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01-20-2012 08:51 PM
Highball The Ford inline 300 block is the strongest US manufactured inline (other than the Offenhausers) I have ever seen. The two pictured are both top dogs at the tracks they regularly run at. I'd encourage you to redo the block you have and build it up a bit to preform like the potential champion it is. Like HEI, incresed carburetion, reworked head, headers and a boost of compression. Have fun. If you do this you'll never be sorry.
01-14-2012 09:16 PM
robert tolbert
rebuild inline 300 6

i have a 1978 f 150 300 inline 6 , which i have had since 1988. it has 225,000 miles on the tk, not the engine. it has a holley 390 cfm carb 390 cfm, offinhauser duel plane intake , headman headers with 3 into one .head work includes all new valves , springs guides, seales, compt. cam .447 lift ,212,s duration and .010off the head , new stock lifters. my ouestion is how much horse power should all of this generate at the fly whell????????????????

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