Mustang Transmissions: How To Fix MT82 Missed ShiftsLast Updated February 5, 2020 | Chris Cervenka
It can be frustrating when you’re getting on the gas, practicing your launches and have trouble hitting the 1-2 and 2-3 shifts in your MT-82 equipped Mustang. Adding a Barton Short Throw Shifter and Blowfish Bracket will help alleviate any notchiness or uncertainty in your shifts and get you down the quarter quicker than ever. So, be sure to check out the selection of transmission parts available for your Mustang at CJPonyParts.com!
Linear and progressive lowering springs have a different style of compression that leads to substantial differences in handling. This means that depending on your build, one may be a better fit for you than the other. Are you a racer looking to get the absolute best handling when it comes to their Mustang? Linear is your answer. How about a daily driver and occasional weekend cruiser? Progressive is your go-to.
Whether it’s a weekend cruiser and easy daily driving that you’re after, or an all-around driver's car that is a blast to drive on the twisties, there really isn’t a right answer when it comes to choosing the right transmission for your Mustang. It comes down to personal preference and lifestyle.
Finding the perfect 1965-1973 Mustang can be extremely difficult. You need to know what you’re looking for, but also what’s out there. Once you’ve narrowed down your year range, options, and acceptable conditions, you’ll have a variety of places to look, each with its own pros and cons. Here are all the things you should look for in your first classic Mustang.
For the first time in Ford Mustang history, the Mustang came with independent rear suspension from the factory across all trim levels in the 2015 model year. This opened up all kinds of doors for Mustang enthusiasts, whether it was tearing up a backroad or tackling a road course. However, there are pros and cons when it comes to the switch from a solid rear axle to independent rear suspension.