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H-code 351-2V engine question
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Is the 351-2V engine a Cleveland?
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#2
Yes it is.
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#3
This is not necessarily true for 1971 as it would have been dependent upon the plant code.

H Coded 351 (with standard transmissions) with plant code 200 or 202 would have been Windsors.

H Coded 351 (with automatic transmissions) with plant code 201 or 203 would also have been Windsors.

1972 & 1973 H Codes should all be Clevelands.

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cobra3073;159295 Wrote:This is not necessarily true for 1971 as it would have been dependent upon the plant code.

H Coded 351 (with standard transmissions) with plant code 200 or 202 would have been Windsors.

H Coded 351 (with automatic transmissions) with plant code 201 or 203 would also have been Windsors.

1972 & 1973 H Codes should all be Clevelands.

BT

Are we talking Mustangs or all H code Ford and Mercury's
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OMS;159311 Wrote:
cobra3073;159295 Wrote:This is not necessarily true for 1971 as it would have been dependent upon the plant code.

H Coded 351 (with standard transmissions) with plant code 200 or 202 would have been Windsors.

H Coded 351 (with automatic transmissions) with plant code 201 or 203 would also have been Windsors.

1972 & 1973 H Codes should all be Clevelands.

BT

Are we talking Mustangs or all H code Ford and Mercury's
I am speaking to 1971 - 1973 MustangsSmile.

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NJ cars were apparently Clevelands according to documentation for 1 at least.


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Yeah, but who calls a 351 Windsor a 2V?
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LOL Pierce! So agreed! Heck I want to hear how many will admit that 351 2v is also still a small block! Big Grin For me... I love the Windsor.... that baby will make 400-500 hp EASY!!! NO shame in a Windsor so why would you call it a 351 2v?


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#9
I'm thinking that since there wasn't a 4V 351 Windsor offered, the designation of 2V vs. 4V was held to the Clevelands... and people have just made their own assumptions.

I guess technically any engine could be either a 2V or 4V - depending on the carbon-maker and intake manifold offered from the factory.

So, does that mean that my 351C-2V is now a 351C-4V, since I changed out the intake and carb for some Edelbrock offerings? Big Grin Wink

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Mister 4x4;159436 Wrote:I'm thinking that since there wasn't a 4V 351 Windsor offered, the designation of 2V vs. 4V was held to the Clevelands...

2V/4V designation was used across the Ford engine spectrum well before the cleveland was on the scene and continued well past the cleveland's demise.

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