EDIT 11/15 - Took the MT82 and started the process for the swap. The MT82 was in a lot better health than expected, yes it was noisy, but it never started grinding gears or any other bad behavior. Noise was being exaggerated by the twin disc clutch. There was play in the input shaft for the transmission, but it was within specs, and it still goes through all the gears with no problems. Is it healthy? no. Is it a great candidate for a rebuild, yes. Stood up much better than expected. Lots of knowledgable folks here so I thought I would see if anyone here has done this on their S197? I am embarking on the process of swapping the transmission in my '13 GT. I came across an excellent price on a TR6060 out of a '13-'14 GT500 that included the internal cooling pump, driveshaft, transmission crossmember and mount, and shifter upgrades. I know I need some wiring for the speedo sensor, reverse lockout, and a 26 spline replacement disc for my RAM clutch. I am going to put in a MGW Gen 2 shifter at the same time as the transmission. (solves the semi-remote shifter set-up) I loved my MGW on my MT82. But also looking just to see if anyone here has done this and has experience to share or things I should look into doing for the transmission. My MT82 is still working, but the input shaft is making all kinds of noise and it's clear it's on it's last legs, with close to a dozen track days and over 600whp it's stood up very well for being boosted most of it's 35,000 miles.