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Old 03-11-2008, 08:38 AM   #1
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Will the T-56 out of a C5 corvette fit into an F-body? (More specifically a 2000 SS) Are they the same transmission? Same input/output shafts?

I called my local dealer but they were no help at all...I figured most of you guys know more than them anyways...
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No, the C5s use a rear transaxle style transmission.
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i have a trans for sale though that has the zo6 internals ready to bolt into a f-body.
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No, the C5s use a rear transaxle style transmission.
Ok, Thats what I was thinking but I haven't seen one in person and I wasn't sure about the drivetrain setups on the C5s.

Thanks for the quick response.
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