which 351W heads are you thinking about using? the only ones i would use are the C9OE's or the DOOE's. or '69 and '70. they flow significantly better than E7's and even have a smaller combustion chamber so you can boost your compression a bit. later model windsor heads have huge chambers and i wouldn't recommend putting them on your car.
Putting my combo together and running a little tight on the PTV setup.
Stock, untouched bottom end
Custom cam w/ 73925k2tw springs
9333pt head gasket (0.047” compressed)
The checking was done with light springs
Exhaust clears by miles, but intake is tight. I did the clay...
I'm trying to tighten up my steering a little bit. I replaced the outer tie rods that helped quite a bit with the loose steering wheel feel.
I'm going between mm aluminum bushings and prothane ones.
I went looking to see if Edelbrock made an EFI 351W RPM Air Gap intake. They make one for the Holden but nothing for a 351W it appears. Does anybody know if the Holden intake will align with aftermarekt 351W head ports?
I was hoping to purchase a genuine 86-93 Ford TFI module, but the dealer informed me they are obsolete.
Are the "Motorcraft" ones from Rock Auto, Amazon, and other such sources, comperable to the originals? I saw a few past threads about people purchasing several before getting one that wasn't...
Hey all, I’ve been working on swapping in a 302 from a 79 f150 that was originally bolted to a 4 speed manual into my 81 mustang. I also picked up a 68 c4 that’s been rebuilt, and bought the 157 tooth flexplate along with a 24 spline torque converter from Hughes. But when I went to put it all...
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