Performing a 6-speed swap into a first-generation Mustang has never been easier, thank to the help of companies like American Powertrain. If you need further proof, take a closer look at their recently announced X-Factor Crossmember for 1964-1973 Mustangs.
They’ve just made a huge announcement for first-generation Mustangs, that allows you to run a 6-speed TREMEC gearbox behind your traditional engine.
American Powertrain Introduces New 6-speed X-Factor Crossmember for Early Model Mustangs
Cookeville, TN – American Powertrain now offers a bolt-in aluminum crossmember for 1964-73 Ford Mustangs designed to fit TREMEC 6-speed transmissions that requires no modifications to the tunnel or chassis for installation. The crossmember features an attractive black powder coat finish and comes complete with both Grade-8 mounting hardware and an adjustable mounting pad.
Made in the USA using modular construction, all X-Factor crossmembers are constructed from T-6061 aluminum that is both lightweight and strong making it ideal for street or track applications. All X-Factor crossmembers come with a lifetime warranty against breakage.
American Powertrain, a TREMEC Elite Distributor located in Cookeville, TN, manufacturers and sells ProFit modern overdrive transmission systems, Science Friction clutches and flywheels, Hydramax hydraulic clutch systems, X-Factor crossmembers and thousands of powertrain accessories for muscle, sports, street rod and race cars. For more information, visit American Powertrain at americanpowertrain.com, watch this video, or call 931.646.4836.
- No modifications required to the tunnel or chassis for installation
- Allows you to run a 6-speed manual TREMEC transmission
- Constructed from T-6061 aluminum that is both lightweight and strong
- Made in USA
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, the parent company to Timeless Muscle Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the magazine’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next round modifications for his own cars.