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What's the difference in a 2015 T-56 magnum and a new T-56 Magnum? Anything? Has the new T-56 been upgraded in any way?
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Good question. I can't find any info on differences between those years. Doesn't mean there aren't any, but I can't find them.
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The new T56 Magnum F has the 4 bolt style shifter which IMO is superior to the offerings of the 6 bolt style. My original T56 Magnum from 5+ years ago leaked like crazy with the factory 6 bolt shifter. Even the aftermarket billet shifters IMO were never as good as the newer F style 4 bolt stock shifter (or MGW etc you can bolt up). Aside from that they are basically the same I'm guessing.
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Contact tremec... or any tremec dealer
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Contact tremec... or any tremec dealer
I tried, they didn't answer the phone, i'm sure they're closed for the holidays. Thought someone on here might know
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Talked to Tremec this morning, So long as they are the same T-56 magnum, there would be no differences
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Thanks for the info!
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