You have a tremec. How was the install. you need new bellhousing, yolk for driveshaft(31 spline), what about crossmember? did it need to be moved and rewelded? Also the tremec is shorter than the t-5 so you need a longer drive shaft or I think Promotion makes a cnc spacer for like 60$. Any thing else needed for swap.
Install was fine. I used the following pieces:
1. Tremec TKOII (26 spline)
2. Fidanza billet steel flywheel (optional)
3. McLeod clutch/PP
4. Promotion extended fork (optional but very worth it)
5. FMS aluminum D/S
6. Fel-pro teflon Rear Main Seal (optional)
7. McLeod scattershield (optional, can also use a Tremec bell)
8. 23 tooth speedo gear
9. Steeda shifter
10. Pilot/TO bearings
11. 3 quarts GM synchromesh
You don't have to use a spacer if you are doing this on a fox body. I had to modify the cross-member by cutting the welds and sliding the mount back about 1 inch. Some people have said they haven't had to modify this piece. You will have to get a clutch alignment tool (in my case 26 spline). Since it is a GM you may have to wrap the input in some electrical tape to get it to fit into the pilot bearing. Also, you can buy an unwelded FMS cross member, bolt the Tremec up to it, and then re-weld it. The only problem I ran into was with my h-pipe. When I went to put it on, the tremec mounts had pushed the cross-member back, i.e. the hanger mounts were now further back. I had to cut off the hangers on the H-pipe. I ordered new ones from Bassani and had them welded on in the correct location. Good luck and I would be glad to help with any questions you may have.