how much time do think ou put into this aboutsTOrMy96 said:Been there and done the swap, Its more pain then its worth IMO. you have to use the motor mounts off the sled that you putting the storm into. then you will have to make 1" blocks to lift the motor up so the steering shaft clears. then you will have to cut the exhaust manifolds and change the angles on them to get the pipes to fit. It gets super crammed in there. This is what mine looked like when we got done doing it.
Its alot of work.
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I don't know if I would say that. Most of the time is spent trying to get the motor lined up and set in there right. With the plate that I have all the hard work is already done. It was a very fast sled and well worth the time. Just my .02sTOrMy96 said:time wise..... to much.. proly over 20 hours
Im thinking next with the hoilday It should work out only time will tellTylerC said:you also have to consider, is 20+ hours really that bad? It is the off season and sounds like a fun job
Do you have a extra one?yellowstorm800 said:I did this exact conversion. I still have the custom motor plate we built if your interested in it. I'm not sure if stock pipes would work with it but I ran PSI modblasters on mine and they fit great with a little clearancing of the hood. Let me know.