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6.0L and tremec 3550?

I am planning a 6.0l build for my fox for when the 5.0 thats in the car blows up.. what im wondering is if anyone knows if a Tremec 3550 can or will bolt up to a 6.0 since the tr 3550 is a GM trans anyways...


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Yes you can bolt it up with the proper bellhousing. I offer one from Quicktime Performance that will work perfectly for your setup.

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would a bell from an old camaro w/ t5 work?
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would a bell from an old camaro w/ t5 work?
Nope. Its a different bolt pattern where the trans bolts up and the bolt pattern is rotated 20 degrees which puts the trans in crooked.
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RM-6037 - LS Bellhousing to Ford TKO 500-600/TR3550/T5 Mustang Transmission

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Would you still go hydraulic with this setup, or use a cable?
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Damn, that makes the swap way easier! Plus the GM hydraulics are mofos to get right sometimes, depending on the clutch.
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