So we have a sticky for pics of lowered cars, but no sticky for the MT-82 to 6R80 swap......really? Like many of you, I have scoured the web for coherent information about the swap, but many "how to" articles are vague and information on the swap is "here and there". So I have a couple of questions where I have a rough idea of what I need, but want to verify before I go with what I think is correct and find out too late it is wrong. Car is the '13 base GT in my sig. 1) If I use a F150 6R80, are there any years that will NOT work? EDIT*** >> YES! Cannot use pre-'11 (research actually indicates pre-'10....need to verify) F150 6R80 transmissions as they have trans controller built into them and will not work with the Copperhead ECU......Also, in 2015, the truck V6 units started getting a start/stop pump added to the outer housing, so I would avoid those until it can be verified that they will fit or a block off plate can be easily fabricated. In April of 2014, the truck units started using a different main pump which is only compatible with the associated torque converter hub. Not sure if this applies to the 2015+ Mustang units. If it does apply, you would simply need to make sure the torque converter is for the correct year of the transmission. The F150 also has extra friction plates than the GT 6R80. (note: I'm working to verify the main pump changes for 15+ transmissions) 2) If I use a F150 6R80 and don't want to bother with changing the case, who sells a shifter linkage bracket or does someone have pics of a bracket so I can fabricate one?