Re: Driveline vibrations
I have renewed both of the uni joins and it has made no difference.
When I originally did the conversion, the existing EB yoke and tailshaft went in. This is when the vibrations began. I changed the EB yoke to the ED yoke (which is the same, however it also has a big counterweight attached to the front of it). This made no difference as well.
The clutch that went in the first time was made by LUK - Valco (and I have purchased it from Ford spare parts department - twice now). I thought that maybe (longshot I know!) it was a faulty clutch, so I completely renewed it and machined the flywheel again. Same vibrations again, however when the second clutch was new, the vibrations were noticably "smaller" but as the clutch has become older, the vibrations have got "bigger", and as I said before, the vibrations get worse as the loading increases in the car.
My hunch is that the clutch is to blame, and I'm thinking about renewing it a third time but this time using a different brand.
Ford apparently no longer get their clutch kits through from Motorcraft anymore. They use as said above LUK - Valco.
If anyone has any other suggestions, I will be glad to hear them.