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Old 14-08-2017, 02:31 PM   #4801
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Well done mate...I hope you will have a long and happy marriage. Very pretty!
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Cool idea having the fiesta as your wedding car. Congrats on getting married matey.
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congratulations on your wedding,

I have got a quick question when you were making the GTR to cosworth bellhousing,you had it bolted to a ford cylinder block does it matter what block it is ? does it have to be a cosworth block and crank.
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congratulations on your wedding,

I have got a quick question when you were making the GTR to cosworth bellhousing,you had it bolted to a ford cylinder block does it matter what block it is ? does it have to be a cosworth block and crank.
You could bolt it to a thick plate as long as you make sure nothing can move with the heat.
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The block I have is a pinto block so exactly the same as a cosworth block for the purpose of bolting up a dummy box and sump,

The crank is different but it's only being used as a centreline guide to align using a turned centering tool I made that sits over the crank end and the box input guide slides in the other end to make sure the 2 are perfectly aligned
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