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from what ive read they were made in th60s and ive only seen one 534 in a 74 F750 i think it was a 750 anyway. I asked about them a while ago from what i understood they were a LARGE FE if im wrong please tell me i had the chance to buy a 477 but ran short of money, I stilll really want one.
That ain't no double pumper on there, that's a single line Holley, probably around 600cfm.
They do favor the FE design though. Especially the heads. Where does the distributor go? behind the turbo charger looking waterpump?
I've never seen any of these dinosours before. It looks really heavy!!!
There are two 534's for sale on EBAy right now.One for $500 running. 534's came with a Holley that was a governed unit with a second set of throttle plates connected to the governor. The Holley was rated at something like 375CFM. I have a Ford 534 Seamaster Marine engine running in a boat. Smooth & dependable but not very exciting, except to know it will still be running for a long, long time.
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