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Been a couple years in the making but finally got the motor in and fired up this past week. This motor and project has been a lot of fun and learned a lot along the way from this here forum.
Basics of the motor are:
460 .030 over
Keith Black flat top hypers
Revised D3 heads
Zero decked block
10 to 1 comp
Lunati Bare Bones 11601
Holley 3310 750cfm

A built T5 will be behind it. SN95 Disc brakes all around. Suspension support and everything else to keep the car from tearing apart.

Hope these pics and video load.

Overall, some things needed some massaging! but if you got the shop and the tools its just mock up and trial and error.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjWcjnKPRS0&list=UUSSV26NJTCBdBS-Idx1SkOg
 

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Nice car, sounds great. Congrats!

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T5 will get rebuilt with internals that will handle it before i get crazy with it. No plans to drag the car. would like to see what it can do but it is just an overkill street car because why not right?!
 

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Cool build. Why not drag it? What are you doing for a belt/bracket system to run the alternator? Looks like exactly what I need. Thanks
 

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I originally used 5.0 mustang pullies modified but didn't quite line up. Ended up with March alternator bracket, crank and water pump pullies, serpentine. I used a 3g alternator with the pig tail and it was a simple hook up. It will go to the track but not purpose built for it. Just wanted something different for the street
 

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And so far, no k member spacers. Don't want them, but even with a 2in cowl I can't fit much of an air cleaner under it.
 

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Getting that t5 clutch cable to fit past those headers was inventive! Ended up cutting into my $$$$ bellhousing some more. Had to move the pivot point. Grind and re welded and moved from 9oclock to about 730 position, along with cutting a new hole for the clutch fork. Should be on the street soon.
 
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