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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-20-2005, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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I am thinking about swapping out my aode with a newer 4r70w. Can you get these out of 96+ 6 cylinders or out of the 99+ 6 cylinders mustangs? Also what has to be done to get it to work and work right, is a chip needed? How much power will all of this take? Will this be able to handle 500rwhp? I know with an aode things need to be replaced that are weak, but they are okay on 4r70ws right?

edit: did some reading again. I will still need to add clutches to this right? I always thought that the 4r70w was stonger than the aode.

This link shows how to do it from a t5 to 4r70w. I will do more reading but I did not see where he said what to do to make it stronger.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-21-2005, 06:29 PM
 
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I would recommend a '99+ Mustang transmission. The only difference between the V8 and V6 transmissions (as far as I know) is that the V6 has forward clutches where the V8 has 6. If you install an extra clutch it'll be the same strength as the stock V8 tranny, though for 500RWHP, I'd do more than just adding an extra clutch. Take a look at the tech articles here for info on building a bulletproof 4R70W, or PM Darrin on the boards, he's our resident 4R70W tech expert.
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I am thinking about swapping out my aode with a newer 4r70w. Can you get these out of 96+ 6 cylinders or out of the 99+ 6 cylinders mustangs? Also what has to be done to get it to work and work right, is a chip needed? How much power will all of this take? Will this be able to handle 500rwhp? I know with an aode things need to be replaced that are weak, but they are okay on 4r70ws right?

edit: did some reading again. I will still need to add clutches to this right? I always thought that the 4r70w was stonger than the aode.

This link shows how to do it from a t5 to 4r70w. I will do more reading but I did not see where he said what to do to make it stronger.

you cant use the 99+ GT transmission, since you dont have a 4.6L. Your best bet would be the Explorer 4R70W and follow the specs Jerry has listed.




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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-22-2005, 09:04 AM
 
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I happen to have a '99 2wd Exploder tranny with 60k miles. Came with my $550 complete motor. When I find a home for it would it really take a jmod? I recall something about trucks being calibrated differently.
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