The Borg-Warner T-10 transmission holds a significant place in automotive history,introduced in the early 1950s, the T-10 became a popular choice for performance-oriented vehicles, contributing to the golden era of muscle cars.
Borg-Warner, began production began in 1957, and the T-10 quickly gained popularity due to its durable construction and versatility.
One of the key features of the T-10 was its robust, all-aluminum construction. The use of aluminum made the transmission lightweight yet durable, a crucial factor for performance applications. The T-10 was designed to handle the increased power and torque of high-performance engines.
Its widespread adoption contributed to the T-10's status as a symbol of high-performance transmissions during the 1960s and 1970s.
The T-10 underwent several revisions and improvements over the years to meet the evolving demands of the automotive industry. Changes in gear ratios, synchronizer designs, and other enhancements aimed at refining its performance characteristics kept the T-10 relevant amid the ever-growing competition in the muscle car era.
We offer full parts kits, overhaul kits, seal kits, gasket sets, and individual gears for Super T10 transmissions.
Unfortunately as of end of 2023, new parts availability is running out and because of low volume some gears are no longer going to be produced. We are sorry for this situation, and are constantly looking to keep our shelves supplied.
TransJel Assembly Lube for all automatic & manual transmissions. Lubricates and holds needle bearings & thrust washers during assembly. Remains smooth and blends with all automatic & manual transmission fluids. One pound tub.
NOTE: (TRANSJEL) IS NOW ASEMBLEE GOO BLUE NOT RED AS IN PICTURE
Despite its widespread use and success, the T-10 eventually gave way to newer transmission designs as the automotive industry advanced. The introduction of more modern and sophisticated transmissions, including the Tremec and Borg-Warner T-5, led to the eventual discontinuation of the T-10 in the late 1970s.