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Vehicle Information: Model: 912; Year: 1966; Body Type: Coupe; Engine (type, size, modifications): 2.7 with webers; Total Mileage: unkown;

Hi Ed,I am converting a 1966 SWB 912 to a 911. I have the car stripped and upsidedown on a rotisserie which provides excellent acces to the suspension. Two questions...the trannie mount is a weird configuration, much different than the mount on my 1971 901 trannie. This trannie appears to be a 902/1 model and is an early 5 spd. One side of the box shapped mount needs to be repaired or replaced, and I am considering swapping to the flatter pancake-style mount as is on my 71 trannie. Will it bolt up to the trannie and car?Next question,I am replacing the floor while the car is upside-down and before I weld the new floor in, it was suggested that I add another return fuel line to the tunnel in the car. I have one hard line in the car, and will run carbs. I don't use a return line on my 1971 2.2 with carbs, why unless I was going to run a fuel injected motor would I install a fuel return line?ThanksLars

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