Hello SilverStang, thanks for asking your questions at Just Answer.The Interceptor Extreme looks like a quality unit,although I have not heard of this company before,it looks like they know their stuff when it comes to modified transmissions.
The transmission cooler is a must,the cooler the unit runs the better.
The manual shift kit would be best to have installed by the units builder,since the would not want the unit tampered with by others.
I will send info to JEGS,then have a full line of shifters,the lock out and neutral switch are built into them,the OD switch can be addressed with a toggle switch.OD is your 4th gear.
I will send instructions for replacing the transmission,the problem would be raising the car high enough to remove it,and a jack to support the transmission as it is lowered out and raised up to install. This is a job best done on a lift,using a transmission jack. I hope I have answered your questions,good luck with you project,and stay safe,Jerry.
Hi Hector I checked out the Mustang website,nice cars and ladies. I am going to send some info on the manual shift kit. You would have to take the same precations as when driving a stick,don't downshift from 4 to 2 at high speeds high speeds,and dont hold to long in any gear and over rev the engine.You shouldn't have any more fear of launching an engine (heaven forbid) when using the automatic.You will have control over up and downshifting,and will still have automatic shifting when put in 4th gear.The nitrous kit should have no problem workin with the automatic trans. If you choose to accept this anser,click on the accept, no need to hit it more then once. Thanks again,and good luck,Jerry.
Hello Hector,thanks for the accepts ,the bonus,and the nice comments in the feedback section. I am going to try and answer the questions the best I can,and send you some info on automatic transmissions.
A shift kit is used when rebuilding a trans,to improve the life of the trans.It raises pressure,may allow the trans to shift at a higher speed . The problem is you may feel the shifts,which some people don't like,it wont bother some one that is seeking performance.
A manual valve body,goes further and lets you choose the gear range your self,but most also let you retain the auto shifting if desired. You have to check this out when you purchase it from the vendor. You don't take your foot off the gas when shifting on of these,keep your foot to the floor . You can hold any gear,but don't want to down shift from a high gear to lower gear,under full power,it puts to much stain on the drive train. Same as if you had a manual trans.
The manual valve body won't affect the saftey feature of the Nitrous kit.
You do need the N/S switch,and the reverse lock out is a good feature.
OD and lock up converters are not the same,OD is when the trans output shaft spins faster then the engine,used for fuel economy,or more top speed when on flat level. ground. The OD button is used to eliminate OD when driving in hilly areas or towing.
Lock up converters lock up to eliminate slip between the engine and trans.Lock up comes on when cruising in higher gears only.
I don't think you will have any problem with the manual valve body causing the unit to burn up when driven on the street. The trans you have chosen seems made for the use you will be giving it.