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Old 03-14-2011, 04:15 PM
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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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Welcome to the site, And your point is exactly that ?


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I think you wanted to post in the Cleveland vs Windsor thread.. Your are right sir.. That other fella is mistaken.

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Thanks I would like to know about putting a roller cam in a nonroller 351W.
I have a x303 cam so if I am right about this all I have to do is drill the block for the spider and make clearance for the dogbons and use a bronze distibutor gearwith the corect pushrods and I am good to go dose this sound right?
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Totally understandable.

As for your other question.. I have no idea.. But if you copy and paste that and post it in the "engine" forum section I bet somebody will know.
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moving this to engine section
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Thanks I would like to know about putting a roller cam in a nonroller 351W.
I have a x303 cam so if I am right about this all I have to do is drill the block for the spider and make clearance for the dogbons and use a bronze distibutor gearwith the corect pushrods and I am good to go dose this sound right?
Yes pretty much, Why don't you use some of these though.


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