Which engine and transmission after 10r60 announcement

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lifetime powertrain warranty done.
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2.7 with the 10R60 and a 3.0 turbo swap, 35” KO2s and King shocks.

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The manual is bashed worst than the 10R60 because it's a Chinese-built Getrag that blows up in the Mustang.

Can't win for losing in this place. Lol
I don’t think that’s the same transmission and my Focus ST’s Getrag is awesome and still working fine at 250,000kms...just saying! lol
 

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I’m still confused what horrendous abuse people are worried the 10R60 won’t hold up to? Are you guys planning on brake boosting from every stoplight?
My only concern is how it does with the temps of towing a 3200lb trailer while on 35s and going up 7% inclines at highway speeds. Im sure aftermarket will come up with larger coolers though.
 

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Looks like MBA’s switched to 60 at last minute. Just enough to last up to powertrain warranty.
 

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I don’t think that’s the same transmission and my Focus ST’s Getrag is awesome and still working fine at 250,000kms...just saying! lol
I know it is a new design, but I was more pointing out the ignorance of idea the MT-88 will be bad because of the factory it comes from...
 

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Still getting a 2.7. Not worried about the transmission, that's what the warranty is for.
First of all - 10r60?! What? I'm away a few weeks, and find out the auto trans has changed. Legit?

If unloading the vehicle prior to the 5 year/60k warranty, then not a big issue. Other than hassle of potential repairs (who wants that aggravation regardless), or lessening resale near end of warranty if a component is seen as problematic.

People like me who hang onto vehicles a long time though, are WAY more keen on having components that last. Talking personal experience of several auto transmissions having issues post 60k.
 

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First of all - 10r60?! What? I'm away a few weeks, and find out the auto trans has changed. Legit?

If unloading the vehicle prior to the 5 year/60k warranty, then not a big issue. Other than hassle of potential repairs (who wants that aggravation regardless), or lessening resale near end of warranty if a component is seen as problematic.

People like me who hang onto vehicles a long time though, are WAY more keen on having components that last. Talking personal experience of several auto transmissions having issues post 60k.
There’s currently no indication that the 80 would outlast the 60 in any application. There’s also no indication that the MT isn’t a steaming pile either
 

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First of all - 10r60?! What? I'm away a few weeks, and find out the auto trans has changed. Legit?

If unloading the vehicle prior to the 5 year/60k warranty, then not a big issue. Other than hassle of potential repairs (who wants that aggravation regardless), or lessening resale near end of warranty if a component is seen as problematic.

People like me who hang onto vehicles a long time though, are WAY more keen on having components that last. Talking personal experience of several auto transmissions having issues post 60k.
I hang on to my vehicles for at least 10 years also. If I think it's going to be an issue I'll pull a trans fluid sample and send it to Blackstone Labs for analysis before the warranty expires. And maybe add an extra external trans cooler, heat is what kills automatic transmissions.
 
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