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Old 06-08-2010, 07:43 PM   #1
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Does any one what the torque rating is for the M5OD-R1 transmission. Second, Does the M5OD-R2 have the same bolt pattern as the M5OD-R1 so I can bolt it up to my 3.0.
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Old 06-08-2010, 08:52 PM   #2
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The R2 is from the full size trucks and will not bolt up to your 3.0L.

Also, you need an M5OD R1 from a 3.0L, and only a 3.0L as it has its own bell housing bolt pattern.
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Thanks for the info, by any chance do u know what the torque rating is for the m50d-r1
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people run them behind 150hp 4.0L's with good success, and are ran in 300hp 2.3L turbo trucks without much issue. I don't know what they are rated for. keep fluid in them (the shift rail plugs are known to leak at times)
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