1967 Chevy Camaro Project - The Unfair Advantage, Part 2 Photo Gallery
After a lot of careful measuring for both height and set-back, we settled on a position for the engine that would put the crank pulley behind the Tony Woodward rack-and-pinion of our Art Morrison subframe. This put the engine 8 inches back from the stock Chevrolet location. We also needed to move the engine down as far as possible for clearance of our Kenne Bell supercharger. The side benefit (which was also very important to us) was lowering the weight of the engine/transmission package. (Helping our COG was discussed in the first article.) We moved the engine down as far as possible making sure the subframe crossmember would still protect the oil pan and bellhousing.