Mustang Fitment: 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
Full Ratchet Action.
The stock factory shifter is fine for daily driving, but it has some serious drawbacks when it comes to street/strip performance. The Mustang B&M Hammer Ratchet Shifter has a full ratchet action mechanism for solid positive shifts, so there is no fear of hanging up between gears or missing a gear all together.
To prevent you from accidentally shifting into reverse while your banging through the gears the B&M Ratchet Shifter features a reverse lockout mechanism. To shift into neutral, reverse or park positions, just lift the trigger and ratchet the shifter forward for each position.
Direct Fit Installation.
The B&M Hammer Console Ratchet Shifter was designed to the 1994-2004 Mustang's center console with no modifications required to the factory AODE transmission. And to further simplify the installation this ratchet shifter includes the neutral safety switch, backup light switch, lighted gear indicator, leather shift boot and polished aluminum T-Handle.
How to Install & Adjust a Hurst Shifter on a New Muncie and How They Work
Paul Cangialosi shows you how a Muncie side cover mechanism works and
installs a new Hurst Shifter on a Muncie 4 Speed. Alignment basics are
discussed as well as falling out of gear.
The heavy duty hardened tool steel bushings featured in this video can be
purchased here: http://goo.gl/juAtPa
I sell Hurst shifters and include my hardened tool steel bushings for free
when you purchase here: http://www.5speeds.com/cart
Tech Review: B&M's Hammer Shifter for 1987-1993 Automatic Ford Mustangs
We install this classic B&M Hammer Shifter on our 92 Fox Body Mustang. The Hammer Shifter is
specifically designed for 1987 thru 1992 Mustangs equipped with AOD automatic
transmissions. This Shifter has a high reward for the dollar and steers you
clear from any mis-shifts wether on the track or out for a sunday cruise! -
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Ford AOD, AODE, 4R70W Transmission Linkage | Curt's Corner at Monster Transmission
Monster Transmission Presents Curt's Corner as Curt goes over how to
exchange the lever arms for the Detent or TV Cable Rod
This process and principle will apply for the Ford AOD Transmission, Ford
AODE Transmission, or the Ford 4R70W transmission.
In order to change the linkage you'll have to change it from the inside of
the pan. There are 16 different linkage arms offered for an AOD Ford
Transmission. So there are a lot of variables, such as 2 wheel drive, or if
it's a truck, or a Mustang,
If your transmission is built by Monster Transmission we will provide the
specific linkage system that you request.
To start the process you'll remove the pan, and for a little more room to
work with the transmission filter as well. Then the transmission valve body
is exposed and you'll be able to access your internal shift linkage system.
In the linkage Monster Transmission during a rebuild will add an extra
component to prevent the shaft from going behind the TV rod. Once inside
you'll first remove the rooster tail which has an 8mm bolt. Then under the
rod there is a 13/16" nut that you will loosen that will release the
tension off of the shaft.
Then a roll pin that fits inside of the casting of the case. This prevents
the rod from sliding out of the case. You can use cutting dice or needle
nose pliers to remove it.
Once that pin is removed the linkage will pull out after removing that
13/16 nut that was previously loosened. Then you can slide the linkage out
of the case. The new linkage will then slide over the TV shaft, and line
the rooster tail up with the linkage. The 2 flat lands are equal on both
sides so it could be placed up or down. Then tighten the 13/16 nut on the
new shaft. Before tightening all the way, make sure the linkage is all
lined up. If you miss the valve you won't have any movement at all. So make
sure its lined up correctly. Make sure the valve and that the TV system is
correctly attached. Then install the roll pin and tap it into place, not
too far down though so you can remove at a later time if needed. Then there
is a spring back behind the TV valve rod you can pull it around and rest it
against a shift place on the valve body. Then reinstall the rooster tail
Then its re-install it and test to make sure all linkage works properly.
Also verify the TV Bracket is attached correctly and springs back, then
reinstall the transmission filter and filter gasket. Then last but not
least the pan gasket and transmission pan.
If you still have further questions then give us a call at 800-708-0087
Check out our site http://MonsterTransmission.com
Shifting a Megashifter 1987 Pontiac Trans Am Project
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I thought we'd demonstrate how the B&M Megashifter works in regular and
ratchet shifting modes. We used our 1987 Pontiac Trans Am to demonstrate
just how well it functions. This is basically the same way that most
ratchet type shifters operate. I hope you find it interesting...thanks for
B&M Pro Stick Installation
Installing a b&m pro stick in my bosses 73 nova, first attempt here at an
instructional video, i may have forgot some stuff, enjoy
How-To Upgrade a Ford Mustang Transmission
Chris Duke from Motorz TV http://www.motorz.tv shows you how to upgrade a
transmission on a 2008 Ford Mustang GT. Guest appearance from
Modern DriveLine's Bruce Couture.
Show notes: http://www.motorz.tv/Mustang-transmission-upgrade/
Mustang Ford Racing Hurst Manual Shifter Installation 1983-2001
This Ford Racing Hurst Manual Shifter is for 1979-2001 Mustangs with a T5 or T45 Manual
Transmission. It is built on a base made from a single piece of CNC
machined 6061-T6 aluminum and includes a chrome "Hurst" super short throw
shift handle and "Hurst" white shift knob with 5-speed shift pattern.
The first step in installation is to remove the stock shift knob, and then
the boot and retainer. Then, work on taking out the lower shift boot, as
well as the stock shifter handle. Remove the four bolts that hold the stock
shifter to the T5, and then pry out the stock shifter.
Apply some new silicone for the new Hurst shifter, and then install the
spacer if necessary for your Mustang. Line up your new shifter and
place on top of the silicone lining. Bolt the shifter to the T5 using the
new hardware in your assembly, and adjust your stops. Then, install the
lower boot and re-install the factory lower boot over top.
Lastly, return the factory boot, shift knob retainer, and shift knob. Total
installation takes around an hour and a half.
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1999-2004 Mustang GT Power Pack - AmericanMuscle Bolt-On Build-Ups
We take a bone stock 2000 Mustang GT and install a few bolt-on
modifications that will completely transform the performance and sound of
your 1999-2004 Mustang GT
First, watch us get stock Dyno numbers on our Dynojet 224xLC to see how much
torque a stock 2000 Ford Mustang GT puts down to the rear
wheels. From there, we'll add:
Airaid Cold Air Intake
BBK Performance 78mm Throttle Body and Intake Plenum
Bama Performance Custom Tunes
Pypes Off-Road X-Pipe
Flowmaster American Thunder Cat-back Exhaust
Let's see how much power we can pick up! Stay tuned, because we'll be
building up this 2000 Mustang GT in 4 categories Styling,
Power, Acceleration and Handling!
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STAGE 1: Fox Body Mustang Project Car by AmericanMuscle.com
Our 93 GT convertible is in rough shape! Ready to watch us overhaul it?
Say hello to our new Project Car, our 1993 Mustang GT Convertible! We're
bringing this 'vert back from neglect and transforming it into the car we
always wished Ford would build; a 93 Cobra Convertible. Now, we wouldn't
just throw Cobra badges on any Mustang, so you'll have to follow
along the entire series of Stages to see what we have up our sleeves!
For the first stage of our build, this GT was in serious need of a tune-up!
We wanted to get our GT running right, before we started working on the
rest of the overhaul. The parts we installed for Stage 1 included:
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SR Performance Clutch Adjuster Kit - http://muscle.am/W8wQe0
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Accel Replacement Cap & Rotor Kit - Gray - http://muscle.am/15sTJ2t
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Ford Racing Performance Radiator Hose Kit - http://muscle.am/ZeegU3
SR Performance Black Cold Air Intake - http://muscle.am/XsF031
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Replacement Fender - RH - Unpainted - http://muscle.am/XsF5DX
Replacement Fender - LH - Unpainted - http://muscle.am/15sUzMN
After this much-needed maintenance, it was time to get Project Fox Body to
the paint booth! We'll be giving this Mustang the full restoration
treatment. We'll see you soon for Stage 2 of this 93 Ford Mustang project build.