Hey everyone, I have another question regarding my 235 to 350 sbc swap in my 54 Bel Air. Currently I still have the 235 in my car, but I mated a TH350 to the motor via a Stovebolt adapter plate on the back, going to an open driveline, to an S10 rearend. The motor is sitting on its original motor mounts. However, I had to have a custom transmission cross member and mount made to accommodate the TH350, as well as enlarge the transmission hump. Upon closer inspection I noticed that where the 235/adapter plate mate with the TH350 seems to be pretty far back in the firewall. As you can see in the pic, the adapter basically is in the same shape as the back of a V8 so that the TH350 will bolt to it. I do realize I will have to cut out the ribs on the front of the firewall, which is no big deal and that a V8 is considerably shorter and will sit lower than an inline 6. My question is this, will I need to bring the TH350 further forward in order to mate up to the back of a V8? Any info would be greatly appreciated.