Look at where your seated then picture a clutch explosion. IMHO this is one of the first things to include for any FFR build regardless of motor. If nothing else it will give you peace of mind in case you experience "unexpected wheel spin" or a missed shift.
I have QuickTime bell housing and it fit a bit snug. I mounted the motor to check for clearance on the headers/sidepipes before sending body to painter. I noticed that the bell housing is touching the chassis on both sides. Not to worry... I can grind that out a bit.
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