1. S

    Yes, your 2002 GT with the 8th vin digit being X has a Romeo engine...I think

    So the clutch recently kicked off on my 2002 mustang GT. It has relatively low miles, but it has long tube headers. So while im paying the stupid amount of money in labor to get everything out, I'm going ahead and replacing the entire clutch assembly...including the flywheel. Now, which...
  2. 3

    4.6 To 5.4 Swap Flywheel

    This is my first time posting so forgive me if I don't really do this correctly. I have a 1998 mustang that's been 5.4L 4v v8 swapped with an 8 bolt flywheel and I was wondering what flywheel would bolt up to it? It also has a T45 transmission if that helps.
  3. O

    99 To A 95 Engine Swap

    So I have a 99 automatic v6 engine. Can I put it in a 95 that previously had a v6 manual. The transmission is still in the 95.
  4. Sean_S197

    Clutch/flywheel Compatibility Question

    Hey folks, I have a 2008 Mustang GT with a 4.6l 3v with a 6-bolt crank (Romeo-built engine) I recently bought a McLeod Chromoly steel racing flywheel and wanted to know if there were any compatibility issues if I bought an Exedy clutch to pair with it. Does anybody have experience on using...
  5. kingleodiorio

    Flex Plate Or Flywheel

    hello, I'm getting ready to put a new motor in my 67 mustang. It's my first project and I've ran into a small problem. I'm mating the engine (1978 5.0) to a c4 automatic transmission. Do I need a flex plate, or flyeheel? do I have to get it balanced for my engine, or are they generic in that...