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    My 368 is out


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    Done for now, running good
    Still going to clean it up more and more chrome in the future but I'm cruising with it

    Thanks to everyone who posted in this thread there is very good information in here

    Thanks alot
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    So everything works OK? If you want to clean up more engine bay you can get rid of those braces from the frame up to the rad support and the little crash bars up top

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoupeDTS View Post
    So everything works OK? If you want to clean up more engine bay you can get rid of those braces from the frame up to the rad support and the little crash bars up top
    Everything is running good bro

    I have a very small power steering leak but other than that it runs nice

    I was thinking of getting those bars chromed but if I don't need them maybe it is best to just get rid of them
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    The homie Rick at Unlimited Suspension https://www.layitlow.com/forums/1010-...ed-hustle.html made me a nice transmission cross member to accommodate the Chevy 350/700r4 combo with dual exhaust. This along with his slip yoke driveline makes drop in easy with the engine mounts in the factory location.
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    So if I'm understanding correctly do I take the fuel filter from back of the car and put the electric pump in its place. I'm doing a sbc 350 swap in a 89 Cadillac brougham

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    Can someone let me know where to place the electric pump on a 1989 Cadillac brougham. I don't see a old fuel filter. Thanks

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    pm sent.

    most electric pumps come with a screw in filter you can use.
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