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02-09-2008, 08:52 PM #1
Alright, Here Goes.
You may know by now, or probably not, Im putting a Chevy 350 into my 84 p type. I have done my share of searching and have not really found an answer to this question.
Anyone ever done, or considered, A Ford Cleveland swap??? Would it fit better than a 350? More reliable? I know that it is a lot harder to find parts for them, but if it fits and has more HP than why not.-Randy
84 p type- 5m-gTe with 208Whp at 5.9 Psi, Full Mandrel bent 3" exhaust(No Cat), SAFC, and a Greddy type RS BOV. Hopefully no Boom anytime Soon. . . **&New 80amp alt. Upgrade**
Originally Posted by mk2-1jzOriginally Posted by te72
02-09-2008, 10:16 PM #2CelicaSupra.com Member
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Might want to check the height, the cleveland is pretty tall, but not a problem if you want to modify the hood. The 351W shoots the exhaust ports out not down like the cleveland so that might make the cleveland easier to fit and easier to take out the spark plugs. However, the windsor has a lot more go fast parts available. Either engines are very good for muscle cars and reliable if you rebuild them. I thought about both options when I owned a foxbody.Doot.FD Touring LS6/T56
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