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post #41 of 52 Old December 20th, 2010, 10:22 PM Thread Starter
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Edit: Just reread... You have 66cc heads. Didn't know that was an option though?
Sorry I meant 61 cc heads. Have the trick flow gaskets .040
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What #s do I need off of the pistons to find out what they are.. They are ford racing pistons if that helps
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I don't assemble my own engines, so I wouldn't know. If you can find some numbers on them, you can probably google it. That's my guess anyway.

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Does it look like this up close? JEGS High Performance - 397-M-6108-Z351

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No not exactly it doesnt have the valve notches in it.. Im going to pull em out tonight.
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what is a safe amount to stroke a 351

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Stock block... I'd quit at 408 and consider that 'safe'

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408 on nitrous, 195 heads, shorties , foot brake , 100 % street car .


I know you guys are probably tired of seeing this but since the track's closed for the winter I don't have anyone to videotape me. I drive the car all the time but it's kinda hard to drive and record at the same time .



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408 on nitrous, 195 heads, shorties , foot brake , 100 % street car .

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I know you guys are probably tired of seeing this but since the track's closed for the winter I don't have anyone to videotape me. I drive the car all the time but it's kinda hard to drive and record at the same time .
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What headers are you using on your 408w?

---------- Post added at 01:26 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:21 PM ----------

What 351w headers have you guys used in your Fox swaps.

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What 351w headers are you guys using on your Fox swaps?

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I'm running a 358w. T-5. 8.8 in my '79 Merc. Capri using Doug's headers 1-7/8' long tubes that slip together and leak terrible bad at slip joints and have had problems getting gaskets for the adapter plate that attaches to heads.

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Would you suggest shorties or long tube?
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What headers are you using on your 408w?

---------- Post added at 01:26 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:21 PM ----------

What 351w headers have you guys used in your Fox swaps.

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What 351w headers are you guys using on your Fox swaps?

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I'm running a 358w. T-5. 8.8 in my '79 Merc. Capri using Doug's headers 1-7/8' long tubes that slip together and leak terrible bad at slip joints and have had problems getting gaskets for the adapter plate that attaches to heads.

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Would you suggest shorties or long tube?

It may be easier to start your own thread, as this one is from 2010 and IDK if the OP is still around.

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