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  1. New Member Introductions
    I'm rebuilding a 83 fox GT hatch pretty much from scratch. We have a old school, built in the 80's, a real Clevor. 1980 block with huge heads and a 65 Shelby 4v intake to fit the Cleveland heads. It was left hidden in a 64 F250 for safe keeping. The original owner said he paid like $10,000 to...
  2. 5.0/5.8 Engine Tech
    Anyone know the limitations of a stock 351W roller truck block with 2 bolt mains? Max RPMs? I know it was popular to take roller 351W blocks, slap a pair of 4V Cleveland heads on them and rev them to the moon, I just dont know how long it’ll last.
  3. 351C/BBF Parts
    [SOLD] Listed are a pair of Ford 351C 2V Cleveland 2 Barrel Cylinder Heads that have been cleaned up and include some preparations for screw in studs and guide plates as well as some light porting work. 351 - 2BBL (FORD Part number D1AE-CB) Date Code 2J29 equates to September 29, 1972 Date...
  4. 351C/BBF Parts
    NEW ARP Pro 7/16" Rocker Arm Studs PN:200-7201 for Ford and possibly other applications ///SOLD/// Listed are new ARP Pro 7/16" Rocker Arm Studs (1 set), Part Number: 200-7201 for a Ford Cleveland / Small Block V8. I was actually saving these parts for a 5 liter (w/ Cleveland 2bbl heads) I was...
  5. 5.0/5.8 Engine Tech
    Hi Corral, I am looking to build a bang for buck windsor to replace my tired 302 in my 94 cobra. Not looking for a track car, just a really fast daily. Affording machining, rotating assemblies, and aluminum heads for a windsor stroker seemed a bit steep. The clevor had come up as a viable...
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