|08-13-2008 05:59 PM|
ford motorsports USED to sell an aluminum head for the 240/300 sixes.
wasn't made by ford but i THINK it was mfgerd by one of the fuel guys, anderson maybe?
guess they used 'em in comp class....
|08-13-2008 04:35 PM|
I think he might be talking about the small 250 6 from the Falcon engine series.. which are bullit proof because of the 7 mains and the good oiling system... however a 250 crank will not fit a 300 as they are 2 completly diffrent engines...
There is a new aluminum high performance cylinder head that will be released at some point for the 240/300.. produced by www.classicinlines.com
|08-13-2008 04:33 PM|
|08-13-2008 04:01 PM|
The 302/351 heads are a race only mod. The never solved, seldom mentioned problem is coolant leakage at the join points. While a race engine will stay dry enough for an afternoon, this isn't something you do on a commuter car.
|08-13-2008 03:04 PM|
|Henry Highrise||click here and look around http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/for...head-89738.html|
|08-13-2008 02:56 PM|
making a 6 cylinder street rod
I got a 300 6 cylinder and Iwant it to scream I was wondering If you could put a 250 crankshaft in a 300 6 cylinder because the 250 got a built proof bottem end. and does any body know about the cut up 351 custom head you can put on it.