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The 2005 Ford Mustang GT has an automatic transmission and a five-speed manual gearbox. The Ford Mustang GT comes standard with a rear spoiler and 17-inch wheels. It is also equipped with a TREMEC five-speed manual transmission, but you can get an automatic one as well. Here are some things to consider when purchasing an automatic transmission. These features will help you choose the best transmission for your vehicle.
First of all, it is important to determine which transmission your car has. If the first digit is 6, it will come with a T-45 OD Mustang Transmission. If the number is 5, it will have a T-3650 automatic transmission. A four-speed automatic Ford transmission is standard on the V8 Mustang and V8 models. The two-piece drive shaft is standard, and the T-3650 is available on the Mustang GT. The Ford GT manual has an AOD five-speed, and the 2005 model comes with a T-3650.
The Ford GT automatic transmission is a good choice for performance vehicles. Its low 3.22:1 first gear and 3.31:1 final drive gear give the Mustang GT a strong competitive edge over its five-speed manual counterparts. A Ford Mustang GT with a five-speed automatic is a great choice for a hot sports car. It will make your Mustang faster and more efficient than ever. You can also upgrade to a more powerful engine to get more power and performance out of it.
The Mustang GT's automatic transmission is a strong option for performance-oriented drivers. While Ford's infamous lazy transmission is now a thing of the past, the five-speed manual is still a good choice for those looking for a fast-paced performance car. The car's 3.31:1 final drive gear and low 3.22:1 first gear mean the GT can easily keep up with its five-speed manual siblings.
The 2005 Mustang GT's automatic transmission is an excellent choice for performance-oriented drivers. The five-speed transmission allows you to change gears more efficiently, while the automatic version is more reliable and more efficient. The T-5 five-speed transmission is a great choice for a high-performance sports car. Its low ratio makes it easy to rev. This is a great option for those who like to drive faster and enjoy the thrill of driving.
Compared to the five-speed manual, the automatic GT is more responsive and capable. The '89 GT's automatic transmission has a lower 3.22:1 ratio than its five-speed manual counterpart. The '05 Mustang's AOD has a longer ratio than the manual, allowing the GT to maintain its top speed at higher speeds. This feature helps you maintain a smooth gearchange.