My long term project , morris truck v8

Anything goes - chassis, V6's, V8's etc.
The only solution I could come up with is to make a relief pannel so I started by making a small steel framework and a cardboard template
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After I got it made I used a pattern and cut the firewall to fit the insert ,I welded four studs to the rear of the insert to allow attachment to the firewall
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Painted it up and installed with some black rtv for a good seal, should be plenty of room now
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Re: My long term project , morris truck v8

Postby Panky » Mon Oct 09, 2017 1:19 pm

Nice fix, shame there wasn't a side entry cap you could have used.
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I did find a couple low profile distributors but they both required the use of an MSD box and crank sensor/ trigger wheel, I didn't really want that stuff trying to keep things simple and tidy

I was thinking like you originally, I would be fine with the right cap. I just couldn't find one.
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