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  • 03-11-2019, 22:25
    mygasser
    some before and after surgery pics of ashley's th350 and one of my coil and module for the valiant. does the coil look familiar?
    neil.
  • 03-11-2019, 22:16
    mygasser
    Quote Originally Posted by coupster View Post
    Ive not ordered from summit before but need some bits - Do you pay duty and shipping all up front or how does it work and is their shipping reasonable?
    when you go to checkout there are shipping options, some of which include duties. take your pick.
    the bellhousing was $322, with shipping and duties $409 (316 sterling).
    neil.
  • 03-11-2019, 06:33
    coupster
    Quote Originally Posted by mygasser View Post
    the coil and hei module arrived from china so all i'm waiting for now is the 'heat sink' grease goop for between the module and whatever i bolt it to (bottom of the dizzy probably).
    also ashley's jw ultrabell bellhousing for his th350 arrived from summit this week. i ordered it monday evening and it arrived wednesday morning at my door! wow that's fast. tomorrow morning we're cutting the broken bell' off of the trans' and bolting the new one on. he's then going to refit the box tomorrow afternoon so he can use the car again finally.
    i'll put some pics of the surgery up tomorrow.
    neil.
    Ive not ordered from summit before but need some bits - Do you pay duty and shipping all up front or how does it work and is their shipping reasonable?
  • 02-11-2019, 22:51
    mygasser
    the coil and hei module arrived from china so all i'm waiting for now is the 'heat sink' grease goop for between the module and whatever i bolt it to (bottom of the dizzy probably).
    also ashley's jw ultrabell bellhousing for his th350 arrived from summit this week. i ordered it monday evening and it arrived wednesday morning at my door! wow that's fast. tomorrow morning we're cutting the broken bell' off of the trans' and bolting the new one on. he's then going to refit the box tomorrow afternoon so he can use the car again finally.
    i'll put some pics of the surgery up tomorrow.
    neil.
  • 15-10-2019, 14:50
    mygasser
    I collected the engine Sunday which is now sat in my garage. It has the mopar electronic distributor so in theory I need the mopar module, ballasted coil, ballast resistor and the little loom to plug it all together. It's available as a package on American ebay for about 100. But I've ordered an updated Gm hei 4 pin module and an e core high output coil for just over 25 for both as i'm tight. There's a company stateside that makes a bracket to bolt the module to the mopar dizzy under the advance can but I'll make my own, again as I'm tight. Apart from cost this setup will give a better spark and is arguably more reliable.
    Neil.
  • 12-09-2019, 08:50
    mygasser
    Oh, I get you. I'm pretty sure there are the same size centre plates available for both so if need be I can just use a mustang plate.
  • 12-09-2019, 08:09
    ivanhoew
    ah ,no what i meant was if you have a plate that fits the splines ,but is the wrong diameter ,you could take the centre out of that and put it in the mopar clutch plate .



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7X-YsQJTXyI&t=1321s


  • 11-09-2019, 21:51
    mygasser
    Quote Originally Posted by ivanhoew View Post
    you can allways swap centres .
    yeah but i'm tight/frugal so if the good mopar plate fits i'll use it
  • 11-09-2019, 20:50
    ivanhoew
    you can allways swap centres .
  • 11-09-2019, 15:51
    mygasser
    Me too Robert.
    Next change..... I sold the supra box for a profit and bought a mustang 5.0 t5 box for 200 less. Plus the t5 came with a gearstick which the supra box didn't so another saving there plus plus the mustang input shaft has more chance of being the same spline as the mopar clutch plate so fingers crossed there.
    Neil.
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