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Speedway CT525 to SBC Engine Motor Mount
Speedway CT525 to SBC Engine Motor Mount

Speedway CT525 to SBC Engine Motor Mount

Chevy LS V8, Engine Swap Application Compatibility, Steel Mount Material

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Speedway CT525 to SBC Engine Motor Mount
Speedway CT525 to SBC Engine Motor Mount
Speedway CT525 to SBC Engine Motor Mount
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Speedway CT525 to SBC Engine Motor Mount
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Application Compatibility:
Engine Swap
Mount Material:
Steel
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Speedway CT525 to SBC mounts will place a LS style engine into the exact same location as a Small Block Chevrolet with no changes required to your chassis. These mounts make it simple to convert to a LS based engine.  

The Left side mount has to 2 oil filter mount locations.  There is a tab on the front for vertical mounting the filter and 2 holes to the rear for a horizontal mounted filter.  They are set up for a Barnes 2058926 adaptor.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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