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  1. Better late than never..... RPM gave me the idea for the U nuts. Drill holes in the shroud to mount them with washers.
  2. Any chance you can post a picture of how you mounted the fans? I plan to do this now and would love some ideas I couldn't decide on how to run my wiring but since I figured that out, I want to mount the fans and wire them up. Thanks man
  3. Only 1 day late this time for me to reply..... I'm getting better! I would consider the voltage drop normal because at idle the alternator puts out little amperage. I have a 140 amp alt from CVF that I bought with my pulley system. Do you have the same one? Glad to hear that the fans could control the temps that low. Side story.....I had a custom 300 amp hairpin alternator for some car audio set up I had and the car I had it on would idle low while in drive if it was in drive. Well, the alternator needed another 100 rpm's to "turn on" and while idling at red lights my voltage would drop to mid to low 12's. I wasn't happy with that $700 alternator
  4. I'm definitely still learning but aren't those temps too low? What's the thermostat temp you have? I forgot to check back sooner...
  5. I'm glad you started this thread, I have been wondering the same thing on how to mount the same fans to my ACP radiator. Also, since we have the same guages/fan controller this info is gold to me!
  6. I'm looking for one in great condition. No cracks or broken tabs. Thanks guys
  7. When I got into my shock towers I saw no cracks. After I made my kit that Rsanter doesn't like and welded the plates in a few cracks appeared. I'm doing a hot rod so I V grinded them and welded them in. I haven't driven my car yet but I'm sure they'll be fine
  8. Not mine.... it's a PTC 10" and it only has threaded holes on it. I looked it up before and it's a decent brand. It came with the 4r70w I bought used. I guess the guy either removed the studs or it had bolts. I was measuring for the bolts last night and my converter has 3/4" max available depth so I'm looking for 7/16" 3/4"-20 with some thick locking washers or studs with the nuts I guess. My flexplate has 1" max available depth with it mounted and it has the same thread pitch as the converter so 7/16" 1"-20 with thick locking washers. For the bellhousing, I need 2.25" length bolts and don't see packs of 6..... whatever. Always something
  9. Oh crap, thats some bad luck. luckily you have the knowledge.
  10. Fantastic news! I'll add the bolts to my order. Thanks Bob
  11. I bolted up my flexplate with the block plate and I inserted my torque converter all the way into the trans (3 steps). I bolted up my 4r70w to my 351w and I can slide the torque converter roughly 3/16" (0.1975) from its seated position against the trans to the flexplate. Is that enough space or do I need to space it out more? Super stoked I'm finally at this step! I'm going to order some bellhousing bolts, flexplate bolts and bolts for the torque converter to flexplate then I can give the final assembly. I know arp bolts are nice and strong but do I really need all of these in arp? Just curious
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