One would think, but the parts pipeline only has the updated carbon-fiber synchro rings. Things like forks and shift plates are not considered "normal" rebuild parts and they are all discontinued anyway. For example, take it to the corner transmission shop, or that national big-name chain for a rebuild you will get bearings, seals and rings, pay a ton of money and still not have the upgraded parts needed to make a T-45 actually reliable.Thanks for all the advice, I appreciate it. I'm assuming a remanufactured T45 would have the "updated" parts that were problematic in the original ones?... but I can't be sure. I'd consider a T5, but I always thought that they can't handle the HP/torque of the Cobra. Are remanufactured T5's beefier than the originals?