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Topic: motor plates
From: Batesville,MS. , U.S.A.
Registered: Mar 2002
posted 12-14-2002 11:56 PM
I ran across a web site once where this guy made front motor plates that fit between the timing cover and the block, for FORD motors. I think someone on here posted that site. Does this ring a bell with anyone? I searched the site and came up with zilch.
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From: Lyons, IL, USA
Registered: May 99
posted 12-15-2002 06:14 PM
Try Competition Engineering and S&W Race Cars for starters. Both offer those types of motor plates. I don't like that style personally but that's just me I guess.
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From: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Registered: Dec 2001
posted 12-16-2002 08:15 AM
Chris Alston offers them too
For that type of motor plate to work properly, the timing cover should be milled the thickness of the plate.
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