Borg Warner T10


Advance Adapters Inc Transmission Data:

Borg Warner T10 & Super T10

Manual Transmission
Forward Speeds .... 4
Dates Produced .... 1956 - 1983
Manufacturer .... Borg Warner
Case Length .... 10.00
Stock Adapter Length .... N/A
Bellhousing Length ... 6.50
Over All Length .... 16.50
Case Material ... Aluminum
Input Shaft .... N/A
Spline .... 1-1/8 10 spline
Length .... 6.50
Pilot Diameter .... .590
Length .... 1.00
Output Shaft Spline .... 27
1st Gear Ratio .... 4 Listed see bottom right
2nd Gear Ratio .... 4 Listed see bottom right
3rd Gear Ratio .... 4 Listed see bottom right
4th Gear Ratio .... 4 Listed see bottom right
5th Gear Ratio .... N/A
6th Gear Ratio .... N/A
Reverse Gear Ratio .... 4 Listed see bottom right
Transmission Weight .... 100
Max Engine Torque .... N/A
Fluid Type .... N/A
Fluid Capacity .... N/A
Power Take Off Capable .... no
Gross Vehicle Weight Rated .... N/A
Input to Cluster Center Distance .... N/A
all measurements are in inches and pounds unless specified.
Advance Adapters Transmission Rating
Our rating is (1) being the worst and (5)being the best. 
These ratings are based on vehicles with a 10,000 GVW. Jeeps and similar vehicles that are half the weight will be well suited with transmissions rated 3 and above on the strength.
Shifting Quality ....
Strength Quality ....

Borg Warner produced many 3 speed manual transmissions. The first passenger car 4-speed was the T10. Early T10 transmissions were used in GM and Ford products. As horsepower levels increased, Ford designed the Toploader and GM the Muncie. GM replaced the T10 with the Muncie in 1963. Ford used both the T10 and Toploader.nd design. Before any purchase of our transfer case adapter kits you must identify which transmission you have.

The gear rations that apply to the different models on the Super T10 transmissions:

T10-U 3:44 2:28 1:46 1:0 3:33
T10-W 2:64 1:75 1:33 1:0 2:71
T10-X 2:64 1:61 1:23 1:0 2:49
T10-Y 2:88 1:75 1:33 1:0 2:49



To accommodate increasing power levels, Borg Warner designed the Super T10.


Ford and Chrysler used the "first design" Super T10 transmissions from 1965 to the early 1970s. The "second design" Super T10 was upgraded in a GM only version. The Super T10 was used in GM vehicles from 1975 to 1983.


The main difference between the Muncie and the Borg Warner is that the Muncie has a 7-bolt side cover and the Borg Warner has a 9-bolt side cover.


The T10 / Super T10 transmission adapters we manufacture will normally require the installation of a new output shaft. We only offer kits for the Super T10 thin hub, thick hub & 2


This transmission is side-shifted and will require a shift bracket and shift rods. We offer an adapter kit that includes a new main shaft and a 5.75" aluminum housing, and the necessary seals and hardware. We do not include a sealed bearing or a index retainer in this kit. When ordering this kit you will also need to consider a Hurst shifter, shifter bracket, and shifter rod kit.