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Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2007 9:05 pm 
Parts Gopher

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Ride: el

Location: narre warren
VIC, Australia

i have an el gli falcon i6 auto and would like to drop a 5l v8 and 5 speed into it
do i need an engineers certificate or anythin and is the conversion itself easy enought to do
and does anyone know if a stock 5l will be legal for a p plate driver
Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:42 pm 
Getting Side Ways
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Posts: 3529

Joined: 5th Nov 2004

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Ride: 93 Maverick LWB/S2 LWB Delica

Power: 75 rwkw

Location: uoʇǝlƃuıs lʍoq ʇsnp
NSW, Australia

As you are new (Welcome by the way) I won't flame you for not using the search feature near the top right side on every forum page.

EL is similar to to all E series Falcons, if you search you can read some older threads (some as little as just over two weeks since someone posted in it). ... conversion ... conversion ... conversion ... conversion ... conversion ... conversion ... conversion ... conversion ... conversion

There is a few members on here that have finished the conversion, one is ovo616, read some of his threads.
The threads go forever on E series V8 conversions, and this is for this database, this data base has only been running since November 2004, imagine if the old database was available, it started in December 2002.

Also read 351EL's threads, he is fitting a 351W to his NF, there is probably something you can learn from the replies, especially XR9UTE's



93 Ford Maverick LWB automatic petrol guzzler (gets stuck where Deli doesn't, big pumpkins :evil:)
97 S2 Mitsubishi Delica LWB (off the road getting v8 transplant)

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