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  1. p5.0
    09-23-2012 03:35 PM - permalink
    hello. I am a new member and i saw that you designed engine mount brackets. can you email me the info to thanks. Philip
  2. buening
    03-21-2012 03:09 PM - permalink
    Check your mail, email has been sent Let me know if you have any problems
  3. rkowash
    03-21-2012 02:00 PM - permalink
    Hi, Can you send me dwg and pdf of your engine mount brackets? Thanks a bunch!
  4. buening
    01-25-2012 09:21 AM - permalink
    Hi chris, I used the stainless flex hoses for mine. I have not had a single leak issue that some people complain about, you just need to make sure the hose is installed into the end caps all the way. Hope this helps!
  5. mid-tn-mustang
    01-24-2012 11:10 PM - permalink
    Hi, i am putting a chevy style cross flow aluminum radiator in my 1969 with 351 w and was curious what you used for radiator hoses especially the bottom one. the stock one kinks due to the angle of the radiator inlet. thanks
  6. allsport0072001
    04-10-2011 11:08 PM - permalink

    Great post on the mounts. Could you send me a PDF of the measurements. The guy puytting in my engine. He put the mounts on backwards and since he couldn't get the engine to move far enough to the rear, cut the top plate in two and welded it together. I need to make a new top plate.


  7. buening
    03-10-2011 10:37 PM - permalink
    Yeah I have a 3.00 pegleg rear, so getting some 3.89s out back would definitely help getting off the line with this flywheel. thanks for the compliments and keep me updated on how you like that flywheel and clutch!
  8. Alan _MacDougall
    03-10-2011 06:38 PM - permalink
    Alan _MacDougall
    I agree, your 4" drive shaft would work to your favor when compared to a al drive shaft. I have a 3in steel drive shaft so it won't be as effective. Lots of variables when it comes to clutch engagement, car weight, gears, clutch material... I will see how it works shortly. If I don't like it, I will put the very heavy (33 lb billet steel) flywheel back on. Your trans conversion write up is great. Alan
  9. buening
    03-10-2011 04:20 PM - permalink
    Yeah pretty happy. I'm running the Spec Stage 2 clutch since my HP isn't too outstanding. I'm running a 4" steel Dynotech driveshaft from a NASCAR vehicle. Check out my T56 conversion thread in my signature of one of my posts. It has some pics. I'm sure the larger steel driveshaft tames the flywheel down a bit compared to also using an aluminum driveshaft.

    Honestly the whole aluminum flywheel thing is a matter of preference. You will either love it or hate it, and unfortunately installing it is the only way to find out.
  10. Alan _MacDougall
    03-10-2011 03:18 PM - permalink
    Alan _MacDougall
    ok sounds like you are happy with your setup. I have a new spec 3+ clutch and will use the sf05a flywheel. I just got my TKO back from Liberty's Gear after rework to correct the ****ing issues. I indexed my Quicktime bell already so I am good to go. Is your driveshaft Al or steel? Thanks for the feedback and nice car you have! Alan

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