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    I’m well aware of all the negative comments about Procomp products but I’ve also read some positives comments as well. I’m looking at these two flywheels for a 351W making about 375 hp and wondering if anyone has had direct experience with them. They are both SFI rated which I find surprising...
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    I'm building a 2nd 250-powered Lemons car because I'm clearly incapable of making good decisions. Anyway, I need to source a flywheel to hang off the formerly AT-equipped 250 I've got. It appears no parts supplier sells replacements. My understanding is the I6s are internally (or inherently)...
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    I'm building a 2nd 250-powered Lemons car because I'm clearly incapable of making good decisions. Anyway, I need to source a flywheel to hang off the formerly AT-equipped 250 I've got. It appears no parts supplier sells replacements. My understanding is the I6s are internally (or inherently)...
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    Hello. I am working on a 71 mustang with a 351C 4-speed. It has been in pieces for years and i have lost my Flywheel. I was hoping somebody on here could tell me where and what to get. It took the 11" clutch and the bellhousing has the part # D1TA 6394AA. Any help on this would be great...
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    Hey guys name is Bret. Ive been a Ford guy all my life and have a few Ford projects in the works. I have a 1946 ford Hot Rod 90% built a 1968 F100 Ranger with a 460. Just picked up a 1968 302 2v for $200. I was told it was pulled from a 1968 Mercury Cougar with 50,000 miles. I was skeptical...
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