Engine Limiters
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What's the downside of not having engine limiters on a SBC mounted with aluminum front plate and steel mid-mount?
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I have never had s steel mid. But usually they crack the mid eventually

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If there is enough movement it will drive the transmission into the driveshaft yoke and damage the transmission and or the rear end.
If not then it will flex and eventually cause damage to motor plate or mid plate.


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Yes, it will break all kinds of stuff. Can damage transmission a crank rear bearing and seal.

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