That engine came with dished pistons and 76cc chambered heads with small valves.batman09 said:Here's the block # 10066036 target master/ goodwrench 350 crate motor.hecho en mexico
here is the number boss info...1mo830 7vp
Thats alls I have.I'm trying to buy new heads.I'm trying to decide between 180/64cc or 180/72cc.The style of piston is what I need to know.thanks bm
Some guesses are better then nothing
I bought one of those engines and had it in the '28 Ford Pickup that is my avatar. I still have the heads (never used them) as I installed AFR heads immediately after I received the engine. I was disapointed that the engine had dished pistons as that caused the 68cc chambers in the AFR heads to result in a lower compression than AFR told me I would have. They assumed that the pistons were flat top.batman09 said:Frisco,Did you find that info or do you know from experience?Thanks bm
Answered this above. I also changed the cam to a Comp 280H magnum. Not the best choice for that lower compression. Cylinder pressure was low due to valve overlap. Bottom end suffered. I compensated by using a higher stall. Truck would really scream though. 350 trans with B&M Transpak (street version) and 3.80-1 rear gears (8" Ford) and 28" tall rear tires.batman09 said:What kind of compression did you end up getting?Thanks bm
Ps it sounds like I should get the 72cc heads then???