Performance Automatic 4R70W Electronic Street Smart Package for All Year Mustangs with a 5.0L Coyote Engine.Give that 5.0L Coyote engine the transmission that it deserves, with an easy to install Performance Automatic 4R70W Street Smart Package. Performance Automatic has taken a state of the art approach to putting a "Ford in a Ford" for those who choose the new "5.0 Coyote" engine. Performance Automatic has created a sophisticated Ford 4R70W/Coyote Street Smart Package to partner with this new engine. Rated up to 650 horsepower.
This kit comes complete with Performance Automatic's Street Smart 4R70W transmission, the Smart Shift stand alone transmission controller that's user friendly and is "no laptop required", custom torque converter, dipstick/filler tube, complete transmission wiring harness, block plate, Coyote/4R70W flexplate, flexplate bolts, bellhousing bolts and torque converter nuts. Complete with all the matching components you will need for installation.
4R70W Electronic Street Smart Transmission Includes:
- Raybestos Clutches
- Large Intermediate Servo
- Street Strip Valve Body
- Hardened Stub Shaft
- Hi-Performance Band
- New Steel Pan
- New Neutral Safety Switch
- Drum and Diode
*Will work with electronic or mechanical speedometers.
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So perhaps I'm a bit new to this, but for starters, is this considered an automatic or manual transmission? Also, would this work for a 1967 Fastback with a Coyote 5.0L V8 in it? If so, would I need to make modifications to accommodate it?
This is an Automatic Transmission and would be perfect for your '67 equipped with a 5.0L Coyote V8. There may be some minor clearance issues at the firewall and/or transmission tunnel and you will need a custom driveshaft, but other then that this would be perfect for your setup.
Date published: 2015-10-19
I would like to install an Automatic 4R70W Electronic transmission with a Coyote motor in a 68 mustang. I have a modified engine bay but the transmission tunnel is stock (unaltered) Will the transmission fit into the stock transmission tunnel?
From what I've been seeing, you shouldn't need any modifications to the tunnel, but without knowing the specifics about your 1968 and its modifications, it's hard to say.
Date published: 2015-06-25