What transmission fits a 351 Windsor?
The B&M C6 PreRunner/Trail automatic transmission is for use in RWD Ford applications with a 13 1/2-inch tailshaft and 5 1/8-inch separation of top bellhousing bolts. This transmission will work on 289, 302, 351 Cleveland and 351 Windsor engines (does not fit 351M engine.)
What engines fit a C6 transmission?
The C6 was used in trucks and cars with larger engines. Five different bell housing varieties exist for use with various Ford engine families: The Windsor pattern was used on the 300 I6, the Ford Windsor engines and the 351 Cleveland. The 460 pattern was used on the 351M and 400 and all of the Ford “385” engines.
Will a C4 transmission fit a 351 Windsor?
Registered. yes. the 351C uses the same bellhousings as the small blocks. However, one thing to remember is if you build up the engine much or plan on racing the stock C4 is a weaker transmission than a C6.
Will a T5 transmission fit a 351W?
It will work. The 351W uses a 164 tooth flywheel, but as long as you use a 157 tooth 302 flywheel, it fits.
Will a 351 Windsor fit a 302 transmission?
* All the parts from the 302 with the exception of the distributor and intake manifold will fit a 351w, but some of them may be undersized. * Motor mounts will be the same, exhaust will sit a little bit higher due to the extended deck height on the 351.
How much HP can a stock C6 handle?
According to Kokonis the company uses stock input shafts for applications up to 1,000 hp. Pushing past that limit requires the CK Performance billet input shaft. Other standard modifications are stronger C6 planetary carriers.
When did Ford start using the C6 transmission?
The C6 automatic transmission, on the contrary, was launched by Ford around 1966 and it found use cases until 1996. It was produced at Ford’s Livonia Transmission Plant, Michigan and in the mid-1980s, its production was transferred to a Sharonville Transmission Plant, Ohio.
Will a Ford 302 bolt up to a C6 transmission?
unless you are very lucky you will not find a c6 to fit the 302 block.. That’s a fact. There are only about 3 or 4 million of them scattered around scrapyards, hidden behind barns, or riding around on the roads and whatnot.
Which is better C4 or C6 transmission?
The C4 transmission was primarily used in cars. The C6 transmission could handle more power. Due to the ability to handle more power, the C6 transmission was used in many Ford trucks with bigger engines, and in larger cars that were manufactured with bigger engines.
Will a 351w bolt up to C4?
if it’s a 351w it should bolt up to the bell housing of your c-4. I am Skuzzlebutt, Lord of the Mountain! Most, if not all C-4s have the small block bolt pattern, So it should work fine.
How much horsepower can a C4 transmission handle?
I’d say at least 400 ponys as long as it is in good shape. The question is more about “How long will it last” to me. There are guys running C4’s behind built 351C’s at the strip but they are highly modified. A stocker IMHO will take a 400 HP street blast every once in a while without grenading.
Are all T5 transmissions the same?
While there are numerous configurations of the T5, because of the large quantities of T5’s produced, many parts are interchangeable. There are now over 200 different T5 transmission assembly part numbers and almost as many ways to customize them to fit just about anything whether passenger car or light duty truck.