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Old 06-28-2012, 09:12 PM
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Originally Posted by dusterbd View Post
problem is, theres no motor mounts, and no body. so how do i know where to locate the motor? does anyone have any dimensions for me?
I don't have a dimension, but if you mount the notch in the oil sump over the front axle,
you'll be close to the correct measurement for fore/aft position, but as a warning, DO NOT
BUTCHER THE CROSSMEMBER AT THE ORGINAL BELLHOUSING
MOUNT...
Just raise the engine/tranny, level it using the carb mounting on the intake, build a trans mount
and you're done...


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Originally Posted by dusterbd View Post
also, since i am NOT a ford guy.....

what factory distributor should i use? the motor is out of a 92 mustang, withn an edelbrock intake and a carter carb.
1985 Mustang GT with a 5L HO (4bbl carb) Has the steel gear you'll need for the roller cam,
and a vac advance as well. O'reilly Part # 30-2831 Also, you'll need a module to run the ignition...


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also, well be using a c6 automatic behind it (again, tried to talk him into an AOD, but he wants a 3 speed....) what do i do for kickdown linkage?
im mostly a mopar/subaru guy, so please point me in the right direction.

thanks
Michael
Does the carb have the Ford kickdown lever? I'd probably opt for the Lokar(sp?) cable...
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