I used all Mustang parts. Cable, bell housing, tranny, etc. 100% bolt in job. Took 4 hours from start to finish. Now, if you don't have a floor shifted car, you'll obviously have to cut a hole in the floor. The pedal assembly was the hardest part, but it only took about an hour and a half or so. I removed the driver seat and column and that made the job a lot easier. I did the pedal assembly one week, then the tranny installation the next. You retain the stock driveshaft, tranny mount, cross member.It's an upgrade that was worth it, although I have to admit, I do get tired of the constant shifting in local driving. I miss the auto a little from time to time, but not enough I'd ever swap back.
'88 Sport--T-5,HURST shifter,TMoss GT-40 intake,Ed Curtis cam,Trick Flow heads,Scorpion rockers,70mm t-body,3G,mini starter,Taurus fan,BBK headers,O/R H-Pipe, Dynomax mufflers, deep and deeper Cobra R wheels,Mass Air, Mass Air and 24's,8.8 with 3.55's,140 mph speedo,Mach 1 chin spoiler,SN-95 springs,CHE control arms,aluminum drive shaft.