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Old 01-30-2007, 10:23 PM   #71
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That is way impressive Jeff. That looks like a fun project!
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Old 01-30-2007, 10:26 PM   #72
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That is way impressive Jeff. That looks like a fun project!
Nice sig picture! You got an LSD in that thing?!?!?
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Nope, with an open diff that works this good.......
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No he doesn't.
All part of the freakish nature of his SSEi beast
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Nope, with an open diff that works this good.......
It won't last long if you keep doin that! You can't tell, but the wheels are definately turning different speeds. The pin is screaming "HELLLLP!"

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If it blows, it blows....
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Old 01-31-2007, 03:41 AM   #77
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hey jeff i got to get to bed for work today (lol) i have alot of welding i need to do....

i'll post here first thing after work tomarrow but in regards to the mount here is one of the few pics i have of the front mount from a Vin C 90 Toronado Trofeo with the LN3

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talk to ya tomarrow g'night
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hey jeff i got to get to bed for work today (lol) i have alot of welding i need to do....

i'll post here first thing after work tomarrow but in regards to the mount here is one of the few pics i have of the front mount from a Vin C 90 Toronado Trofeo with the LN3

it'* an option
Thanks! Ya, that'* the Reatta, Riv, Tornado, Trofeo mount (E-body?, modified H-body). It looks like the std. H-body uses a similar engine bracket, but not the big cast aluminum piece. From the Reatta L67 swap I finished in Nov, that mount puts the rubber pretty far from the block. It looks like the block in the H-body is much closer to the frame.

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Just wanted to mention I've been following your work. It'* a very interesting project, keep up the great work and I'll look forward to reading more on your progress.

Cheers,
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Just wanted to mention I've been following your work. It'* a very interesting project, keep up the great work and I'll look forward to reading more on your progress.

Cheers,
Thanks alot! It'll be done soon. My first thought is how much power this big-a** transmission is going to siphon off... I was originally just doing the transmission, but decided to do all the mods at once. It really doesn;t matter, I guess.
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