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Longitudinal Ford?? by breakneck88
Started on: 10-23-2003 05:06 PM
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Just curious here. fords rotate the oposite way than most GM motors, Correct? If so I might believe they can be mated to a reverse rotation set up with lets say a SBC?? Not that I will ever do something like this but I was curious to see if anyone has done something like this. I was at the salvage yard and found a beefy frontwheel drive ford tranny.
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Originally posted by breakneck88:

Just curious here. fords rotate the oposite way than most GM motors, Correct? If so I might believe they can be mated to a reverse rotation set up with lets say a SBC?? Not that I will ever do something like this but I was curious to see if anyone has done something like this. I was at the salvage yard and found a beefy frontwheel drive ford tranny.

I think hondas are the only engines that rotate the opposite direction. V8 fords rotate the same direction as GMs.

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