I'm assuming by your responses that you have direct experience with the installation and operation of the GV unit. Yes? No?1 Owner said:I'm assuming your not directing that statement at me?
It (GV unit) only makes sense if.....
1) You can get it at a reasonable cost
2) Have a ton of power and want a real OD gear
3) Possess the technical acumen to do the install
yourself and fix drivetrain issues that you WILL
#3 means you're basically on your own. They can
do only so much tech support over the phone.
The unit is designed for motorhomes with a lot
more leeway in terms of space under the vehicle.
Putting one in a passenger car, let alone in a
Mustang, does provide some challenges to someone
operating in a Do-It-Yourself manner.
(That's another way of saying it isn't a typical
I would agree that installing one of these behind a C6 would be difficult. Installing one behind a C4 in my 66 was really pretty easy, a little bit of reshaping on the depression of the floor just behind the shift lever hole was all that was required. I also agree with the 90 degree speedo adapter, without it the cable failed very quickly.MarkStang said:Was it an upgrade that you would not want to live without?