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NO FAIR
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Joined: 24 Jul 2008
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Location: Auburn,Wa
67 Fairlane project restomod

Here is the link to my build
Needs work but is a rust free starter
521 cu in roughly 650 hp
c6
minitubbed 9" 3.89 35 spline detroit locker

http://s887.photobucket.com/albums/ac71/STROKERFAIRLANE/

Post Thu Oct 08, 2009 10:46 pm 
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outlawcaveman
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Joined: 13 Feb 2008
Posts: 54
Location: South Arkansas

Looks nice !!
What are the motor mounts
originally for ??
Did you modify your
shock towers at all ??

What brand headers are you
using?? They appear to fit well.

Cool car !!

Cool
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Post Sat Oct 10, 2009 6:47 pm 
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NO FAIR
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Thanks!
The shock towers are not notched but I wish I would have.
The motor mounts are from Crites kind of a hybred, some stock parts along with some custom fab work, a person is better off using their kit instead of trying to make them.
The headers are made by Maddog headers, I have to send them back to him to redo 3 of the tubes. I think it is because I have power steering and I am using the FRPP SCJ heads which have a raised exhuast port. If you are thinking about doing this swap I would recommend using the TFS heads and notching the shock towers.
Dave
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Post Sat Oct 10, 2009 8:37 pm 
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Beast
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SCJ Heads

I know that this is an old post and you probably know this by now, but the SCJ heads do not have a raised exhaust port.

X2 on notching the towers if anybody is contemplating this swap. I'm lucky, mine hasn't got them Very Happy .

Post Thu Mar 31, 2011 4:49 am 
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NO FAIR
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Re: SCJ Heads

quote:
Originally posted by Beast:
I know that this is an old post and you probably know this by now, but the SCJ heads do not have a raised exhaust port.

X2 on notching the towers if anybody is contemplating this swap. I'm lucky, mine hasn't got them Very Happy .


You are correct
Dave
Very Happy

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