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Hemituner

5939 In For An Overhaul!

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Nice looking plates but man I hate having to pull the motor out of the top... I've been doing all the ones at my shop to still come out the bottom with the cradle..

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Even with removing the nose, gear drive, And transmission myself and and Brian at the shop were able to remove the engine out of my black car in just under an hour. The goal besides structure was to make the car serviceable in a flat stall environment. Cradle removal almost always ends up in having to reset or at least check alignment being the cradle nuts float in the frame. Another obstacle for someone at the track or in the garage.  

Thanks

AJ

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Who is doing your harness?

I just installed my Hotwire harness.

Sure is nice to get all that useless crap out of the way.

Bill

Chris does all of mine as well. Nice and clean with no extras...PERFECT! 

Thanks

AJ

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Gotcha John.. No lift makes a difference.. I just got spoiled to pulling them out the bottom ..lol.. The way I do the plates you could do it either way but I'm almost always gonna opt for out the bottom..lol

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