We’re including this photo to show you that good intentions don’t always pan out. Yes, after getting everything installed and the 408 Clevor running, the engine actually had to be removed when we discovered a clearance conflict between the Tremec bellhousing and the top of our dual-disc clutch. A grinder created sufficient clearance, as what we learned is the Ram Force 10.5 clutch actually requires an aftermarket bellhousing. The catch-22 with this is the Hedman headers will not clear an aftermarket bellhousing. To stave off the expense of a big bellhousing and custom headers, switching to Ram’s Powergrip HD single-disc clutch system or grinding on the Tremec bellhousing (if you’re hell-bent on keeping a dual-disc clutch) are your only alternatives.