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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-16-2017, 01:59 AM Thread Starter
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Bellhousing to the drive shaft

Just bought a 408 cu.in. 425hp / 455tq from Blue Print Engines , saw them at the Huntington Beach FFR show last month . still need to purchase Bell-housing , Flywheel , Clutch & pressure plate , TKO 600 , and drive shaft ! Reaching out for recommendations on what parts to purchase and where to buy them ( any deals out there ), definitely don't want a heavy clutch ,Thanks for all your HELP

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Call Mike Forte. He is an advertiser on the forum.

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Be sure to check w/ Blueprint Engines on how they balanced the crank. Once you move into stroker kits some are zero balanced.
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Yeah I called up Blue Print engines and they said I needed a 28oz. flywheel cause they had already supplied me with the harmonic balancer , Thanks I'll also be talking to Mike , I've already been in contact with him re: other parts I've purchased from him ! Thanks for the imput
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Billet Steel Flywheel

Fortes would be a good source for the clutch. I went with the McLeod Twin Disc but I'm not sure I would recommend it.


I believe this is a good flywheel for your application.
Ford Performance Parts Flywheels M-6375-A302B - SFI rated
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/f...view/make/ford

Don't forget the bolts - ARP-200-2802
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/arp-200-2802

This is a good bellhousing for your application - Non SFI (but meets sfi standards for your safety) - Does not hang below the frame.
QuickTime Bellhousings RM-6060
https://www.summitracing.com/parts/q...view/make/ford


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