standard 9910 wont work with a 04 4r75w in our cars. you need to use the extended range unit.

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