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Old 02-13-2011, 09:41 PM
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351w v. c?

Good info by Onebadmerc on 351w. Dan Gurney used these on his weslake ford motors in his can am and gt40s. Thanks for the detail.

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This is a common mistake about the 351C it is NOT a big block it is a SMALL BLOCK and the heads can be put on a windsor with the right mods
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302/351 Clevor

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This is a common mistake about the 351C it is NOT a big block it is a SMALL BLOCK and the heads can be put on a windsor with the right mods
YUP, The BOSS 302 was the Original "CLEVOR" engine, which came out on the market before the 351 cleveland. Today the 9.5" deck Clevor engines have become even more popular/common than using the 351cleveland block which imo has become a lost cause.



IMO... out of the 3 engines listed in thread title... ONLY the 351W blocks are worth using/building with today!, especialy with all of the many aftermarket W block offerings like from rpm int, procomp, wheeler and others out now.

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Good info by Onebadmerc on 351w. Dan Gurney used these on his weslake ford motors in his can am and gt40s. Thanks for the detail.

I have been really wanting to find/get more info on this but I understand Gurney DID test and had plans to use a aluminum XE244963 canted valve type head on the XE93532 9.2" 351w Mirage engine block for can am use.

Would anyone out there by chance have anymore info about this???
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