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    Will a 2007 mustang gt tr3650 fot into a 2002 mustang if so what are tue pros an cons..is output shaft still the same i beard they are not slip in style..can they handle more hp tq them a 2002 tr3650

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    Output shaft housings aren't the same. At one point, these housings were going for big bucks as many were cracking theirs. Find a 01.5-04 core, and send it off for a rebuild if your '02 is a daily.

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    So what all needs to be done...and can a 2007 mustang gt tr3650 fit/work in a 02

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    Bell housing will mate with the block, but you'll need swap output shaft housing, and output shaft from an 01.5 - 04 style. Not sure of any electrical connection differences... Anything is possible.

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