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Old 09-30-12, 12:03PM   #16
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2- Seems like the motor mount bosses were in a slightly different location, so the motor sat crooked.

Is it and after market block ?
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Just a note,We have inventory on Tigers at different stages of completition.Bill C.
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Old 10-01-12, 10:09AM   #18
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Gach,

Steve's block is IA-II. One of the 3.25" versions. I can "enlighten" anyone wanting to use that combo.

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Yeah I saw that after I posted. 800 HP on the street is killer HP. With plenty room to grow. Obviously fitting it all underneath that Hood Calls for some sacrificing in horsepower. I don't blame you for wanting to keep it all under that hood, "who wants to go through the expense and aggravation of replacing that hood. It's a killer combination. Way more than enough horsepower on the street.
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Old 10-08-12, 08:46AM   #20
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Were the modifications very difficult? Do you think it would fit differently in an A body ?
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Old 10-28-12, 10:21AM   #21
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Anybody that wants to run the 3.25 block should talk to Mr Pbody as he can "enlighten" you! We can laugh now...

Spure, if you can do a little cutting. grinding and welding, no problem. It should fit in your car nicely. Go for it cause in the end you will be very happy. I wanted to sell that car several times during the process but now it is not for sale.

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