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2006 Mustang Gt Automatic Transmission

2006 Mustang Gt Automatic Transmission

The Mustang GT is a two-door coupe with a rear-wheel drive system and a 4.6-litre naturally-aspirated V8 engine. Its synchronizer assembly uses needle bearings and the standard final drive ratio is 3.55:1. The gearing is different on 2006 and 2007 models, with the latter featuring an automatic transmission. The 4.6-litre engine has 304 PS and 434 N*m of torque. It is paired with a five-speed automatic transmission that is capable of shifting up to 10 speeds.

The GT comes with the same 4.6-liter V-8 engine as the coupe, which is rated for 300 horsepower and 320 foot-pounds of torque. It also has the same fuel-economy rating as the V-6 automatic, but a manual transmission offers lower highway mileage. The six-speed manual transmission also features a performance package including a performance braking system and two-mode adjustable Bilstein dampers. The car has the same performance features as the Mustang GT, including a four-channel ABS with traction control. It is made with high strength steel, with a long center distance to reduce weight. It is equipped with high-capacity tapered bearings for long-lasting wear. The Tremec-3160 is among the most reliable, track-proven transmissions in the world.

The transmission is also equipped with a wet clutch system. The transmission has 155 square inches of surface area for optimal clutch engagement. The car has a mechatronics system that continuously reads more than a dozen factors about a vehicle while driving. This results in near-perfect shifts in every possible driving situation. It has been designed to produce a perfect driving experience. This transmission is a perfect example of Ford's efforts to improve the vehicle.

The transmission on the Mustang GT has a wet clutch system with eight clutch plates totaling 155 square inches of surface area. The computer-controlled mechatronics system is responsible for the timing of the shifts. The system simultaneously reads a dozen factors about the car and the environment, which results in near-perfect shifts in any driving situation. Despite the fact that a Mustang GT has a wet clutch, the transmission is still not a manual transmission.

The manual transmission has six forward and one reverse speed. The ecm records the number of times the car hits the rev limiter. Hence, the engine is under no stress when it shifts. If the driver keeps driving at a high speed, the transmission can be damaged due to hard driving. It is important to maintain the engine's condition, and to keep it as low as possible. While manual transmissions are not recommended for every type of vehicle, they are still worth considering.

A six-speed manual transmission features six forward and one reverse gear. Its center distance is 81mm. The tremec-3160 is a popular track-proven transmission. Its 86mm worm shaft allows it to rotate freely without the need for a shim. If the car is not using a manual transmission, then the gears will be locked. Moreover, it is a good idea to change the speedometer if the symmetrical pressure increases too much.

2006 Mustang Gt Automatic Transmission