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2013 TR6060 Track Pack Swap into a 2010

Discussion in 'S-197 Mustangs' started by GT500-2007, Jan 12, 2019.

  1. GT500-2007

    GT500-2007 Member Established Member

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    I got hold of a TR6060 from a wrecked (front end side swipe) 2013 GT500 for a great price. It was from a Track Pack car so it also came with the cooling assembly. I searched but could not find too much information on swapping in a 2013/2014 TR6060 Track Pack into a 2005-2010. I have most of it figured out but I have a question on the clutch for this setup.

    >Based on my search is it true I can keep the flywheel that is currently on the car? It's an Exedy Lightweight Steel - 6 Bolt. with less than 1000 miles on it.

    >Am I sourcing a GT500 specific clutch or am I sourcing a regular Mustang GT clutch just with a 26 spline setup?

    >Can I use the throw-out bearing from my current 2010 GT (it has less than 1000 miles on it) or do I need to buy one specific to the 2013/2014 GT500 model year. Seems to be mixed information depending on what forum/post one reads.

    Thanks for the help!

    GT
     
  2. Norm Peterson

    Norm Peterson Member Established Member

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    In for the hints.

    I have a couple of questions, though - how much does that lightweight Exedy flywheel weigh, and do all 4.6 engines use 6-bolt flywheels?


    Norm
     
  3. GT500-2007

    GT500-2007 Member Established Member

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    The Exedy Lightweight Steel - 6 bolt flywheel weighs about 16.1lbs and the stock weighs in at about 23lbs. 05-10 GT's use a 6 bolt flywheel while the 07-14 GT500 and 11-14 GT's have an 8 bolt flywheel. I'm hoping to be able to reuse my Exedy vs getting a new one.

    GT
     
  4. Norm Peterson

    Norm Peterson Member Established Member

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    Thanks.

    There might be a lightweight steel flywheel in my GT's future along with another drivetrain mod or two.


    Norm
     

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