I've got a 00 F150 that's my daily driver with a 4R70W. I assume that I can J-Mod it, but I want to double check before it's attempted. I'm planning to do a light J-Mod on it since I'm planning to tow with it next year.
Any help is appreciated.
1994 Thunderbird SC 3.8L Supercharged
1999 Crown Victoria P71 4.6
2000 Explorer 5.0
I've been curious about a similar question for E-150 and E-250 Cargo vans. My dad sells them and if a customer wanted one to shift a little better I might be able to make some extra cash. I'm just curious to know if the drill specs would be any different for a newer 4R70W, and if they are different for a 4.6 and a 5.4.
lol Basically, what can ya all tell us about j-modding trucks?
1997 Thunderbird Sport
destined to remain stock
1997 T-Bird GT 4.6
80 MM Mustang GT MAF - P&P'd Mustang GT TB and Intake Plenum - PI Intake manifold - PI Heads
Mark VIII Torque Converter - J-Modded 4R70W transmission - Mark VIII Aluminum Driveshaft - 3.73 gears
PBR Brake Calipers - Eibach Springs - KYB Shocks
'89 SuperCoupe front and rear sway bars
SCT Chip programmed by Lonnie Doll
255/50/16 Falken Ziex ZE-512's
True Dual exhaust with Magnaflow DI/DO muffler
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The truck valve bodies have a different separator plate and internal spring setup. If you don't believe me, just try and drill the holes. Oops. that one is missing... So is that one...
Want to make it worse? Try adding the holes that are missing.
Trust me, they arent the same.
This argument has gone on many times before. Do a search and see.
01 F150 5.4L 4x4 and a 98 Mustang GT vert sitting engineless and without transmission or converter