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XF / 351c / T5

at the mo i have a XF with a Clevo 351 and a single rail bolted on behind it. i would like to mount a T5 insted.

Q1. Will it fit

Q2. is a XF five speed the same as a T5 - EA etc.


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Re: XF / 351c / T5

Did an XC/351/SR last week. Fitted great, but I would not bother with the XF/EA box. A modified V8 box would be a better bet. (stronger/ better ratios)

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Re: XF / 351c / T5

take a 5 speed out of an EF/EL XR8 or an EF/EL V8 and fit it it would be fine for the power the XF T5's arnt recommended behind much power either that or use a 4 speed toploader they will handle like 600 hp
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