I have no idea although in theory, you could run the thing completely upside down…probably better question to ask someone at Holley
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Don the MGB guys have been dong it with the smaller Autolite and Rochester configuration Sniper models. I had a picture on this site somewhere, I'll try to find it.
The dash pads available are crap (in my book) they are formed hard foam? one I bought was so out of shape i couldn't. even cover as you're doing.A modest progress report…my upholstery guy has gotten started…first thing out is the dash pad so I can get the windshield and dash installed. I’m not a fan of the looks of the out of the box dash pad that is currently available so we decided to kick things up a notch and add a leather wrap to match the forthcoming interior design.
I use two electric puller fans on my V6 and have excellent cooling, even with AC running.All right, after countless phone calls with DanR, pulling the engine in and out at least 4 times, modifying the engine mount brackets and then modifying a second set of brackets the engine is now in place…or at least as close as it’s going to get. The final location is going to be too close to the radiator for a radiator fan on the engine side…fingers crossed that the two electric pushers will blow enough wind to keep things cool. Once the engine was finally in I learned how much fun it is to install the headers…my hat is off to you guys that do all this stuff without a lift…