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Discussion in 'Driveline' started by stangfreak, Feb 26, 2017.
That’s rough, sorry to hear. Good luck on he ongoing work
I had a shop do the work so idk if they did or not. Thanks for the part #'s I'll replace them when I pull the trans.
6R80 swaps are popping up left and right now. We need to get to work on getting a DCT from the new GT500 in a cobra
How much auto swap usually ran ? Just typical one .
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That ain’t bad at all . I might consider doing this . And sell the t56
Why not? Haha. That’d be badass. Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love my 6R80 but damn a DCT would be wild
Any know what good shop that doing these swap ?
If a shop is doing all the work. Your probably looking at double what Soap quoted. 95% of the time that shop is outsourcing the work.
Your better off doing all the leg work yourself. And having a shop just do the install.
Get a used 6r80, 300-500$. Then get power by the hour 1000hp kit-1000$ billet intermediate shaft and raybestos GPZ clutches/friction plates.
A good dedicated trans shop should only charge 500$ or so, call around.
So now you have 2k into the 6r80. and it should be good till around 1200rwhp.
So which driveshaft is needed for the 2003-04 cobra terminator IRS? I CANNOT FIND A SOLID ANSWER ON THIS?
I used a one piece driveshaft from the 10-15 model and had it shortened and swapped rear yokes. That’s the expensive route though.
Try not to hi jack this thread . What most peoples swap in their cobra when it come to auto swap .
Go to a local, reputable DS shop and have one made. They'll need what yokes you want, what material you want, and they'll give you some measurements they'll need. I had one built for my lightning when i broke the stock shaft. It was about the same cost as a new oem one, without the wait.
thanks for replying yea, I have all my parts so far just missing the driveshaft, any of you using the lokar shifter?
Thanks man, I will def give that a try.
I tried but the way the shifter cable connects in the rear of the shifter it will take some fab, more than I wanted to do. I went with the stock shifter removed the top plastic piece that shows what gear you are in and than used the leather boot to hide it.
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