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We recommend breaking this crate engine in properly. Latemodelrestoration.com will not be held accountable for any damages that may occur due to improper break-in methods. Normal break in conditions consist of 500 miles at normal operating conditions.
"Comes ready for you to bolt on an a performance intake manifold, headers, accessories, and a transmission!"
It's a 302 block. Everything will bolt right on.
Answered by Joshua R. from Richlands | Comment 0 0
Longtube headers would really be the choice on this motor. Because of the HP rating, it really needs to breath. A set of 1 3/4 would be awesome.
Answered by BRYAN M. from TROY | Comment 0 0
what power does this engine have will it keep you pined back in your seat and what tire is good for the street 15in to get traction and how will it compete with others street machines
Asked by RONALD B. from HARRISBURG | Comment 0 0
FRPP rates this engine at 500 horsepower with an Edelbrock intake manifold #2928 Super Victor w/ 750 Holley carb and 1" carb spacer. Youd want as much tire as you could physically fit under the car, a drag radial compound for sure. You'd have a mini monster on your hands with this engine and it would defiantly hold its own.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
Will the Super Victor intake, one inch spacer, and carb or Fast throttle body fuel injection system with an air filter fit under a stock hood? Will the stock fuel lines with a higher output in-tank fuel pump work, if not are your 3/8" lines large enough? What size exhaust pipes will be needed? How does the weight of the boss block with aluminum heads compare to the stock block with iron heads? Does the 363 torque over enough to need upgraded motor and trans mounts?
Asked by Kelvin K. from Hilo | Comment 0 0
Kelvin, That combo you mentioned would not fit under a stock hood. An upgraded fuel system would be optimum for this engine such as one based with 3/8 lines. 1 3/4" longtube headers going to 2 1/2" mid pipes and cat back would be adequate. It would be advisable to use poly engine and trans mounts for better performance.
Answered by Tommy E. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
Due to the nature for the compression ration of this engine we would not recommend boot on it. Running boost or nitrous on this set up will void all Ford Racing warranty.
Answered by Jay W. from waco | Comment 0 0
On a naturally aspirated application, folks will run around a 36-42lb injector. Tuning and other mods will help dictate injector selection. For tuning, we recommend part number AFM-EFPMS as it gives you full control and lots of adjust-ability to properly tune and get afr and drivability where you want it.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
There are folks running forced induction or nitrous on these successfully. As for that intake, this is based off a 351 block, so the lower intake will not bolt on due to the higher deck height. Having said that, that intake is also way too restrictive for this application.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 1 1
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