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  1. Dave R
    09-17-2009 - permalink
    Dave R
    J,
    I didn't use the block plate. I just went with the SKR mid plate and that's it. The more you have between the motor and tranny bell, the more spacers you have to run in the converter to keep the pump engaged. So, I have the tranny, bellhousing, SKR mid plate (1/8th inch) and then the block. The starter bolts up fine and is in the same spot since it's up against the plate that takes place of the faatory block plate. The flex plate is in the stock spacing and I have just under 1/8th inch washers between the converter and flexplate. The center hirn of the converter that goes into the crank was built slightly longer for this setup.

    Make sense?

    Dave
  2. poneyexpress
    01-25-2009 - permalink
    poneyexpress
    Welcome to the site .

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