How much does it cost to rebuild a T56 transmission?

Buyers Guide for T-56 Rebuild Cost Simply put, a Tremec T56 or TR6060 rebuild starts at $1,899.99, but depends on the vehicle application and level/horsepower rating (see options below). Here at Tick Performance rebuild pricing includes freight shipping within the central US and includes a 1 year warranty.

How much transmission fluid does a T56 hold?

3 quarts
Use 3 quarts, 21 ounces of Dexron III Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF). the shifter handle.

What fluid goes in a T56 transmission?

Dexron III/ Mercon
For the T56 aficionados out there, the fluid requirements for the T56 Magnum are even easier. We suggest that you use Dexron III/ Mercon ONLY, and not to use a synthetic in those transmissions. As with the TKO, we do not advocate the use of any fluid additives.

How much HP can a stock T56 handle?

However, even the best over-the-shelf manual transmissions are only rated to handle 700 hp. In an effort to save the manuals, we contacted Tick Performance of Mount Airy North Carolina to see inside their Stage 5 Tremec T56 Magnum transmissions. They claim this fully synchronized six-speed is good for 900 rwhp.

How much is a T56 transmission?

When shopping for a T56, you will discover that there are numerous variations of T56’s, both new and used. At the pricier end of the spectrum, for about $3,000, you can buy a completely new unit (Tremec’s T56 Magnum) with a choice of gear ratios and shifter locations.

How much fluid does a T56 Magnum take?

The T56 Magnum capacity is 3.75 quarts, so you are good with one case (4 quarts per case)! Tremec HP MTF transmission fluid is recommended for motor vehicles with manual gearboxes, and is approved by Tremec for all their transmissions.

What fluid does a Tremec transmission take?

Dexron III
TREMEC TKX transmissions use the Dexron III or Dexron III/Mercon Spec ATF fluid. Dexron III ATF is also used for the T56 and 3650 models.

How can I make my manual transmission stronger?

Six Steps to Maximize Your Manual Transmission

  1. Step 1: Learn to Shift. The No.
  2. Step 2: Use the Right Lube.
  3. Step 3: Adjust the Clutch.
  4. Step 4: Tighten the Shifter.
  5. Step 5: Time to Rebuild.
  6. Step 6: Shed Your Synchros.