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Old 09-19-2012, 08:08 PM
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Another idea would be to move it back just a few inches so that the balancer clears the crossmember and then lower it.. Dry sump oil pan, one of those super small diameter clutch/flywheels and a custom bellhousing. Theres got to be a few inches of room to bring it down without sacrificing ground clearance compared to a wet sump motor.
I would think enough aluminum up front could achieve similar weight bias results to moving the motor back a significant amount.
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