351w with a c-4 auto in a 1989 Fox Body

Old 11-21-2010, 07:51 PM
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Default 351w with a c-4 auto in a 1989 Fox Body

I have a 351w 1969 factory 4bl engine, 8) is there a specific way the torqueconverter gets bolted on? :roll: ,with the special balance involved it must be important, :shock: ,and who has a manifold in aluminum for me
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Default Re: 351w with a c-4 auto in a 1989 Fox Body

Originally Posted by NaughtyPonyGirl
I have a 351w 1969 factory 4bl engine, 8) is there a specific way the torqueconverter gets bolted on? :roll: ,with the special balance involved it must be important, :shock: ,and who has a manifold in aluminum for me
I got one of those in a 84 Ford F350.

To answer your question the only way the torque converter gets bolted on are the 4 studs go thru the flywheel and nuts get screwed onto them. Just got to make sure that the converter is all the way installed into the transmission before installing it.

To answer the second question.......

I believe even the stock intake manifolds are all aluminum. :P :P

Seriously tho I would check out the classifieds for the intake manifold for it.
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