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Pinto5.0 - bells & fork info
« on: September 01, 2012, 08:11:31 AM »
Told ya I'd post the info & just got round to it !

Fork part number: D9ZC-7515-BA
Distance between pivot ball & cable ball centers looks like 10 1/2 inches.








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Re: Pinto5.0 - bells & fork info
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2012, 08:18:01 AM »
The fork was used in the blue Ford bell , number: E6ZR-6394-AA
A T-5 was bolted to the blue bell.

It also works in the Quicktime RM-6063
Both bells are meant for the small 157 tooth flywheel.






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Re: Pinto5.0 - bells & fork info
« Reply #2 on: September 01, 2012, 09:56:20 PM »
The D9 bellhousing supposedly takes the same fork as the 5.0 bell so I guess that proves it. My one D9 bell came with a D8 fork from the factory & I have a 5.0 fork I need to compare it with. Both D5 bells have different fork part numbers & though they look slightly different they appear to fit & work perfectly.
 
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Re: Pinto5.0 - bells & fork info
« Reply #3 on: September 03, 2012, 04:04:49 AM »
As you can see in the pics, the Quicktime has more firewall clearance.
I will try and remember to test fit the T-5 to the Quick bell in the next 2 days.
I need to know this anyway.....bec ause if I get building a second car I'll be using it.....unless I go big HP again.

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Re: Pinto5.0 - bells & fork info
« Reply #4 on: September 03, 2012, 03:43:55 PM »
If the 5.0 I have finds its way into my '73 I plan to keep it under 350 HP. My Mustang is going to have over 800 at the wheels so one over the top ride is enough.
 
I want the Pinto more drivable so the engine will be stock with a big cam to handle the tunnel ram/390 Holley combo but it's pure eye candy. I don't even care if it only runs mid 12's at the track, I just don't want a car I have to wrench on every time I want to take it to a cruise.....
 
 
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Re: Pinto5.0 - bells & fork info
« Reply #5 on: September 05, 2012, 04:42:59 AM »
Know what you mean on being able to drive one daily, without race gas etc.

But yours with cam (headers ?) tunnel ram & then all the glass parts you have, it's going to be a quick car !

A daily was going to be what I wanted in a 2nd car. That went out the window when I saw the 351w aluminum block on Ford Racing site.
An all aluminum 351w & glass parts. Clean the car out/off as much as possible to shave weight & a person could loose 500 lbs easy ?