Naw I don't have any pics of them, but I'll try to get some. I know of someone using them he dosen't have pictures of them uninstalled, but he does have a few shots that you can see them installed. He also has pics of their hedders. Let me see is if can find his webpage.
I have pics now I'll get them loaded up shortly. I should mention that these mounts are used so they don't look as good as new ones right now, before I install them I will be cleaning and painting them flat black along with the rest of the engine bay.
See what i'am worried about is the angle and aliment, of the motor.
If i make mine out fo 1/4" plate the motor will be sitting flat ( no angle ).
I was thinking that i would have to shimm the plate on one side to get the 302 to tip towards the rear a bit.
Not too good a pic but lets you see where i'am at, and ya it's going for a paint job after i'am done with it, it's faded baddddddddddd He He He
Well L&L lists the hedders as being for the 83-90 RBVs so the motor mounts may be the same, so I don't know how they would work. I know that they are held in high regards as when I asked if I should get them I was told to jump on the chance, and that they are the cadaliac(sp?) of swap headers. I would suggest looking arround TRS and RPS (where I just found out that I was a member, and I don't remember signing up) for more info, I am sure that there are a few people over there that have asked the same question.
-Long bed -2.8L V6
-Offenhouser 4V Intake -Holley 390cfm Double-Pumper
-Manual Trans. -Colors: Blue & Silver
-Tires: Lemans SR P225/70R14
-Wheels: Ford Painted Magnum 500 Style Steel Wheels
In my latest summit racing catalog, they have headers for a v-8 swap in a ranger. Another company also offers a kit that gives you the mounts an aluminum radiator, headers, ect... everything except the engine/trans. Livernois motorsports sells this kit.
Over Chirstmas Holiday I made my headers. Here are some pictures. You can tell why there are no mustang headers to fit the newer trucks! Even with all those bends, it is very tight to steering, suspension, and dash. Requires custom oil pan too.
No, I bought a box of bends from STALH headers, had custom flanges water jet cut, and bought the merge collectors from an aviation parts supplier. I will have $1200 into these when complete - not accounting for the massive amount of time!