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Is there a non-electronic five speed trans that works with an older 300 4x4?
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i was told there is bruce.. but i dont know for sure..sorry dont know much more than that lol
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....Well the part about the shot bed 150 isn't going to beat a mustang is not true , i do it all the time , thats what makes it fun !!....Lew
I'm with Lew. I'm going to have to say that we are quite alike when it comes to trucks. It's wayyy too much fun to outrun sports cars and some muscle cars and have them coming up to you wondering what just happened.
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I am not reading all the pages, but will state this:

the I6 does not suffer from 2 rods connecting at each crankpin journal like a V8 does (a win) and the I6 has **7** - count them **7** main bearings AND it does not like revving over 4000rpm. (a major win)

all that being said, if you are not in a dagblasted hurry, the i6 will do the work....forever

for modifications, there are not many out there for the EFI to the point of being 'none', and there are few for the carb version. unless you know some real sickos over at fordsix.com....
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Ever wonder why they never put the 300 in cars? ]
I woulda said 'cuz it would have to be one heck of a long nosed car.....
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They sure have/do/will put I-6's in cars! I've owned 2 different BMW's that did and they were fantastically powerful cars. The break-out speed on the freeway was most impressive, and all this on a car that gets high-20's in MPG terms.

A BMW is an awful investment (glad not own them anymore!), but they sure are fun to drive. The I-6 is a very strong motor in any trim.
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I woulda said 'cuz it would have to be one heck of a long nosed car.....
No. Ford used a 250 or 255 (don't remember which) CID I6 in some cars including the fairlane, falcon, maverick and even the good ol mustang.
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On the highway, and city driving...I will definantly give the 302 it's due, and hand the ball over....My truck squeaked in at 16mpg highway...Then again, that was running 70+ mph too.....So not really a precise mpg test.....

Will have to recheck everything at 55mph....

But after a long trip.....I will sadly have to yield to the 302 for the highway, general driving tip.....My dads '92 with the 302/5 speed/3.55 gears isn't NEARLY as stressed on the highway as my 300/5speed/3.08 was....

So my consensus is: THe 302 is a better engine to do daily driving, grocery getting, etc. with....But I like the 300 for lugging around an farm work....
I should also qualify my 20-21 MPG's is done by a motor with Mass Air fuel injection. I can see how the older EFI's or the carbureted versions wouldn't do quite as well. I think 94-96 had it. It's a really solid system though, except that the lack of an OBD-II computer means that I have to roll on the dyno with the sniffer for my annual emissions test, but that's not the truck's fault!
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No. Ford used a 250 or 255 (don't remember which) CID I6 in some cars including the fairlane, falcon, maverick and even the good ol mustang.

ford had 170, 200 and 250 inch small block I-6s which were quite smaller and lighter than the 240/300. Sometimes, size does matter.
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ford had 170, 200 and 250 inch small block I-6s which were quite smaller and lighter than the 240/300. Sometimes, size does matter.
Your right. My point was, there were I6s in cars. Period The 250 isn't much smaller than a 300. I'd say there might be problems with engine mount locations and fan clearance trying to fit one in an old car now, (not sure why someone would want to) but Ford could have easily engineered the cars to fit a 300. They just didn't because it was an industrial engine and would have been overkill in a car chassis.

Then again, a turbo'd 300 in a old Maverick body might be the perfect sleeper....
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The 144, 170, 200 and 250 all had the intake manifold cast into the head, with was very limiting to the performance. A turbo could largely overcome that problem.

I don't know what the weight of the 300 vs the 250 is, but I think it is considerable.
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TK-Mine will easily pull 18-19mpg on the highway @ 55.....The 70 mph is where it just can't keep up....
That's still really good for 70 MPH. I have an E40D and 3.08's and get best milage at 55 also but I drive it 70-75 most everywhere. Here on the island there's about 2 places where I could even go that fast but the traffic won't let me! I miss the mainland sometimes! -TK
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The 144, 170, 200 and 250 all had the intake manifold cast into the head, with was very limiting to the performance. A turbo could largely overcome that problem.

I don't know what the weight of the 300 vs the 250 is, but I think it is considerable.

Same block....Different head.....Weight will be very comparable....
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Same block....Different head.....Weight will be very comparable....
nuh uh, he is referring to the 'small block' 6 vs the big one, there are such animals. the 144/170/200/250 had a 4" or less bore spacing and a short deck (7.something inches) while the 240/300 had a 4+" spacing and a 10.1" deck, making it longer, way taller and about 200+lbs heavier.
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