How many gears does a ZF6 have?
While the transmission is a true 6 speed unit, its forward gears are labeled L-1-2-3-4-5, distinguishing its relatively low true 1st gear….ZF S6-650/S6-750 Manual Transmission Specs.
|ZF S6-650 & S6-750
|5.5 liters, 5.81 quarts
|6 liters, 6.34 quarts
Are all ZF6 transmission the same?
The only difference in the ZF6 transmission is between the 7.3L pattern and the newer Mod pattern. Look at the tag on the side of the trans before you buy it. It should say S6-750. Same input shaft???
Can you float gears in a ZF6?
having driven 10, 13 and 18 speed big trucks, yes floating the gears is the way to go.
What years did Ford use the ZF6 transmission?
The Ford ZF5 and ZF6 line uses a tapered input bearing for added strength. General Motors used the ZF6 transmission in the 1989-1996 Corvette. They started using them again in 2001 mated to their 8100 Vortec and the Isuzu Duramax engines.
What fluid does a ZF6 take?
For comparison, GM also used a ZF6 and required Dexron fluid similar to original MERCON. GM also developed Synchromesh fluids and they are a popular fluid with GM owners of the ZF-6 (GM did not offer a Transmission cooler like the Ford SuperDuty).
What trucks have a ZF6 transmission?
It can be found in Ford F250, F350, F450 Super Duty Pickups. The ZF 6 Speed comes in two different models the S6-650 and S6-750.
Is it bad to float gears in a manual transmission?
Float shifting or floating gears, also called “slip shifting”, “dead sticking” or “bang shifting”, is the process of changing gears, typically in a non-synchronous transmission, without depressing the clutch. If done improperly, it can damage or destroy a transmission.
How much oil does a ZF6 hold?
It holds approximately 6 1/2 quarts. 05 Chevy 2500HD, Dark blue, Crew Cab, LS, LB, 4WD, Dmax with ZF-6 speed.
When did Ford start using the ZF6 transmission?
The ZF6 is a heavy-duty, fully-synchronized, constant-mesh 6-speed manual transmission. Ford has been using the ZF6 since the late 1990s.