Dalton, with this just being a bare block, the options are essentially endless as far as HP numbers go. As an example though, Ford Racing uses this block in a couple of it's sealed 347ci crate engines which average around 350-415HP.
You might check out some of our short block offerings if you are looking for something with more of a jump off point than a bare block. Thanks!
Answered by Jeff O. from McGregor | Comment 0 0
My stock 302 recently cracked on my 93 mustang, i bought the whole top end, heads, cam, intake manifold, and sopporting mods but i have not threw them on yet. will those parts fit on this block and will the pushrod length be the same on this block as my stock 302. im also planning on making it a 331 stoker
Asked by Ismael P. from Reseda | Comment 0 0
The Boss block uses 1/2" head bolts so your cylinder heads will need to be 1/2 compatible. Other than that, all of the external 5.0L parts bolt right on. The pushrods provided in the kit will still work fine.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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