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    New to this forum. I'm doing an EFI swap into a '66 using the engine from a '90 Mustang GT w/auto transmission. I have a World Class T5 that i will be replacing the auto with. Is there a difference between the flywheel between the auto ans manual? Thanks..
     
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    like said above..auto uses a flexplate manuals use a flywheel..
     
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    an automatic transmission uses a flexplate rather like this one;

    1511_1370_large.jpg

    where as a manual transmission uses a flywheel like this;

    Cummins-Flywheel.jpg
     
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    .seems like you got a lot of work ahead of you. How much modifying did you have to do to get that 66 to accept that new engine?
     
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