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03-26-2009 07:33 AM
ckelly
Re: Swap 1989 roller block in 1969 Mustang

You can do search on ProComp, either here or the general internet and form your own opinion.



03-26-2009 07:23 AM
bmcd66250
Re: Swap 1989 roller block in 1969 Mustang

For a damper I used a Pro Products, it will accept 3- or 4-bolt pulleys, can change the imbalance by swapping weights ($11) and has timing marks for all three pointer locations that Ford used. I had to use a 3/8" pulley spacer ($15).
03-25-2009 08:05 PM
bfed
Re: Swap 1989 roller block in 1969 Mustang

Thanks, The engine will have Edelbrock carb/ manifold, Comp Cam XE264, Shorty headers. I am still looking for heads that I can afford. Someone told me Ebay has ad for Procomp #3037. I have not checked it out. Have any comments? I will keep the v belt. Looking for 50 oz damper and flexplate to match pulley. If you know of company that offers the complete pulley and damper let me know. I also have a 2400 stall and C4 transmission. The car will be a daily driver.
03-25-2009 06:23 PM
retyler
Re: Swap 1989 roller block in 1969 Mustang

Front sump oil pan, timing cover to accommodate a fuel pump if going manual. Water pump, distributor with steel gear, correct pulleys for front dress. If you have a 302 in the car now everything will switch over except the balancer and flywheel/ flex plate. A 1985 distributor for a roller block will work. I'm sure I'm missing something, but we don't know your plans.
03-25-2009 11:03 AM
bmcd66250
Re: Swap 1989 roller block in 1969 Mustang

Need more info. Auto or manual trans? Carb or EFI? Serpentine or v-belt to run accessories?
03-24-2009 08:27 PM
bfed
Swap 1989 roller block in 1969 Mustang

I just purchased 1989 roller. I would like to install in 1969 Mustang Coupe. My question is what will I need to change to install this motor? I also need manufactures of these parts.

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