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Old 03-30-2008, 11:57 PM   #1
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will a t5 and bellhousing out of a 1985 gt fit on a 351c
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i would dare say no? and a 351c will not fit in a stang anyways. a 351c is still a small block so it might but i would put a c6 behind that one
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i would dare say no? and a 351c will not fit in a stang anyways. a 351c is still a small block so it might but i would put a c6 behind that one
And yes, a 351c will fit in a fox body mustang with special headers and an oil pan made for the swap.
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i would dare say no? and a 351c will not fit in a stang anyways. a 351c is still a small block so it might but i would put a c6 behind that one

you dont think a 351c will fit in a 96 mustang, i have seen people put a 557 in a mustang, and why would i put a c6 behind it lol, big and heavy equals no good, i can get a built c4 if i wanted to go auto, but i hate a slosh box so i will stay with my t5 till it blows then buy a viper t56.
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well i wouldnt want anything that big in theer unless it is putting out the power to make up for the bigger motor.and yes i siad a c6 just because that is what i have seen the 460 and bbf hooked to they just have to be reworked for more speed.I used to have a t5 blow it out with my 302 so i have a c4 with a stage 2 shift kit that was just rebiuld and it gives me the same as a t5 just with out the clutch i will go back to a t5 when i can find one that is not $350-800
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