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 Post subject: v8 bellhousing pattern help
Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:36 pm 
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hi all, this has probally been asked a million times but i can't find anywhere. Are the injected 5ltr windsors the same pattern as the 351 windsors, and are there any other motors that share the same pattern(like the 428). Im asking because dellow make a kit to put the injected motor into a patrol and i want a little extra balls. Thanks andrew.
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 Post subject: Re: v8 bellhousing pattern help
Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:39 pm 
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All smallblocks share the same pattern(except very early 5 bolt 260's/289's).
So any cleveland or windsor has the same pattern.
btw I'm putting an EFI 351w in my range rover. :mrgreen:
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Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:47 pm 
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If you want a bit of a read on putting a EFI 5.0 into a pootrol/Maverick have a read here.
the-garage-f53/the-evl-fleet-the-mav-el-xr8-and-the-wags-t78448.html

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 Post subject: Re: v8 bellhousing pattern help
Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 2:20 am 
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thanks XR9UTE thats exactly what i wanted, couple more quick questions what are the differences in flywheels is it just different starter or are they balanced to suit? And EVL098 what parts of the dellow kit did you find not up to scratch whats the quality of the bellhousing like and is it only made to fit windsor parts i.e. Starter, clutch, flywheel ect. Thanks andrew.
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Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 11:24 am 
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no wuckers.
There are 157T and 164T flywheels. All engines are 28oz imbalance except '82-up 5.0L which are 50oz.
So whatever flywheel you use it must match the balancer and the crank. Obviously the bell for a 157T flywheel is smaller than one for 164T flywheel.
The easy way around the imbalance issue is to use a 351 because they're all 28oz.
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Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 5:58 pm 
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XR9UTE wrote:
no wuckers.
There are 157T and 164T flywheels. All engines are 28oz imbalance except '82-up 5.0L which are 50oz.
So whatever flywheel you use it must match the balancer and the crank. Obviously the bell for a 157T flywheel is smaller than one for 164T flywheel.
The easy way around the imbalance issue is to use a 351 because they're all 28oz.


ok um another question then, what do the late model 5ltrs ie eb onwards use? are they 157T or 164T?
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 Post subject: Re: v8 bellhousing pattern help
Posted: Thu Mar 17, 2011 6:05 pm 
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157T manual
164T auto.
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