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Old Jan 13th, 20, 12:16 PM
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Default 1967 Nova Ls Swap questions

Working on a resto-mod project on my bosses 67 Nova. Doing an ls swap with an iron block 5.3. Using a muncie 4 speed transmission. I cant seem to find a swap kit that will work with the Mustang II subframe kit. Anybody know of one? Or pieces of one I can piece together? Any info is appreciated.
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Old Jan 13th, 20, 02:25 PM
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Old Jan 13th, 20, 02:43 PM
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Check with Chuck, he may be able to help you out.

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Old Jan 13th, 20, 04:29 PM
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Who ever made your Mustang II front end most likely has an LS conversion kit for sale as well. Generically Holley sells generic kits with everything you will need in one box. Fat Man has a kit for their front end. And there are third party LS conversion specialists such as BRP Hotrods

(note their kit installs it in a stock front clip with custom motor mounts. You can buy motor mounts to install it in a Camaro / Nova or a Chevelle pick-up or a full size car and make your own frame stands with rectangular tubing and a leaf spring bushing inside a short length of round tubing:

Including the radiator (has different hoses than a SBC and the added need for a steam line),
Long lube headers
EFI gas tank, with fuel lines, (won't run on EFI without it),
ECU's that are programmable and wiring,
Oil pan (not an issue with a set of frame rails),
Transmission cross-member (I didn't read about it but I will guess it is for a five or six speed or an OD automatic that has he mount further back than the Muncie).

Like I say you can pick and choose what you need from their offered parts.

http://www.brphotrods.com/products/6...cts/index.html

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