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351c vs 351w
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Don65Stang;70366 Wrote:Yeah, that chart is too inaccurate. I'll create an new correct one that we can post on here if you all will help collect the details for me.

Reply and fill in the correct info...


1971 H-code 351 2-V
Engine Type:
Displacement:
Maximum torque:
Maximum Horsepower:
Firing Order: 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
Bore & Stroke: 4.00" X 3.50" (101.6 mm X 88.9 mm)
Compression Ratio:
Oil Pressure (hot):
Mains: 2-bolt
Carburetor:
Carburetor cfm:
Fuel Octane required:
Intake Manifold:
Valve train:
Intake Valve size:
Exhaust Valve size:
Distributor:
Point Gap:
Initial Ignition Timing:
Dwell @ idle RPM: _____(manual) _____(automatic)
Spark Plug:
Spark Plug Gap:
Long Block Weight in lbs.:
Emission Controls:
RPM Rev Limiter:


Need the same info above for each of these engines

1972 H-code 351-2V
1973 H-code 351-2V
1969-73 351W-2V
1969-73 351W-4V
1970-71 M-code 351-4V
1971 Q-code 351-4V
1972 Q-code 351-4V
1973 Q-code 351-4V
1971 R-code BOSS 351
1972 R-code HO 351


Or instead of copy pasting the info into a new message... I created a public file where you can post the info directly. It's an Excel spreadsheet. Just don't delete any info on there. Wink

351 engine spec (working file)



.


Bump to see if anyone wants to help fill in the correct data in the spreadsheet at the link above.

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My Mustangs:
71 M-code Mach 1, Medium Blue/White Sport, 4R70W, 3L50, Factory Ram Air.
72 Q-code Mach 1, Pewter/Black Sport, 4-spd, 3L25.
65 Convertible, Britney Blue/White/White, more modified than original.
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(07-21-2013, 11:51 PM)Don65Stang Wrote:
Don65Stang;70366 Wrote:Yeah, that chart is too inaccurate.  I'll create an new correct one that we can post on here if you all will help collect the details for me.

Reply and fill in the correct info...


1971 H-code 351 2-V
Engine Type:
Displacement:
Maximum torque:
Maximum Horsepower:
Firing Order: 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
Bore & Stroke: 4.00" X 3.50" (101.6 mm X 88.9 mm)
Compression Ratio:
Oil Pressure (hot):
Mains: 2-bolt
Carburetor:
Carburetor cfm:
Fuel Octane required:
Intake Manifold:
Valve train:
Intake Valve size:
Exhaust Valve size:
Distributor:
Point Gap:
Initial Ignition Timing:
Dwell @ idle RPM:   _____(manual)   _____(automatic)
Spark Plug:
Spark Plug Gap:
Long Block Weight in lbs.:
Emission Controls:
RPM Rev Limiter:


Need the same info above for each of these engines

1972 H-code 351-2V
1973 H-code 351-2V
1969-73 351W-2V
1969-73 351W-4V
1970-71 M-code 351-4V
1971 Q-code 351-4V
1972 Q-code 351-4V
1973 Q-code 351-4V
1971 R-code BOSS 351
1972 R-code HO 351


Or instead of copy pasting the info into a new message... I created a public file where you can post the info directly.  It's an Excel spreadsheet.  Just don't delete any info on there. Wink

351 engine spec (working file)



.


Bump to see if anyone wants to help fill in the correct data in the spreadsheet at the link above.
Hey man I know 6 years have passed ( wow 6 years ) but do you mind resenting the link since i bring me to the good old 404 error?
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