Viper T56 install

Engine, Trans & Driveline

  1. moparstuart

    moparstuart Well-Known Member

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    you need this spacer if your going to use the factory viper throw out

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    here are the short fitting i had to get to keep from breaking the throw out fille rand bleed hard lines , had to go with short fittings and flex lines all the way up to the bearing

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    For the bleed fitting, what's the size ?

    And for the spacer plate, did you buy it or fabricate it ?
     
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    got spacer from american power train , not sure on the fitting sizes I went to thompkins Industries Hydrolics and had them make the hoses and bought the fitting that fit on right there
     
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    i didnt realize you were doing a modern hemi ? all my stuff is mated to a 440 six pack motor
     
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    For the spacer you don't just buy one, you need to do some careful measuring. Your clutch and flywheel all come into play, if everybody used the exact same parts then maybe but I made my own and it wasn't as thick as the one Stewart showed. This thread goes threw all of that including all the parts, parts #s and how to go about it all. I've put at least 7,000 miles on mine since this thread and my only problem has been burning the clutch up after to many 1st to 2nd gear burnouts, twin disc is next.
     
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    I used the factory bleeder and have had no issues but it is tight. Be careful if you change this setup of how you do it, Keisler had breeders in the line lower than the top of the throw out making it nearly impossible to get a firm peddle. It's no different than brakes, the bleeder has to be at the highest point of the throwout.
     
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    Hi

    Does one of you knows what this parts is made for ?

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    Thank you
     
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    Can't say that I do, did it come in a kit? Any description?
     
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    Hi,

    it came with my bellhousing
     
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    Looking back at the pics of my bellhousing it looks like that bolt pattern matches the pattern around the starter? What it's for? Possibly just a mounting point for something?
     
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    Bumping this old thread for a few that had questions about the install.
     
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