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    1. #21
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      Have you explored converters yet?
      Donny

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    2. #22
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      Quote Originally Posted by dontlifttoshift View Post


      Have you explored converters yet?
      Going to use the stock Dodge converter for now. If it isn't good for whatever reason, there are options from several vendors.

      Andrew
      1970 GTO Version 3.0
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    3. #23
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      That's a really impressive amount of power N/A. Guess the ole saying is true, no replacement for displacement!


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    4. #24
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      Don't hate me...I guess Ford engineers decided to use readily available parts for the Godzilla engines. The lifters are exactly the same as LS lifters, so I decided to upgrade them to a high quality part.















      Given that the current LS3 in the Cougar probably had a lifter failure, I did not want to take a chance.



      Andrew
      1970 GTO Version 3.0
      1967 Cougar build
      GM High-Tech Performance feature
      My YouTube Channel Please Subscribe!
      Instagram @projectgattago
      Dr. EFI
      I deliver what EFI promises.
      Remote Holley EFI tuning.
      Please get in touch if I can be of service.

      "You were the gun, your voice was the trigger, your bravery was the barrel, your eyes were the bullets." ~ Her

    5. #25
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      Is the timing lockout necessary to achieve your goals with this engine? The price of that cam is eye opening.

    6. #26
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      Quote Originally Posted by wfo guy View Post
      Is the timing lockout necessary to achieve your goals with this engine? The price of that cam is eye opening.
      The cam also includes a new timing gear mechanism that eliminates the VVT. Eliminating VVT is not necessary, but I did not want to retain it, mostly for reliability reasons. MAST has always been on the pricey ends for parts, plus #FordTax

      Andrew
      1970 GTO Version 3.0
      1967 Cougar build
      GM High-Tech Performance feature
      My YouTube Channel Please Subscribe!
      Instagram @projectgattago
      Dr. EFI
      I deliver what EFI promises.
      Remote Holley EFI tuning.
      Please get in touch if I can be of service.

      "You were the gun, your voice was the trigger, your bravery was the barrel, your eyes were the bullets." ~ Her

    7. #27
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      Any recent updates? I'm curious how you plan on mounting the Godzilla. Converting the pan and pump system to front sump or completely changing to a MII front end to accommodate the rear sump pan that comes with the Godzilla? I just pulled my 408w and have been wanting to come up with a creative way to keep stock style suspension and not pay out the butt for the oil pan/pump drive conversion. Love following your projects, cheers!



    8. #28
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      This looks like it'll be a fun project, Andrew!
      Henrik

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    9. #29
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      Quote Originally Posted by debrady86 View Post
      Any recent updates? I'm curious how you plan on mounting the Godzilla. Converting the pan and pump system to front sump or completely changing to a MII front end to accommodate the rear sump pan that comes with the Godzilla? I just pulled my 408w and have been wanting to come up with a creative way to keep stock style suspension and not pay out the butt for the oil pan/pump drive conversion. Love following your projects, cheers!
      I have been very busy the last few months. We moved to Texas and I still don't have any of my tools. Odds are that I won't get to the Cougar until the fall.

      The current plan is to retain the shock towers and stock style TCP suspension.

      Quote Originally Posted by chevyz240 View Post
      This looks like it'll be a fun project, Andrew!
      Thank you!

      Andrew
      1970 GTO Version 3.0
      1967 Cougar build
      GM High-Tech Performance feature
      My YouTube Channel Please Subscribe!
      Instagram @projectgattago
      Dr. EFI
      I deliver what EFI promises.
      Remote Holley EFI tuning.
      Please get in touch if I can be of service.

      "You were the gun, your voice was the trigger, your bravery was the barrel, your eyes were the bullets." ~ Her

    10. #30
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      Quote Originally Posted by andrewb70 View Post
      I have been very busy the last few months. We moved to Texas and I still don't have any of my tools. Odds are that I won't get to the Cougar until the fall.

      The current plan is to retain the shock towers and stock style TCP suspension.



      Thank you!

      Andrew



      Awesome! I also have a TCP suspension setup as well, and will follow this closely to see how you overcome the crossmember/oil pan setup. Unfortunately 71-73s have a crossmember that cannot be removed.

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