I have heard horrible things about some of the mounts out there for a LS conversion and the angle being too much. I am looking to do this conversion in my 66 and am trying to get things figured out. What is everyone suggesting or using?
I used a Holley pan, Holley mounts, and stock trans cross member (tab flipped). The angle is mainly set by your trans cross member and rear end. The motor mounts mostly control fit within the engine bay to make room for the oil pan and front accessories/turbos. If you go with a tall pan (not the new holley 302-2), you'll need to raise your engine and mess with the driveline angle, or cut your engine cross member to keep the trans in the stock location.
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