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Old 03-18-2004, 08:46 PM
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bellhousing pattern

I assume these huge torque monsters won't bolt up to the T18 in the '87
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Nope, big 'ol SAE pattern...
Not only will it not bolt up to the transmission, it won't fit in your 87's engine bay
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Oh I'm sure it could be made to fit with enough cutting / hacking / welding.
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they are real friggin heavy, you want to put this in a 1/2 ton?
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Well a fully dressed FE weighs upwards of 700lbs, so it'd be like having a 300lb fat guy sitting on your bumper. Not too bad. Just a spring upgrade and you're golden. Probably wouldnt even have to do that, might make it look cool to have the front end dropped a little!
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Dang ya'll are gettin weird. Next you'll want to extude hone the intake, heads and have custom 2" primary headers fabbed up. then you'll either want two t-trim blowers on it or twin super turbos, one smaller for faster spool up and the other so loud it'll sound like an elephant getting an enama.
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Dang ya'll are gettin weird. Next you'll want to extude hone the intake, heads and have custom 2" primary headers fabbed up. then you'll either want two t-trim blowers on it or twin super turbos, one smaller for faster spool up and the other so loud it'll sound like an elephant getting an enama.
What's wrong with that? Except for the elephant, that is.
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Even the elephant may like it if he's constipated enough!! LOL
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