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Re: Replacing Engine in 970 Case

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12-20-2012 19:43:54

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Use the 970 pan, 1370 radiator, 970 flywheel. You have to do some fabricating for the air intake to get it under the hood. Mine has a late 1070 fitler housing. If your 504 is a later one with oilers you'll want to run close to 5 gal of oil. It will put the oil level right at the F in Full on the 970 dipstick. If you use the 13 tin oil pan you will lose the support the 970 pan provides.

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12-21-2012 05:31:33

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 Re: Replacing Engine in 970 Case in reply to JW, 12-20-2012 19:43:54  
Did you have trouble with the oil pump gear hitting the pan when you put the cast pan on?
We had that problem with a 504 out of a 2670 that we put in an 1170. When we snugged it up we poped an ear off of the timing cover. 1370 may have a different oil pump. If you do not use cast pan side rails would be a good idea

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12-20-2012 20:50:42

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 Re: Replacing Engine in 970 Case in reply to JW, 12-20-2012 19:43:54  
That looks very nice, most people would think its factory equipment. Did the exhaust line up with the original muffler hole? Rod.

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12-21-2012 06:19:00

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 Re: Replacing Engine in 970 Case in reply to 1370rod, 12-20-2012 20:50:42  
Yes, It has a 1175/early 1370 muffler on it. The newer 13 muffler would sit high enough to clear the hood line if you put it on backwards but it looked too big on there. It was quieter though. We put a 451 bdt in a friends 970 2 or 3 years ago. That turned out well. He uses his pretty hard but hasn't tore anything up yet.

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