Tick Performance Level 3 Viperized T56 Rebuild (750RWTQ) for 03-04 CobraTICKshift
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- Turnaround Time is 10-15 Business Days (plus shipping time)
Our Level Three Viperized Rebuild is the perfect choice for those of you making 750RWTQ or less and wanting a transmission that you can abuse without worry!
This complete price includes Parts, Labor AND Free Shipping on your T56 (both ways!)
Our Level Three Viperized Rebuild includes the following:
- Complete tear down, degrease & thorough inspection of entire transmission
- Bronze 1-4 Fork Pads
- Bronze 5-6 & Reverse Fork Pads
- Bronze Shifter Cup Bushing
- Billet 3-4 Synchronizer Keys
- New OEM 1-2, 5-6 & Reverse Keys & Springs
- Carbon Fiber Synchronizer (blocker) Rings
- New Front Seal
- Our Custom Shortened 30 Spline Viper Mainshaft
- Upgraded Output Shaft Bushing
- Upgraded Rear Seal
- Custom machined tailhousing
- 30 spline slip yoke
- Modified Speed Reluctor
- Cryogenic Treatment of All Transmission Internals
- REM Polishing of All Transmission Internals
- End-play set to our custom specifications
- Professional Reassembly done 100% by hand
- One Year, Unlimited Mileage Warranty (details below)
Option Guide: Should I upgrade to the 26 Spline Input Shaft?
From Ford, 2003-04 Cobras came with a 10 spline input shaft that has proven to be the weak link in the drivetrain time and time again. During a rebuild, consider this upgrade a must-do if you do any racing at all. This option adds no extra turnaround time.
Option Guide: Should I upgrade to the Billet Throwout Bearing Guide Tube?
From Ford, 2003-04 Cobras came with a stamped steel guide tube that always seems prone to breakage. During a rebuild, we highly suggest upgrading to this billet steel tube so you never have to worry about breakage again. This option adds no extra turnaround time.
Option Guide: Do I need New Bearings?
Although they’re not included with our rebuild packages, we consider bearings a smart thing to do for everyone and a must do for those of you with more than 120,000 miles on the clock. If you’ve had any strange noises coming from your transmission, bearings are a wise investment. We use Timken and Koyo Bearings. This option adds no extra turnaround time.
Option Guide: Should I have the Bungs & Sprayers Installed?
It is seen time and time again in big horsepower cars that do standing mile or high speed pulls often, and road race or autocross applications; the input shaft bearing can become starved for fluid and fail, causing a chain reaction of damage inside the transmission. With this option, we install and weld bungs and spray tubes inside your transmission that will direct transmission fluid onto your input shaft and third gear teeth that are prone to failure. This kit now includes our Hi-Flow Transmission Fluid Pump Kit. This kit will require some plumbing and electrical wiring. This option adds no extra turnaround time.
Option Guide: Should I do the GM Overdrive Conversion?
The GM overdrive conversion is a good idea for those of you who use 1-4 gears to get going, and 5-6 gears to cruise. This swap changes the 5-6 gear ratios from your original .79 and .63 over to the less aggressive .74 and .50 that the F-Bodies came factory with.
Option Guide: Should I opt for Faceplating?
If you drive your car on the street, no. Suggested for all manually shifted dedicated racecars ONLY, faceplating is a procedure very similar to proshifting, but much more durable and longer lasting. Faceplating completely eliminates the possibility of missing a shift by removing the stock synchronizers and opening up the engagement window for faster, higher rpm shifting. This is definitely the way to go if you have a T56 in your racecar and you're looking for the quickest shifts possible. Due to the harsh nature of this process, we do not recommend this option for cars that see any street driving. For more information, click here or click here to watch a video of a customer of ours driving his Faceplated Trans Am. This option adds 4-5 weeks to your turnaround time.
Option Guide: Should I have my transmission Painted or Powdercoated?
During any rebuild here at Tick Performance, all transmission cases are washed and degreased. Even after this treatment, many are stained, discolored and just don’t look as good as they did when new. Our media blast and paint service gives the transmission a much more professional, finished look. Available in Black Satin or Silver. This option adds no extra turnaround time. You can also opt for our powdercoating service, which is much more durable than paint. Also available in Black Satin or Silver. This option adds 2-3 days to your turnaround time.
All Tick Performance rebuilt transmissions are covered by an industry leading 12 Month Unlimited Mileage Warranty! We guarantee that our labor performed on your transmission is done correctly and was checked and rechecked before we cleared your transmission for shipping back to you. Since our transmission rebuild packages are designed for use in high abuse racing applications, our warranty covers our labor to disassemble and reassemble your transmission only. Our warranty does not include broken or damaged parts, costs to remove transmission from and reinstall transmission into your vehicle, fluids, or shipping either to or from our location.<p><b>UPDATE 8/23/17:</b> As OEM replacement T56 Parts become more scarce, we are forced to use aftermarket replacement parts. While quality of these aftermarket parts is generally high, we have seen instances where these parts are louder or more noticeable once installed. Since they are the only available option, our warranty does not cover these irritations. Our Level Three warranty is null and void when used in setups making higher than 750ft/lbs of torque (rear-wheel). Faceplated transmissions are not warrantied. Due to their weaker design, 10 spline input shafts are not warrantied.