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Old 04-05-2005, 20:01   #1 (permalink)
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460 in ZH???

Am considering buying a friends ZH LTD and if so i would hope to throw a 460 in there, as i have done in an xb. I dont think that i remember reading any threads in here on on this combo. So does anyone know whether there is a kit for this? And are there any problems, or restrictions in the engine bay?
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Re: 460 in ZH???

Real nice fit.Use pacemaker pipes and they do matching mount plates also or dellow also do some nice mounts too. Everything pretty much bolts up.Use a short c6 with a normal type rear mount as opposed to a long lincoln type with a strange rear mount and it will fit the factory crossmember.
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