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Motor CARNAGE!!!!! More than I thought. A lot of pics.

Broke my bellhousing. The crank is in three pieces and a lot more ****. Heads didn't get touch and the block actually looks good but I haven't took the 2 rods and piston out that broke so I don't know what those cylinders look like.














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Damn that thing came apart in a big way!! Sorry to see that, looks like you had some good stuff into it.

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sorry to hear & see that,,, what was the cause?????
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I realize it's an FE, but what crank?

I had a Scat 9000 crank break in exactly the same place a little over a year ago. Did the same thing to the bellhousing.

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It was a Scat crank

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Sorry to see that, hopefully the block is OK, noticed the screw ins and cross bolts, is it an original 427 block?
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The ribs in the side of the block indicate it is most likely a service block, correct me if I'm wrong Falcon.



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It's a 427 sideoilier block which is for sale along with every other FE part I own. The motor was 487ci. Ran high 6.30's and low 6.40'[email protected] in the 1/8 at 3350lbs.

I'm going to a 460. I'm taking my dad 503ci with CJ heads out of his car and sticking it in mine and building him a 528ci A headed motor. His 503ci went 9.0'[email protected] at 2600lbs

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68 Falcon Full Cage and FE 487ci. Blown up FE

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I hope that the rear trans mount wasn't a solid mount. That could be the cause.

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I hope that the rear trans mount wasn't a solid mount. That could be the cause.

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No it's not solid. First run on this motor ever was June 9, 2007 and the Last run was April 25, 2009. This was entered in 2 classes racing every other weekend. I would put 25 runs on it on a weekend if I did good that weekend. I wont be double entering the same car anymore since I'll be drive my dads car also.

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Driver (77 Mustang II) BBF 503ci PG trans, Dana 60 rear, 4.10 gears, Full Chassis car

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It's a 427 sideoilier block which is for sale along with every other FE part I own.
Are you switching it to a 460 based set up?

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The trans case is halfway cut for an ultrabell already!

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I'm going to a 460. I'm taking my dad 503ci with CJ heads out of his car and sticking it in mine and building him a 528ci A headed motor. His 503ci went 9.0'[email protected] at 2600lbs

90 Notch 69 351W bored .030 over

68 Falcon Full Cage and FE 487ci. Blown up FE

Driver (77 Mustang II) BBF 503ci PG trans, Dana 60 rear, 4.10 gears, Full Chassis car
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