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Old 07-30-2002, 06:25 AM
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Post Ford Flathead Six Speed Equipment

I recently acquired a 1946 Ford 1/2 ton pickup with a flathead six. My original plan was to build a flathead V8 but after doing some research on the six I thought it might be interesting to find out if any speed equipment was available for it. Does anyone Know of a supplier that handles equipment for a 226 Ford Flathead six? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Thats tough

Oh man I've been into flatheads for a year now I know of rebuilding kits, but not high performance parts, but try

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Flathead Six

In response to the post looking for Speed Parts for a Flathead Six. I am building an H series 226 for a 31 Roadster, I Found a vintage Knudsen aluminum cylinder head and 3 carb manifold, As far as I can find out Knudsen and Cyclone were the only mfgs. of Heads in the late fourties into the early fifties. I have a Knudsen 3 carb intake and an Edmunds 2 carb intake. mallory made a dual point dist for the H series. I had Norfleet in Dallas, Texas grind my camshaft, they had specs for the Six cylinder version of the old Isky 400 jr. Otherwise my engine is not much more than a .030 overhaul. Red's Headers has headers for this engine also.
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