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I know when I installed the LT headers on my truck, the collectors would have rested in the same place the bend for the factory Y pipe would have been on the drivers side and right where the Y would have been on the Pass side. I'm sure there's some differences between brands So I can't say for sure.



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I currently have a basani Y-Pipe so what i'm going to do is cut the pipes just as the pipe turns straight into the collector that has the O2 bung, that way I can push that back towards the rear of the truck and give myself room to route from the end of the LT's to the remenants of the bassani y-pipe. Hopefully I'll be able to complete this swap within the next 6 months. I'll make sure to post pics of course.

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ya sure with your expectations
go with 2.5" dual exhaust

good luck on the P&P; if ya aint done it befoer get some guidance
your comp level is high
and the stall is kinda low


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It's at 2.5" dual right now. My buddy has a couple pairs of throw away heads that we are gonna practice on. The cam I want recommends a 2k+ stall converter. Also, when I calculated it I calculated flattop pistons so getting dishes will help.
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Please tell me you aren't going with a Ford Racing Letter Cam, IE: E303, B303, etc.

Our webmaster nine5 had a Voodoo in his 302 before he rebuilt it, and after he installed an E303, he said he hates the E303 and should've kept the Voodoo.
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Blue, thats just one man's opinion. Lol.



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Crane Cams for now. I might find a similar grind for compcams.
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I was keeping my mouth shut but I'm gonna speak up now, Blue you REALLY need to do more research before blabbering about gt40 heads and ford alphabet cams for any build. Really and truly an alphabet cam is NOT a bad choice for a small block build, they are super budget friendly and when paired correctly with your converter if you're running auto it's FINE. Nine5 did not like his because it was not paired with the right converter and would almost stall in traffic.
Also, gt40(p) heads are NOT a great choice for the 351. They do not flow enough air to be an upgrade enough to bother with when you factor in machine work needed to mount them and that most heads will need valves springs lifters etc for an aftermarket cam.

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I am looking at a complete kit from compcams right now. I also looked at Lunati's website. Thier cams seem to have a much higher lift to duration ratio. If I understand correctly that means more power at a lower RPM. I sent in a request for a camshaft suggestion and provided all of the information I had readily available.


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