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Old 09-08-2010, 01:40 PM
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ford heads need help identifying

I just tore down a a 1974 windsor engine cause a rod knocking and the heads i pulled off have the code D00E on them can some tell me what are these heads off of and are they work keeping. Thinking of putting in a Scat kit in.
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Old 09-08-2010, 01:58 PM
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D0OE-B '70 302 Valves 1.78, 1.45 58.2cc
D0OE-C '70 - '74 351W Valves 1.84, 1.54 60.4cc. Some lists show these as being available in '69.
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D0OE-C thats the heads i have guess their worth holding on too then
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I just found out they came off of a 1970 Fairlane
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If it were me i would hang on to them, Hummm!!!!!!!!!!! But i like hanging on to things like that. I have a set of 69 heads out in the garage now.
Good heads, JMO.

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Its been dull up here the last three months and I can't stand it! Do they have the extra four bolt holes where the manifold bolts down? The early 351W up to 1973 (pre 1976, possibly but not confirmed until I see it) has 16. Some aftermarket manifolds do not have provisions for the 4 extra bolt holes. As a rule these heads with the extra bolt holes have larger valves and better flow. Chevy valves will fit in them (for a cheap alternative to bigger valves) all you have to do is machine the stem down some (the keeper slots are in the same location). I love building them but hate talking about the 351 Windsor because there was so much done with them that wasn't or cant be verified. Built a many of them and I'm gonna stir up some more stink here and tell you about how you can put a 400M crank in them and make an awesome sleeper out of it. (Really going to stir it up here, I saw three 351 Windsors that had siamesed cylinder walls like the 400 Chevy and you can really punch these out). Excellent oiling system and a rock solid bottom end that doesn't need four bolt main caps. I'm gonna finish this off with telling you that you can build a 427 cubic inch beast out of the 351W and it will stay together!
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