Category: Engine, Intake, & Exhaust

Inline Six 300 Ford Engine

The Ford Inline Six 300 in reality was just a 240 cubic inch Ford engine with a longer stroke””the main difference being the dimensions of the block and the rotating assembly. It has seven main saddles and timing gears instead of a chain or belt. The Inline Six 300 was first offered in the 1965 […] More »

  Comments | By - December 14, 2009

FE/FT 352 and 360 Big Block V-8 Ford Engines

352 The FE/FT 352 cubic inch big block V-8 premiered in 1958 as a replacement for the previous Lincoln Y-block motor. Actual displacement was 351.9 cubic inches (5.8 L) with a 3.5 inch (88.9 mm) stroke and 4 inch (101.6 mm) bore. The two-barrel carburetor version produced 208 horsepower (155.1 kW) and the four-barrel carburetor […] More »

  Comments | By - December 11, 2009

FE/FT 332 Big Block V-8 Ford Engine

FE/FT motors were installed in North American Ford vehicles produced in the 1958 through 1976 model years. These were medium displacement engines, which replaced the previously-used Lincoln Y-block V-8. As the smallest “big block” of the time, the FE/FT 332 cubic-inch motor’s actual displacement was 331.8 cubic inches (5.4 L), with a 4.0 inches (101.60 […] More »

  Comments | By - December 10, 2009

The 302 Windsor V8 Ford Engine

Ford introduced the 302 cubic inch Windsor V8 in 1968, although it was not introduced to the F Series lineup until late 1969 as option for the F150. Ford had a variety of 302 engines (with some making over 300 horsepower), but the F150 302s started at a lower 205 horsepower. This power output was […] More »

  Comments | By - December 8, 2009

Big Block 385 Series V-8 Ford Engines

The Ford 385-series V-8 engine line was named after the crankshaft stroke of the 460 cubic inch V-8, which was 3.85 inches. Replacing the Ford MEL (Mercury-Edsel-Lincoln) engine, this series of engines also later replaced the Ford FE engine. To reduce weight, the 385 utilized a skirtless block and thinwall casting techniques. The 385 engines […] More »

  Comments | By - December 4, 2009

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