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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackFlareSide View Post
    Would you be able to reach the shifter at that driverís position? Or add linkage?


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    If he's moving the motor back 7" won't that also move the trans back the same? So the shifter will be reachable, just coming through a different area of the tunnel.

    Brian, why the major relocation?
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    [QUOTE=Raymond_B;2196174]If he's moving the motor back 7" won't that also move the trans back the same? So the shifter will be reachable, just coming through a different area of the tunnel.


    I know the shifter is far back on the T56 but looking at the picture of the seat location it still looks like a stretch..but itís so hard to tell from a picture(why I asked).

    Iím guessing moving weight back for balance is the primary reason but Iím eager to hear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond_B View Post
    If he's moving the motor back 7" won't that also move the trans back the same? So the shifter will be reachable, just coming through a different area of the tunnel.
    Quote Originally Posted by Briansshop View Post
    And moving the driver's position back also:
    Motor back, driver back. Same reach.

    Weight further back means it can launch better.
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    Yes, better weight distribution. Stock from Ford,in order to have a big back seat area,the engine/driver are very far forward. Figure with the fuel call and radiator at the back I can get it 50/50. The shifter is within reach,but if it needs it,Sikky makes these: https://www.sikky.com/product/t56-ma...elocation-kit/

    9" being the longest,4" the shortest.

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    We you have plenty of room for an intercooler LOL.

    Or maybe a crank driven Pro Charger
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