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    Jul 2005
    Clarksville, TN

    4R70W built. SOLD

    SOLD I have 4R70W and custom built 3000 stall torque converter from a 2003 Mustang GT. Professionally built with all alto red clutches, new steels and accumulators. disc and hardened input shaft and recently gone through completely last year. Works great and shifts nice and firm depending on your tune settings, trans is Electronically controlled of course. Also has the direct oil line running to the output shaft bushing for better lubrication. See picS

    For Thunderbird owners it comes with the re-pinned transmission harness so it will plug and play into your 94-95 Thunderbird.

    Transmission came out of the Thunderbird SC pictured. Car put down 505 RWHP on the Dyno, so trans can handle some power.

    $900 if you have any questions let me know.

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    Last edited by Quik95SC; 03-13-2020 at 11:36 AM.
    Venetian Blue 1995 5 Spd...............No ET
    Orange Crush Pearl 1995 Auto SC........TBD
    506.30 rwhp, 545.37tq

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    St. Louis, MO
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    1994 white sc (former Daily Driver)
    17 year sc owner
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