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Converting 351 2v to 4v?

How do you convert a 351 2v cleveland egine to a 351 4v egine

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I think by bolting on 4V cleveland heads and intake. But I believe edelbrock makes a 4V intake that will bolt on to 2V heads.
http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/mo...351-2v-4v.html
This article I haven`t read but the title matches so it may give more info.
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Try to give a more definitive subject, you'll get more hits, plus it provides better feedback for the Search function, thanks. I'll change it here.
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What's an EGINE?
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Thanx cause the horsepower the engine has isn't as gud as I thought it would
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So all I have to do is swap out the stock intake and carb and just put in the 4v intake and carb
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Try to give a more definitive subject, you'll get more hits, plus it provides better feedback for the Search function, thanks. I'll change it here.
is the 351 a c or a m,(what is it in and what year is engine.351m manifold wont fit a c
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It's like an Email, an electronic version of a motor me thinks. It's all gud...
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You know that reminds me, we got a car salesman here in my town who`s got a interesting name. Anyways, he`s switched dealers several times, he does like all the rest of`em, goes where the money is. And his name is, of all things: Billy Allgood. Right around the time he started popping on radio advertisements in the 90`s was when the popular saying "It`s all good" was going around. We`d see someone who brought a car off his lot and we`d say to them, "oh you got it from there? Did you meet Billy Allgood? when you did and you told him the price was too high did he smile and say It`s all good?
Cause if Billy Allgood says it`s all good, it`s all good, with a name like Allgood it`s gotta be all good"
You no, I been a workin on dem egines me whole life. Ain`t notta one been easy, but ya no, It`s all gud.
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Its a 351c
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Its a 351c
well just get a after market 4v for a 351 c 2v,as int port size is smaller than in a factory 4v engine. which is good as factory 4vs had to large a ports and int valves for good street use. it is a eay change,in most case do not need to remove dist. good luck cliff.
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