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Old 04-21-2005, 09:48 PM
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I would like to put 1 351c heads on my 302. I would like to know what need to be done for this to hapen. Can i use my stock intake or should i use a 4 barrel torker 2 intake that i have? What modifications do i need?

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I could be wrong, but I think it's more than just a head swap. I believe you need specialty pistons as well. Something I read once, I'm not really a Ford guru.
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-This article- will give a brief explanation on how to go about it. The procedure is the same for a 289/302 as the 351W. The only difference will be the required intake manifold.

PRICE ENGINEERING makes the intakes and even offers spacers that will allow 5.0L EFI to be put against the Cleveland head.

If you find BOSS 302 heads and intake, it will mount directly to your 302 saving you a lot of modification costs.

Just do a search on CLEVOR ENGINE and most everything you will need to know will be on the net.
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