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  1. dunndeal

    dunndeal Member Established Member

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    I have a 2005 GT aluminum block that I want to install in my 2002 F-150. It has already been converted to a wet sump system. I'm told that there needs to be some machining done for it to accept a regular starter motor.
    Can anyone shed some light on this for me?
    Thanks
     
  2. DAVESVT2000

    DAVESVT2000 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    Just curious, Where or how did you get a Ford GT block?
     
  3. dunndeal

    dunndeal Member Established Member

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    My late brother, Mike Dunn, was a talented and successful automotive engineer. His last personal project was this Ford F-150 http://www.i-disappear.com/mad.htm. After his death I inherited the truck, along with it came numerous parts. Among them was a 2005 Ford GT aluminum block that he built into a short block.

    According to Ford Racing they are no longer available. I've been offered $5,000 for the block alone without the ModMax crank, Manley rods and whatever brand pistons are in it.
     

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