radiator to block clearance question. 94 95 compared to a fox

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  1. oldfox

    oldfox Member

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    Yea I see what you are talking about,, Thanks for the pictures
    When I put this blower set up on the fox body I used a spacer between the stock pulley and the blower pulley. Then I turned the top pulley around and installed it backwards. That's how I got in front of the serpentine belt
    And yea that's a wide belt it's a 3" but I like the way it looks with the blower sticking out of the hood

    maybe I can drop the spacer and turn the top pulley around
     
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    The lower intake manifolds on the Fox and 94/95 cars are basically the same. The thermostat housing is the same.

    The 14" measurement is from the center of the distributor hole to the engine side of the stock radiator. The stock fan shroud is 3.5" thick.
     
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    revhead347 I have face herpes.

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    It wasn't meant to be an insult. Making unique things is the heart of hot rodding. I still think your best bet, and cheapest option is to modify the blower itself. If you get the shorter nose drive, it will look better, and you can use the SN accessories.

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