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I have 93 mustang that i'm putting a 351w and c4 in, nothing special been done a million times but its my project. I was wondering if anyone made a 164 tooth flywheel with a 10.5 bolt pattern. Thanks for the input.
 

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Chazmac said:
164T = 12" converter
157T = 11" converter
That's the way it is..........

Chazmac...... I seem to recall the location the drain plug on the converter indicated flywheel too.

One drain plug was near/next to the converter stud, on the larger converter the drain was in the middle between studs?
 

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164T flywheel uses a 12" converter which has the drain plug next to the stud, the 157T flywheel uses an 11" converter which has the drain plug between (centered) the studs. You cannot interchange these combos.
Now you know how to easily ID a Ford converter :D
Cat's out of the bag now.... ;)
 

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Thanks for the reply. I have a b&m 2400 holeshot converter and just needed to know if i have to find a new bellhousing or not. Thanks again
 
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