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Pre-Heat Shroud?
#1
1973 Mustang 351C 2V  Code H


Hi All;
     This thing is called by several names.  Pre-Heat Shroud, Exhaust shield.......
It pre-heats inlet air before it goes into the Air Filter.

Does anybody know the part # or even the orthodox name ?

Also, where can I find one that doesn't cost like the price of a component on the Saturn V Moon Rocket?

TNX

Roy
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#2
Shroud and tube assembly
The newest I have is for 1972, with 351C 2V:
Inner:
D2AZ-9A603-B
Outer:
D2AZ-9A603-D



“If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.”
--Albert Einstein
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#3
(07-04-2018, 03:46 PM)Helicopter Wrote: 1973 Mustang 351C 2V  Code H


Hi All;
     This thing is called by several names.  Pre-Heat Shroud, Exhaust shield.......
It pre-heats inlet air before it goes into the Air Filter.

Does anybody know the part # or even the orthodox name ?

Also, where can I find one that doesn't cost like the price of a component on the Saturn V Moon Rocket?

TNX

Roy
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There are both parts, the inner and outer 72-73 Mustang 351C Heat Shield on eBay. Listed separately but from the same seller. Get them to combine shipping.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1972-72-Ford-Mu....l4275.c10

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1972-1973-Ford-....l4275.c10
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#4
Excellent !!!
Thanks a bunch !!!

If I had the press molds to make these things I could make a fortune.


Roy
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#5
Those got tossed out when people would put headers on also the engine lift brackets are that way.
David


When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??
Tongue
David
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#6
There is a far-flung possibility that I can repair this shroud by cutting-out the bad area and making a flush patch. That is called a "long shot" but worth a try.

Can anybody tell me how it is mounted to the manifold? Maybe even a picture?
Surely it is not secured with the manifold bolts.

Tnx
Roy
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#7
Surely/Shirley it is. Bolt/stud combo with an extra nuts. Not a "better idea".  If you try to weld it, use small wire and low current, slow feed. Chuck
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#8
I have a spare inner one, that I've bead blasted and repainted with high heat engine paint. It has some texturing along the upper portions, but no rust through. If you're interested, make me a reasonable offer and I'm sure we can come to an agreement.

Steve
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#9
We're these fitted on '71 351c 4v as well?
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#10
The 71 351C (2 & 4bl) ran a different style from what you see on the 72/ models. The 71 used D1AZ-9A603-A which was sourced from the 71 full size Ford with a 400 engine. Just as David posted, many of these and the engine lift brackets were tossed during header installations.
Really tough to see some of the prices on the shroud and tubes on E-Bay and think back to all the ones I tossed during my "Lets put headers on everything" stage I went through. I hear another verse of "If I Only Knew Then What I Know Now"!   Big Grin
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Steve

No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
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