So HP is what you pay for but torque is what sets you back in your seat. This meant your engine is actually attempting to twist right out of the engine mounts. No, the 383 Wedge didn’t end up with a whole lot of power for ratings. Now changing from the factory Carter to the equivalent Holly carb. was a 5 HP gain (hand choke worked great). Not what post is about though. The article stated to connect a chain that wouldn’t snap from the engine block to the frame. If I recall right on the pass. side as motor rotated CCW. Would keep engine connected to prevent from destroying mounts on that side. Why wouldn’t one of those heavy nylon straps with ratchet be the same? My point being...... Never tried it but the dam clutch linkage where mounted to firewall broke right apart one morning on me. So I could put it back in place and welding linkage bracket would of been ideal (no welder of coarse). Connected linkage to a chain and fire wall bolt above where break was in bracket tang. Turnbuckled into place, alignment was spot on. Never had repaired, bracket was part of firewall as I can recall, not changeable. There you have it, lasted that way until I traded in ‘79 and was a conversation piece anyways. Once in a blue moon something as such an idea can pay off? Why have fixed, probably would just snap again anyways- a better mouse trap. https://www.classicindustries.com/product/1969/plymouth/roadrunner/parts/mb2430.html This part to the best of my memory.