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Old 11-09-2003, 08:59 PM
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Question mainer needs a local shop ???

1978 bronco(old) 351m(tired noisy smoking) np235 np205 open
diffy's no options dark brown metalic dented heavily been off a
bridge by a previous owner but still running
1979 bronco(new un) rebuilt 351m (starts nice and idles nice at
apx 650 with oil pressure at the m on the idiot gage) c6 is shot
and dead, np205 power-loc/trac-loc gt bar map light ac(in the
back in a box but shipped on it) chrome, rear spare mount
body is straight body rear wheel well brows and driver's
floorpan (replaced) rusted previous owner spent at least 3
grand on everything but the body and trans then never ran it
when the inspection sticker ran out

ok am gonna get a wide ratio c6 for the new bronco anybody do these things competively and compitently up here New england

also lookig for a machine shop in maine that knows 335 series motors 302boss/302c aussie/351c/351m/400 and i can trust not to screw things up as i am gonna bore and stroke the old motor to 427ci and i have a set of aussie 302C heads to be cut and finished

i don't wanna find out what i will do if some one screws these thinks up

HELPPPP there must be a few racers/builders up here

thanks
ps the stroked 351m/400 will go with the wide ratio c6 eventully, lol
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Hey man, Call the Napa Machine shop in westbrook, Talk To a Guy Named Napa Bob he will either do it or tell you who to can.
Also I Think Its In NH but Look up R&L Engines For REAL Performance and Vary Professional service!! If Youve Got The$$
Let Me Know How It Works out.
Napa Bob 207-856-6996
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thanks guy does he, that you know of, have exper with the 400 or 351c proformance builds
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Im shure of it! Call em' and talk to him about it, He'll be able to help you, no doubt in my mind let me know how it works out!
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