Originally Posted by KULTULZ
That was the AOD-E
Correction; E4OD for the 460
-AOD/AOD-E/E4OD Clarification On Use-
Wrong. FORD did not design strokers. A 400 is a 400...period. Besides, how would you know the stroker came from a 351M or 400?
It is written in THE FOMOCO HOLY SCRIPT
Putting a 351M crank in a W or a C wouldn't make it a 402 cubes, would it?
Technically all Ford 351s are actually 352 cubes. The Ford 400 is technically 402 cubes, etc.
I am only referring to the terminology used throughout the hot rodding industry. Such as 383 Chevy, 377 Chevy, 427 SBC, 342-347 Ford, 327-331 Ford, Ford 351 Street Boss/Track Boss (M/C heads), etc.,
so maybe the terminology of block designation has some validity.... 400W, 400C (heads), 400M.
I can live with it.