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Old 03-26-2011, 01:02 AM
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6.0 Bell housing pattern same as modular engines?

Is the bell housing bolt pattern used on the 6.0 powerstroke the same as the one used on the modular gas engines (5.4 & 6.8)? I've been searching the web and some say they are and some say they aren't. -Thanks in advance
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That's a good question and probably year model dependant. I thought some of the 6.8's used the 5R110 but not sure.
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I have no idea. but the megatronics and coverter are different
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Thanks for the replies, Yeah that's what I was trying to figure out for sure if all of the 5r110's are the same case and pattern like I have heard, and if that pattern is the same as say a 4.6 mustang engine..(not putting a torqshift in a mustang, however a 6.0 in a mustang would be interesting.. just need to take measurements of the bellhousing pattern to make an adapter for one and if they are the same pattern I can find an old mod engine transmission alot cheaper to get my measurements)
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currently there is a guy here in the metroplex that is building a 6.0 fox body. Ive seen the car. way more work then im up to. the guy building has quite a lot of talent.
theres also a 6.0 ranger pickup.
I knoiw the fox body has been retunneled to accomadate the 5r110.
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The 6.0L uses the same bolt pattern as the 5.4L and 6.8L.
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That would be pretty awesome, one of the fastest 7.3's in the quarter is in a 1st gen lightning. But on the bellhousing question, I just realized that the 6.0 has a removable adapter/rear cover, and i can just get one of those for measurements.
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Sorry Mark, didnt see your reply. Thanks for that info though, do all of the modular engines have the same pattern or did they change the 5.4's and 6.8's in the SD's?
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All the modulars have the same pattern.
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