RE: big block in a 10th scale redcat racing tornado buggy.
Thanks for your help guys, I ended up taking all of your advice, I used the small block clutch bell, much lighter than the BB bell. a metal three shoe clutch, a new throttle socket from a dynamite throttle kit. and I ended up using my small block motor mounts. I drilled the engine for another center mount and drilled the chassis to fit the new mach .26 engine. It's all sorted out and ready to break in as soon as my 6mm roto starter wand comes. I can not wait to drive this light weight beast, rated 2.75 hp stock, I did install the upgrade turbo head button and glow plug kit. Should add some more performance to the engine. The redcat chassis with metal gears seems to hold up well with a big block? "so I have heard" with no parts breaking to speak of. I'll keep you posted after I get it up and running! Thank you guys for your help I probably would still be waiting on a magic engine mount that never would have come, who knows.
All the best